ITANAGAR : The State Government has announced Ex-gratia of Rs 20 lakhs for diseased families with government job and Rs 10 lakhs for seriously injured person in the recent protest against government's consideration to give PRC to 6 communities. Three protesters were killed in police firing and fine others injured in the recent orgy of violence in the state capital.
Answering to questions by media, Chief Minister Pema Khandu, said that the government is setting up a committee to assess the damage done by the protesters.
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