Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday announced Rs 1-crore assistance to the family of Air Force personnel Rajesh Kumar who lost his life in the AN-32 crash recently.
Kejriwal also met Kumar's family here and assured that a job would be given to the family member of the deceased.
Thirteen IAF personnel were killed when the AN-32 aircraft, which had taken off from the Johrat Air Force station in Assam for Mechuka along Indo-China border, crashed on June 3.
Mortal remains of the 12 other IAF personnel were flown to Delhi.
"Delhi CM @ArvindKejriwal paid visit and offered his condolences to the family of Late Rajesh Kumar, who recently lost his life in AN-32 crash. Chief Minister announced to give Rs 1 crore compensation to the family and also a job to kin," the Aam Aadmi Party tweeted.
Delhi had lost two of its brave sons in the unfortunate incident.— Ram / राम 🇮🇳 (@ramkumarjha) June 21, 2019
CM @ArvindKejriwal met family of martyr Rajesh Kumar who was one of the soldiers who lost their life in the AN-32 crash.
Delhi government will give Rs 1 cr and job to one family member of the martyr. pic.twitter.com/dGBWt8Yjz8
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