Congress offers Rs 2L insurance coverage cheques to departed participants’ households
Hyderabad: Former minister Mohammed Ali Shabbir dispersed cheques of Rs 2 lakh each amongst the households of Congress event participants that shed their lives in road mishaps. The cheques were dispersed as component of the Rajiv Gandhi Accidental Insurance Scheme which offers insurance coverage of Rs 2 lakh to Congress employees in instance of unintentional fatality.
Cheques were dispersed to the households of Yagiri Reddy of Malkapur town in Bibipet Mandal, Talari Sailu of Yellareddy town in Sadashivnagar Mandal as well as Jadhav Rajender of Madnoor town in Jukkal Mandal of Kamareddy area. Those Congress employees had actually shed their lives in various road mishaps in the Kamareddy area just recently. On details, Shabbir Ali collected their information as well as refined their insurance coverage cases.
The cheques were dispersed at a feature held at Gandhi Bhavan on Wednesday as well as participated in by AICC Telangana Incharge Manickam Tagore, TPCC President A Revanth Reddy, AICC Secretaries Rohit Chaudhary as well as Nadeem Javeed as well as others.
Speaking on the celebration, Shabbir Ali revealed deep discomfort over the fatality of 3 Congress participants in the Kamareddy constituency. He claimed that the Congress event owes its presence as well as toughness to its employees that function extremely hard.
For the very same factor, he claimed it was chosen throughout the Digital Membership drive to supply unintentional insurance coverage of Rs 2 lakh each to all the participants. He claimed the insurance coverage quantity would certainly aid the households in their hard times as they had actually shed their bread income earners.
Former priests Dr J Geetha Reddy as well as Sudarshan Reddy, Kamareddy constituency accountable Gangaram, Vaddepalli Subhash Reddy, Kasula Balraj, DCC President Kailsa Srinivas, SC Cell President Bhagaiah, Sutari Ramesh, Bhuma Goud as well as others took part in the program.