The case is pending in the Supreme Court in connection with the payment of compensation to the family of the deceased by Corona. The case came up for hearing on June 30.
The judge then ordered the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) to issue a code of conduct within six weeks regarding the compensation to be paid to the family of the deceased Thor by Corona.
According to an affidavit filed on behalf of the Union government last Wednesday in the case, the Union government has recommended to the National Disaster Management Authority to pay Rs 50,000 compensation to the families of the victims of the corona.
The compensation will be provided by the states from the state disaster management fund.
When the case came to trial, corona death would be considered only if the death occurred within 30 days of the corona infection. Survivors who have been hospitalized for corona for more than 30 days will be added to the “corona death” list on conditional basis. But the federal government had said it could not provide relief to the families of those who died in the accident and suicide caused by corona damage.
But the judges ruled that the coronary depression was the cause of the patients’ suicide and ordered the federal government to reconsider compensation.
Meanwhile, the federal government filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court yesterday. Of this, Rs 50,000 will be provided from the State Disaster Fund as relief to the families of the victims of the corona. The relief will also be given to the families of those who have committed suicide within 30 days of the corona infection.
The federal government has said that if a person with corona commits suicide within 30 days, it will be counted as corona death.
Judges in the case MR. Shaw, A.S. The session, which included Bopanna, inquired. – PTI