GHMC announces ex-gratia of Rs 6 lakh to kin of 4-yr-old young male mauled by dogs
Hyderabad: Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) on Tuesday announced an ex-gratia of Rs 6 lakh to the kinsfolk of the 4-year-old young male who died in a dog-attack in Amberpet.
City Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi announced the discriminate ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh and also a calendar month honorarium from her salary. And, Deputy Mayor also announced Rs 1 lakh and one-month salary. Moreover, 17 members who participated in the encounter held on Tuesday also announced Rs 7,800 each to be provided to the young male’s kinsfolk.
The City Mayor held a encounter with corporators from dissimilar parties and Deputy Mayor and discussed how to keep from happening dog attack cases in the metropolis. The Mayor said an all-party commission would be formed to come up with strategies to assure such incidents did not recur again. All steps were being taken by the organic structure to check off the domestic dog menace and effectual implementation of animate being birth restraint, sterilisation and vaccination.
In improver to the intermediate between past and future group of ships of 30 vehicles, 20 more vehicles with five outsourced personnel for every conveyance were being deployed. The telephone number of sterilisations would be enhanced from intermediate between past and future 100 to 450. The Mayor instructed the sanitation personnel to assure there were no delays or disregard in headroom of waste. Meanwhile, GHMC Commissioner DS Lokesh Kumar said that the corporators would travel to the 5 Animal Care Centre under the GHMC limits and propose the facilities, nominate doctors in the printed document with spaces in which to write of outsourcing, setting up the Committee on Animal Birth Control-cum-Anti Rabies (ABC-AR) programme.