Badly burnt students get CM’s help

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Badly burnt students get CM’s help

Thursday, 12 September 2019 | SR | Bhopal

On the tweet of Atul Patidar, a student of Holkar Science College, Indore, Chief Minister Kamal Nath immediately sanctioned financial assistance for a boy and a girl student, who were burnt in a fire incident.

The Student Patidar had informed the Chief Minister by tweet that two of his classmates, Ankita Mehra and Rahul Raj Mehra were badly burnt in the fire incident at Rudraksha apartment. Both of them are undergoing treatment at Anand Hospital in Indore. In his tweet, the student stressing on need for financial help, urged the Chief Minister to help in the treatment.

In response to the student's tweet, Chief Minister Kamal Nath approved financial assistance of Rs one lakh to Ankita Mehra and Rs 80,000 to Rahul Raj Mehra.           

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