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Timeline fixed for settling claims under Chandranna Bima
Timeline has been fixed for settlement of claims under Chandranna Bima in the state, said Minister for labour and employment Pithani Satyanarayna.
Kakinada: Timeline has been fixed for settlement of claims under Chandranna Bima in the state, said Minister for labour and employment Pithani Satyanarayna. Addressing the public at Rowthalapudi in East Godavari district on Tuesday, the minister said that timely payment of compensation under Chandranna Bima scheme to the family members of victims is helping them at the time of need.
He said that under this programme, post-mortem reports are issued in 48 hours, forensic reports in five days and payment of Rs 5,000 to the family members within 24 hours in case of accidental death and remaining compensation of Rs 5 lakhs has to be paid in 10 days.
The minister said that under this scheme, the beneficiary has to pay Rs 15 per annum as an administrative charge and the government would pay Rs 366 as the premium to each individual for the coverage of insurance scheme.
Coordinated efforts of the revenue, police and medical departments were helpful in settlement of these claims, he said. With regard to provision of offices at mandal level, Satyanarayana said that necessary steps would be taken for establishing a police station, junior college and an electrical office at Rowthalapudi mandal head-quarters.
Kakinada MP Thota Narashimham said that Rowthalapudi is a newly formed mandal in the upland area in the district which needs a support for its development. Irrigation works at a cost of Rs 3 crore, road works at a cost of Rs 14 crore were being implemented and MP LADS support was also given for CC roads to this mandal, he said.