Stuntman`s death: AMR pays Rs 8 lakh to family
Greater Noida: AMR Infrastructure, owner of
the mall from where a bungee jumping trainer fell to death,
today paid Rs 8 lakh relief cheque to the deceased`s parents.
Meanwhile, district authorities have started inquiry into
"AMR Infrastructures expresses profound grief for the
ill-fated and untoward incident, as a responsible organisation
we have taken a corporate social responsibility (CSR)
initiative and are supporting the family of the deceased with
Rs 8 lakhs," the company said in a press statement.
Tourism Worx, the organisation entrusted with adventure
activities, will also contribute financially to support the
family, it said.
The company also released statement of Virendra Kumar
Bisht, brother of the deceased stuntman Shailendra Singh Bisht
in which he stated that his brother was trained man and had 10
years experience in mountaineering.
Yesterday`s incident which proved fatal for him was
accidental mishap associated with such adventures, he said.
Bisht met with gruesome death yesterday when the rope
supporting him snapped near the seventh floor of the Great
Adventure Mall, Noida.
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