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GEHLOT ANNOUNCES RELIEF PACKAGE OF RS 5 LAKH EACH FOR KIN OF JUNAID, NASIR
Bharatpur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday announced a relief package of Rs 5 lakh each for families of Junaid and Nasir, whose charred bodies were found in Haryana’s Bhiwani district after they were abducted from Bharatpur.
“The state govt will provide Rs 5 lakh compensation each to the wives and children of both the deceased. An amount of `1 lakh each will be provided as cash whereas a fixed deposit of Rs 4 lakh each will be done so that dependent families do not face any problem in education, marriage of kids,” he told reporters.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was accompanied by Tourism Minister Vishvendra Singh, Minister of State for Education and local MLA Zahida Khan, Congress state unit chief Govind Singh Dotasra, Chief Secretary Usha Sharma and DGP Umesh Mishra.
Nasir (25) and Junaid alias Juna (35), both residents of Ghatmeeka village in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan, were allegedly abducted by cow vigilantes on February 15 and their bodies were found inside a burnt car in Loharu in Bhiwani in Haryana on the morning of February 16.
Nasir is survived by his wife, while Junaid is survived by his wife, six children and a mentally challenged brother.
He said his government is committed to arresting the accused at the earliest and submit the chargesheet. Such a crime deserves nothing less than death penalty, he said.
A total of nine accused have been named in the case so far.