Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday met the family members of the IAF personnel who died in the 2019 aircraft crash and handed over a cheque of Rs 1 crore.
Kejriwal pledged all help to the family and said one of Kumar's sisters has been enrolled in the civil defence and the other will also be provided with a job. ''Loss of life can never be compensated with anything but I hope that the Samman Rashi will provide some aid and strength to the bereaved family.
Sharing details before media persons after meeting Kumar's family, Kejriwal said - ''The Delhi government has already enrolled one sister of the braveheart into Civil Defence and the other will also be provided with a job opportunity. We will do whatever we can to help and stand by the family.''
Kumar is survived by his wife, an infant son and a family of six. His father works as a Security Guard, his mother is a housewife, two brothers work as daily wagers. With grief over the incident, Kejriwal said, ''I condemn the killing and I appeal the government to take steps that are necessary to counter-terrorism and also ensure the safety of our citizens''.
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