Brigadier Lidder’s Household In Haryana To Get Rs 50 Lakh From State


Brigadier Lidder was among the many 14 individuals killed in a army chopper crash on December 8. (File)


Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday stated his authorities has permitted the cost of monetary help of Rs 50 lakh to the household of Brigadier LS Lidder, who misplaced his life within the IAF chopper crash in Tamil Nadu.

Other than this, he stated, one dependent from Brigadier Lidder’s household may also be given a authorities job, in response to an official assertion.

“The premature demise of Brigadier Lidder is an irreparable loss to his household and the nation,” Mr Khattar stated.

“Below the ex-gratia coverage of Sainik and Ardh Sainik Bal, there’s a provision to supply monetary help in addition to authorities jobs to the dependents of martyr households,” he stated.

Below this coverage, contemplating the demise of Brigadier Lidder as a ‘Provisional Battle Causality’, particular monetary help and job have been introduced, the assertion stated.

Brigadier Lidder, a resident of Panchkula, was among the many 14 individuals, together with Chief of Defence Workers (CDS) Basic Bipin Rawat and his spouse Madhulika, killed within the Indian Air Drive chopper crash close to Coonoor in Tamil Nadu on December 8.

In response to the preliminary findings submitted by the tri-services court docket of inquiry, the chopper crash was the results of “entry into clouds” on account of an sudden change in climate that led to spatial disorientation of the pilot.

An announcement by the IAF on Friday stated the court docket of inquiry into the Mi-17 V5 accident has dominated out mechanical failure, sabotage or negligence because the trigger.

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