Kerala Promises to Provide Employment and Rs 8 Lakh to The Chopper Crash Victims’ Families

Kerala Promises, On Wednesday, the Kerala government states that the family of Junior Warrant Commander Pradeep would get a job. We will also receive Rs 8 lakh in compensation. He perished in the latest IAF helicopter mishap near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu. The provincial cabinet meeting presided over by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan reviewed Sreelekshmi S academic credentials and assigned her to the Thrissur district.

Although According to the announcement by the Chief Minister’s Office, the Department of Sainik Welfare will be instructed to place as a Class-3 worker in any department based on the academic classification. The state administration has set aside Rs 3 lakh from the Chief Minister’s Distressed Relief Fund (CMDRF). Because of Pradeep’s sick father’s care. At the same time, the household will receive Rs 5 lakh from the Chief Minister’s Sainik Welfare Fund.

Although Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan reviewed Sreelekshmi’s educational qualifications and assigned a job to the Thrissur district presided over the provincial cabinet session. According to the testament by the Chief Minister’s House, the Directorate of Sainik Welfare are under instructions to place her as a Class-3 job in any sector. Locals have praised this step of the Kerela government.

Moreover Pradeep, a Thrissur resident, was under cover on December 11 at his hometown in Ponnukkara village, Thrissur Region. Amid entire army and governmental honors. Total 11 people died in an air force helicopter crash in Tamil Nadu. It included Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and his wife, Madhulika. On the eighth day of December, Group Captain Varun Singh, his survivor, died today at a medical center in Bengaluru. A week after sustaining terrible injuries in the crash. On the CDS’ aircraft, Pradeep worked as a Flight Gunner.

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