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Enhanced compensation for rape victims (5/31/2018) 
State government has decided to enhance the monetary help to rape and atrocities victims. This will be done to fruitfully implement Central Women Victim Compensation Fund in the state. "The fund, which was introduced back in 2016 by the Centre for the benefit of women victims of various crimes, had remained unimplemented in the state during the Manik Sakar led Left Front government."The minister said while formulating a support framework for the victimised women, the government found that the proposal of compensation fund was still pending."Besides, strong administrative mechanisms and tough laws, the state government wanted to implement the compensation project, of which the central government had already contributed Rs 1.15 crore," he said.Providing details, he said, in case of acid attack a woman would be given Rs 3 lakh and in case of rape and sexual assault she would be entitled to Rs 2 lakh as compensation. He said, while the compensation for rape victims had been increased from Rs 50,000 to Rs 2 lakh, in case of the death of the victim a compensation of Rs 2 lakh would be given, which was earlier Rs 1 lakh. Adding further, Nath said a woman would also be compensated under the scheme in case of feticide or if she lost her fertility. Moreover, female victims below 14 years would be compensated 50 per cent more in addition to the compensation money, the minister informed. On other matters have said state government would soon submit a Special Leave Petition (SLP) before the Supreme Court to extend the services of 10,323 government teachers for two more years.
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