Jodhpur cylinder explosion: Rajasthan's chief minister announces a cash reward of Rs. 2 lakh for the deceased's relatives

Four people were killed and over 60 injured in a gas cylinder explosion in a village in Rajasthan . The fire broke out when a marriage procession was about to depart from the house of Sagat Singh .

Jodhpur (Rajasthan) (India), December 9: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot paid tribute to the deaths of people killed in a gas cylinder explosion in a village in the state's Shergarh sub-divisions Bhungra on Thursday evening.According to District Collector Himanshu Gupta, the fire was caused by a cylinder detonating in the house.In Bhungra village, under Jodhpur Shergarh Police Station, four people were killed, and over 60 guests of a wedding party were hospitalized.There have been cases of accidents.

You should also strive to discourage such incidents from happening in the future.Gehlot said that compensation would be given as per the CM Relief Fund's guidelines and that he would give the families of the deceased Rs 2 lakh and Rs 1 lakh to the wounded.Apart from this, he offered Rs 5 lakh to the families of the victims under the Chiranjeevi Insurance Scheme.Expressed with regret, the CM said he had also spoken to gas companies and encouraged them to help the victims.

In all the districts, district collectors have been advised to instruct gas companies not to be uninformed regarding the condition of cylinders.This is a heart wrenching event.Many of them have had up to 90 percent burns.According to Gehlot, all efforts are being made to save them.

A team from Jaipur will be sent to Jodhpur to support with better care, the CM said.I have asked the Collector to take appropriate steps for the care of the wounded.The fire broke out when a marriage procession was about to depart from the house of one Sagat Singh, according to Gehlot at Jodhpur airport.Punj Raj Singh's marriage was the cause.

Pray for the wounded to heal soon.Beniwal said that the government should make arrangements for those who require plastic surgery in another country.He also said he would raise the issue in the Lok Sabha to draw the public's attention to it.

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