CM Jagan announced Rs. 1 Crore for the diseased in the Vizag Gas leak incident.

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CM Jagan announced Rs. 1 Crore for the diseased in the Vizag Gas leak incident.

CM Jagan announced Rs. 1 Crore for the diseased in the Vizag Gas leak incident.

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CM Jagan announced Rs. 1 Crore for the diseased in the Vizag gas leak incident. Never Heard of Such Huge Compensation or relief in the Indian History ( Tragedy), To the Dead 1 cr, critically hospitalised25 lakhs, 10 lacks to those under treatment, 1 lakh those there in hospital for a day, Rs 25000 to those came to the hospital and for the discharged Rs 10000 to 150000. 

This is an uncommon and unheard compensation in the history of India. Never ever been anything like this. Is it the LG Polymer paying to cover up the issue with the support of the minister, or is it some act to seek attention? Why does the minister not speak of the lapses of the plant or its management or are is it an attempt to cover up the incident?

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has announced Rs one crore each as compensation to the families of those who died because of exposure to a toxic gas that leaked overnight at a chemical plant in Vishakhapatnam on Thursday.

Mr Reddy has also announced Rs 10 lakh for those on ventilator support after exposure, and Rs 25,000 for those who were treated as out-patients after developing health complications. Those admitted to hospitals will get Rs one lakh each, he said.

At least 11 people have been killed and 1,000 sick after styrene gas, which can affect nerves and damage kidneys if inhaled, leaked on Thursday morning from the tanks of a company, LG Polymers, which had been shut because of the nationwide coronavirus lockdown. As the state government eased lockdown restrictions, the company began its operation Wednesday midnight, allegedly without taking precautions, causing the leak.

The Andhra government has formed a committee to probe the gas leak. It will also give recommendations to the state government regarding prevention of such incidents.

News Source: Great Andhra

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