Kerala Government today decided to give Rs two lakh solatium each to next of kin of four persons who died standing in queues in front of banks and ATMs in the wake of demonetisation by the central government. The decision in this regard was taken at the Cabinet meetng chaired by Chief Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan. The four persons-- C Chandrasekharan (68) from Kollam, Karthikeyan (75) from Alapuzha, P P Pareed from Tirur in Malappuram and K K Unni (48) Kannur had stood in front of banks and ATMs to exchange the banned Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes when they lost their lives.
Ker Govt to give Rs 2 l each to families of 4 persons
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