Home Guard's Death: Human Rights group appeals financial help for family
A human rights organization has appealed district administration to give financial aid to the family of Home Guard Arjun Singh Shaktawat who succumbed to his injuries on 20th June. Singh was hospital
A human rights organization has appealed district administration to give financial aid to the family of Home Guard Arjun Singh Shaktawat who succumbed to his injuries on 20th June. Singh was hospitalized and undergoing treatment since 16th May after he got badly injured during duty.
G.N.S Chouhan, Working President of Human Rights Association of India informed that a letter of memorandum is sent to Udaipur’s district collector. Chouhan said, “After battling for 35 days in hospital, Arjun Singh died but now his family is in deep financial problem as he was the only earner.”
“During treatment, the family bore Rs.7.5 Lac. We asked administration of Udaipur to reimburse the expense and grant his family financial aid through Chief Minister Relief Fund.”
47-year-old Arjun Singh became victim of thunderous storm on 16th May when a tree fell on him while he was on duty. Singh received serious head injuries and was in ICU since then.
Many students, social workers and local people came forward to help Arjun Singh. Singh was working in Home Guard from last 25 years.
District Collector Ashutosh Pednekar said that the process for the reimbursement as well as the compensation from the C.M relief fund is going on. The matter was already sent to the superiors for consideration.