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A district court here awarded a compensation of Rs 2.28 lakh to a man for a 2010 accident following which he could not work for 22 months, a senior official said today.
"Additional session judge Shivani Jaiswal awarded a total of Rs 2.28 lakh toward compensation to the victim," Lalit Mudgal, Senior Prosecution Officer, said.
On August 20, 2010, Mahesh Tyagi was headed toward Vijay Nagar, in Ghaziabad, from Noida Sector 41 on his motorcycle when a speeding tempo hit him near Kendriya Vihar here.
Tyagi suffered critical injuries and his motorcycle was badly damaged. He had to undergo treatment for a few months.
He has already spent Rs 2 lakh as medical expenses.
The court awarded him Rs 1.10 lakh toward loss of wages for 22 months, Rs 68,845 toward medical treatment, Rs 50,000 for transport and mental suffering.
Before the accident, he worked as a purchase manager with a Jaipur-based distillerys Noida office at a monthly salary of Rs 10,000.
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