On the communal violence in Khargone, the Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh has said that the people injured in the violence will be treated by the government and those who have suffered losses will be compensated by the government. On the Ram Navami violence, the Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh has given a big statement regarding the communal violence in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh. Shivraj has said that the government will provide treatment to those injured in the violence and those who have suffered losses, will also be compensated by the government.
Shivraj said that now there is peace in Khargone. He said, ’10 houses have been completely damaged in the vandalism by the rioters. Those houses will be rebuilt with the help of the government. Apart from this, 70 houses have been partially damaged during the violence, they will also be repaired with the help of the government. Along with this, he said that those injured in the violence will be given free treatment by the government.
Shivraj Singh said that 16 people have completely lost their means of livelihood in the violence in Khargone, we will rebuild their source of livelihood. “The government will now fully compensate for the loss caused to the people and later it will be recovered from the rioters,” he added. He said that he would not leave anyone alone in this hour of crisis. The government stands with them.
Earlier, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra said that the Khargone violence case is being investigated from all angles. Responding to a question related to the funding of organizations like Popular Front of India (PFI) in the case of violence, he said that whether it is Sufa, PFI, or JMB, the cases of connection with all such organizations are the subject of investigation. It is too early to say anything about this.