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Supreme Court hearing matter pertains to the plea seeking ex-gratia monetary compensation

By LawStreet News Network      15 December, 2021 03:45 PM      0 Comments
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Supreme Court hearing  matter pertains to the plea seeking ex-gratia monetary compensation of Rs. 4 lacs or notified ex-gratia monetary compensation to the families of deceased who have succumbed to the pandemic of COVID-19 in view of  Section 12 of The Disaster Management Act.

Justice MR Shah: As a welfare state your goal should be to give the benefit to the person who is eligible. When we see so many people got the benefit because of this order, we sleep with satisfaction

Counsel for State of UP: Milords we have received 22911 registrations with State of UP applications were 25993 our of which 20k odd people have been paid.

Justice Shah: We want the particulars.

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