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The girl injured in the acid attack will be sent by air ambulance to Delhi, treatment is going on in RIMS News JANI

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New Delhi: The Jharkhand government on Tuesday announced to send a girl child injured in an acid attack in Chatra to Delhi by air ambulance for better treatment. Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren’s spokesperson said in a statement that the girl, who was injured in the acid attack in Chatra on August 5, has been ordered to be shifted by air ambulance to Delhi for better treatment following the orders of the Chief Minister. Decision has been taken. He said that the Chief Minister has taken this decision on the basis of the report given by the Medical Board constituted under the leadership of Superintendent of Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS).

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  • 1 lakh assistance amount
  • Section 144 had to be imposed
1 lakh assistance amount

The spokesman said that the process of shifting the girl to Delhi at the earliest has been started by the Deputy Commissioner Ranchi. In this case, the Deputy Commissioner of Chatra, Abu Imran told that an assistance amount of Rs 1 lakh is also being provided to the families of the victim girl. On the other hand, Sandeep Bharti, the accused involved in this heinous incident, was arrested on the day of the incident itself. The girl was attacked on August 5.

Section 144 had to be imposed

The girl child is being treated at RIIMS. Earlier, in Dumka, Jharkhand, a 14-year-old girl of class 12, who was burnt by pouring petrol from the window of her house after she failed in one-sided love by a youth named Shahrukh, died during treatment at RIIMS here on Sunday, after which there was huge tension in Dumka. In view of this, Section 144 had to be imposed there, which is still in force. There has been a lot of criticism of the Jharkhand government in this matter.

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