Delhi building collapse: Nitish extends help to Bihari victims

Nitish Kumar asked the state`s Resident Commissioner and Joint Labour Commissioner in New Delhi to reach medical help to the injured persons from Bihar following the collapse of a four-storey building in the national capital.

Updated: Nov 16, 2010, 18:17 PM IST

Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Tuesday asked the state`s Resident Commissioner and Joint Labour
Commissioner in New Delhi to reach medical help to the injured
persons from Bihar following the collapse of a four-storey
building in the national capital.

"The Chief Minister has asked the RC and JLC to monitor
the situation on the spot and visit the hospitals to reach
all-possible medical help to the injured Biharis admitted
there," an official spokesman said.

Kumar was informed by the officials from New Delhi that
three persons -- two from Saharsa and another from Katihar --
died in the collapse, he said.

The chief minister also asked the authorities to assist
the bereaved families in receiving the compensation, he said.

PTI