अब आप न्यूज्ड हिंदी में पढ़ सकते हैं। यहाँ क्लिक करें
cyfy
Home » Delhi » Delhi Violence: How to help riot victims?

Delhi Violence: How to help riot victims?

Delhi government Govt has even announced that the family of the adult deceased of Delhi Violence will be provided assistance of Rs 10 lakh

By Newsd
Updated on :

The situation seems to be slowly improving after the violence that erupted in the north-eastern district of Delhi on February 25th. There is peace in the area for the last few days and repeated efforts have been made to normalize life. A lot of property loss have been reported in Delhi’s violence.

As of now, a total of 47 people have died in the violence and the figures might increase. Houses and Businesses of hundreds of thousands have suffered during the violence. The newly elected Kejriwal government of Delhi has announced compensation for the families that became the victims of this violence. Many people have also come forward to help the riot victims either privately or through a voluntary organization.

If normal civilians want to help the victims of violence in any way, but they are bereft of any means or medium, then they will be informed about it in here.


How to send money to help Delhi riot victims 2020?

If you want to send financial help for relief and rehabilitation of riot victims, then you can send it directly to the Chief Minister Relief Fund of Delhi. Apart from this, if you want to help with clothes, medicines, food or other necessities, you can send it to the District Collector (DC) office of North East Delhi.

How to send money to the Delhi CM Relief Fund?

Now the question arises how to send money to the Chief Minister Relief Fund of Delhi. We have provided below account details and other information to send money. If you want to send money through check or demand draft then you can send it in the name of LG or CM Relief Fund.

Delhi CM Relief Fund Details:

  • Account No. 91042150000237
  • Bank: Syndicate Bank, Delhi Secretariat Branch
  • IFSC Code: SYNB0009104
  • Cheque/Demand Draft should be in the name of “LG/CM Relief Fund”

 

Where to send relief material?

If you want to send relief material then send it to the following address.

 

Delhi Violence: How to help Delhi riot victims?

Apart from this, if you know someone affected in the riots who needs help, you can tweet on Twitter using the hashtag #DelhiRelief with the name, address and mobile number of the person. Delhi government agencies are monitoring it and will provide immediate assistance to the needy.

12 SDMs are watching relief work for victims in Delhi Violence:

The Delhi government has also published a form for giving compensation. Help can be claimed from the Kejriwal government by filling this form. If a riot-affected person or family is not able to fill this form then you can help him.

Delhi government Govt has even announced that the family of the adult deceased of Delhi Violence will be provided assistance of Rs 10 lakh.

Out of this, one lakh rupees will be given immediately and an amount of 9 lakh rupees will be given after completion of paperwork. It is announced that Rs 5 lakh will be provided to the kin of the deceased minor. If someone is permanently hurt in this violence, he will be given Rs 5 lakh. 2 lakh has been announced for the victim of serious injury.

On the other hand, Rs 20 thousand will be provided to victims suffering minor injuries, Rs 3 lakh will be issued to orphans. A compensation of Rs 5000 will be given for the loss of the animal, 25000 rupees for ordinary rickshaws and 50000 rupees for e-rickshaws.

Arvind Kejriwal has made an announcement of Rs 5 lakh for people with a completely damaged house. Of this, Rs 1 lakh is for tenants (if the tenant lived in that house) while Rs 4,00000 is for the landlord.

According to the government, a compensation of Rs 5 lakh will also be provided to the business establishment. 2.5 lakh rupees will be provided if there is heavy damage to the house in violence, a provision has been made to give Rs 15,000 for minor damage.

 

 

Delhi Government’s relief camps:

Also Read: Delhi Riots: Meet Muslim man who guided group of Hindus to safety

Related

Latests Posts


Editor's Choice


Trending