Hyderabad, Oct.10 (Hydnow): Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today expressed shock at the tragic incident of five deaths in a family after a house wall collapse at Kothapally village in Gadwal district. He stated that the government would offer Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia to each deceased.
The incident took place after the heavy rains as five persons of a same family including three children died and two others injured.
Knowing of the tragic incident claiming five lives, the chief minister expressed concern. He called up Agriculture Minister S Niranjan Reddy and inquired about the incident.
KCR directed the Minister said officials concerned to immediately act and help the family members.
The chief minister said that the injured be given immediate treatment.
KCR further directed the officials concerned to provide Rs 5 lakh to each deceased of the incident. The Government would help the victims’ of the wall collapse, he assured. KCR instructed that the kin of the incident get immediate assistance.
The CM also urged the people living in old houses to be careful as the rains will cause damage.
He instructed the officials concerned in the districts to take steps to shift people to safe places to avoid such incidents.
Niranjan Reddy said that the incident took place due to wall collapse followed by rains. The government would help the family members. He said that as directed by the chief minister, each deceased will get Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia.
We asked the district officials to help them and provide treatment for the injured, he added. (Hydnow)
The Hyderabad Central Crime Station (CCS) police on Tuesday sixteenth person in connection with misappropriation of fixed deposits of Telugu Akademi.
President Ram Nath Kovind will attend the centenary celebrations of the Bihar Assembly and address the members of the state legislature on Thursday.
Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu today emphasized the role of effective communication in good governance and called upon the public communicators to empower people through timely information on government’s policies and initiatives in local languages.
State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar today demanded the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to resign from his post for cheating the Dalits of Telangana.
BJP Leader Etela Rajender today slammed rival ruling TRS party leaders and said that the ruling Party leaders were indulging in cheap politics by blaming him for the suspension of the implementation of Dalitha Bandhu scheme.