MLA consoles families of COVID dead in Krishnaraja Assembly Constituency

MLA consoles families of COVID dead in Krishnaraja Assembly Constituency

June 9, 2021

Launches distribution of Death Certificates, benefits under Govt. Schemes

Mysore/Mysuru: Krishnaraja MLA S.A. Ramdas has launched a campaign of visiting houses of the Covid dead and handing over Death Certificates to their family members in his Constituency here yesterday. 

Consoling the aggrieved family members, the MLA also launched the distribution of benefits under various Union and State Governments and the MCC.

Speaking on the occasion, Ramdas said that he has visited areas such as J.C. Nagar, Ramanuja Road, Bestharageri, Kanakagiri, Jayanagar, Chennagiri Koppal etc., coming under K.R. Constituency  and consoled the bereaved families.

Ramdas said the Covid-19 pandemic has devastated the entire world and claimed lives of lakhs of people since March 2020. Several families have lost breadwinners. Any amount of consolation will not remove uncertainty in families, he observed. 

Pointing out that the families of the COVID dead will be given benefits under various Government Schemes, he said that the Government’s social security pension scheme is one among them.

Noting that a list of COVID dead in the Constituency is being prepared, he said that the issuance of Death Certificates is being done as a first step in this regard.

Highlighting the benefits that the bereaved families would get, Ramdas said that Corporators and BJP workers  too would  visit homes and extend whatever help they can.

Corporators B.V. Manjunath, Chayadevi and Geethashri Yoganand, BJP leaders M.R. Balakrishna, Yoganand, Harish, Naveen, Santosh, Venkatesh, Guru, Purushotham and others accompanied the MLA.


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