102 claims related to calamity settled by New India Insurance
Dehradun New India Insurance Company has so far settled 102 claims out of a total of 217 related to Uttarakhand calamity by disbursing Rs 2.90 crore to beneficiaries.
102 insurance claims related to loss of houses, business establishments, cattle and vehicles worth Rs 2.90 crore were settled by the company, its Regional Manager Chandrashekhar Dimri today said.
Dimri, who held a meeting with Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna, said 217 insurance claims were received by the company out of which 140 fell within the purview of the company`s regional office.
He handed over a cheque of Rs 1 crore on behalf of the company to the Chief Minister for relief and rehabilitation measures in Uttarakhand, which suffered heavy loss life and property in rains and landslides in June.
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