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Maharashtra govt to give Rs 1 lakh to family of slain Manipuri girl


August 19, 2005 00:11 IST

The Maharashtra government has decided to give Rs 1 lakh to the kin of Leisha Choan, the Manipuri girl killed by a youth at the Gateway of India in Mumbai on August 13.

The amount would be sent to the Manipur government, Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh told a delegation led by Manipur Education Minister Francis Gajopa, which met him in Mumbai on Thursday.

The government would also bear the medical expenditure of Nagakuimi, the other Manipuri girl with Choan who was injured in the attack, he said.

 


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Sub: Not satisfied

1 lakh compare to her life that nothing. Maharashtra government should have done some justice.


Posted by pem





Sub: just 1 lac

Guys dont u think the compensation for the manipur girl should be more... 1 lac is just too less


Posted by Bhavin Shah




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