Arvind Kejriwal Gives Rs 1 Cr Aid to family of IAF personnel who died in 2019 aircraft crash

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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