Many people have lost their loved ones due to riots in Delhi, many people have become homeless. One of them is Border Security Force (BSF) jawan Mohammad Anees. Mohammed Anees’ house was burnt by rioters in Delhi. Now BSF has come forward to help him. On Monday, BSF jawan Mohammad Anees has been given financial assistance of Rs 10 lakh.
Border Security Force (BSF) constable Mohammad Anees, whose house was set on fire during #DelhiViolence, was presented a cheque of Rs. 10 lakhs by Inspector General of BSF DK Upadhyay today for immediate aid. BSF is also conducting repair work of his burnt house. pic.twitter.com/9dmHk9RVak— ANI (@ANI) March 2, 2020
For immediate help, BSF jawan Mohammad Anees has been given a cheque of Rs 10 lakh at the BSF headquarters today. BSF IG DK Upadhyay gave this financial support to Mohammed Anees. Along with this, BSF has also taken the responsibility of repairing Mohammad Anees’ house and the process has already started. Earlier, BSF jawans had also given relief material to Anees’s family.
Mohammad Anees joined to BSF in 2013. Anees was going to get married in the month of April, due to which his mother, brother and sister went to Bihar. Due to fire in the house, all the goods and ornaments were burnt down. After getting the information of this incident, the BSF officer reached the spot and spoke to Anees’s father.