IAF chopper collision: Haryana govt authorizes Rs 50 lakh ex gratia for Brigadier Lidder’s family members
Haryana Chief Preacher Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday said his government has actually approved the repayment of monetary aid of Rs 50 lakh to the household of Brigadier L S Lidder, that shed his life in the IAF chopper accident in Tamil Nadu.Apart from this,
he said, one reliant from Lidder’s household will likewise be offered a federal government job, according to an official declaration.
“The untimely demise of Brigadier Lidder is an incurable loss to his household as well as the country,” Khattar said.READ: CDS Gen Rawat‘s chopper crash: Tri-Services probe eliminate sabotage|Below’s what record states”Under the ex-gratia policy of Sainik as well as Ardh Sainik Bal, there is a stipulation to supply financial help along with government jobs to the dependents of martyr households,” he said.Under this policy, considering the death of Brigadier Lidder as a’Provisional Fight Causality’, special economic help and task have actually been introduced, the statement said.Lidder, a local of Panchkula, was amongst the 14 individuals, consisting of Principal of Defence
Staff(CDS )General Bipin Rawat as well as his wife Madhulika, killed in the Indian Flying force chopper crash near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu on December 8. According to the initial findings submitted by the tri-services court of query, the chopper collision was the result of”access right into clouds”as a result of an unanticipated modification in weather condition that resulted in spatial disorientation of the pilot.A statement by the IAF on Friday said the court of query into the Mi-17 V5 mishap has dismissed mechanical failure, sabotage
or carelessness as the cause.Published at Fri, 14 Jan 2022 13:44:01 -0500