Bihar govt to offer Rs 36 lakh along with also a project every day to households of two CRPF jawans killed in militant attack | Patna News


CRPF personnel carry coffins of slain CRPF jawans Lavkush Sharma and Khurshid Khan in Patna airport (ANI)

PATNA: Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday said his government would provide Rs 36 lakh and also a project each to the families of both Bihar-native CRPF employees who were killed in a militant attack in Jammu and Kashmir on August 17.
2 CRPF jawans – Khurshid Khan (38) and Lavkush Sharma (28) – that hailed from Rohtas and Jehanabad districts, respectively, have been murdered in the assault in Baramulla district.
“All the households of Khan and Sharma will get Rs 11 lakh as ex-gratia commission and Rs 25 lakh from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund as the government would like to honor the martyrdom of the 2 soldiers hailing out of our nation,” Nitish said in an announcement issued from the chief minister’s office.
“The state government will also offer job to a individual from every household,” the CM said.
Khan and Sharma were one of the 3 safety employees, who lost their lives at the assault by suspected militants of their Lashkar-e-Taiba on Monday. The next individual who died there was a local policeman.
The figures of both jawans attained Patna airport on Tuesday evening with a particular flight. Afterwards, the entire body of Khan was buried in Bikramganj at Rohtas district. Sharma’s body, on the other hand, was consigned to flames at his native village, Aaira at Jehanabad district.
Khan is survived by his wife and three small daughters. He was the oldest one of the four sisters. Sharma, on the other hand, has left his parents, spouse, a seven-year-old kid along with a three-year-old girl.


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