Delhi Cheif Minister Arvind Kejriwal in news Photo
Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday presented a check for Rs 10 lakh in financial aid to the wife of Amit Singh Damia, a doctor who died on the Covid service earlier this year.
Kejriwal met his wife Manmeet Alang in the old house.
“This is a small gesture of help from our side. We will always stand with the frontline workers. We are proud of Dr Amit Singh's service. We hope this financial aid helps the family of Dr Amit Singh. We will always stand by the family,” the CM said.
Damia's family received support from the Prime Minister's emergency fund, according to a government statement.
Damia was hired as a senior nurse in the anesthesia ward of Swami Vivekananda Hospital.
While on duty, he went into cardiac arrest on May 13 during the second wave of the pandemic. He tries to treat him in a civilian hospital in Haryana.
The statement says he will do his duty and will do so with his full consent, including with pandemic patients.
He was the sole breadwinner in his household. He is adopted by his wife, mother and a child.
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