PubliCity: BBMP yet to compensate family of victim who died three years ago
The family of Fairoz Pasha, a food caterer who died in Malleshwaram after a tree fell on him, was promised a compensation of Rs 1 lakh by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike commissioner. It has been three years and the civic body has failed to provide a rupee
Bengaluru: A 52-year-old man was crushed to death three years ago after a tree fell on him when he was riding his two-wheeler in Malleshwaram area in 2016. On that day, Fairoz Pasha, a food caterer became victim to the apathy of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) who are yet to compensate Fairoz’s family.
The BBMP's failure in identifying dead trees and branches and pruning them has reportedly caused Fairoz's death.
The BBMP commissioner N Manjunath had promised the family of the deceased a compensation of Rs 1 lakh, which has not been given till date.
Fairoz's son, Salman Mohammed said, "I have submitted all necessary documents. It is not just once, but multiple times that I have submitted the documents."
In this video, we speak to BBMP special commissioner, Randeep D, about the issue.