Kerala Govt announces financial help, job to Coonoor victim's wife

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government announced on Wednesday that the wife of Junior Warrant Officer A. Pradip, who was killed along with Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat and 13 others in a chopper crash in Tamil Nadu on December 8, will receive a government job and Rs 8 lakh in financial assistance.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan presided over a weekly cabinet meeting in which this decision was made. K. Rajan, the State Revenue Minister, announced the decision to hire Srilekshmi. After considering her educational qualifications, the nature of the employment would be determined.

"Financial support in the amount of Rs 8 lakhs will be offered, with Rs 3 lakhs going to Pradip's unwell father and Rs 5 lakhs going to Srilekshmi," Rajan stated.

Pradip, 38, began his final journey last Saturday in Sulur, from whence his mortal remains were transported to his home in Thrissur.

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