Subashri's father moves Madras High Court demanding Rs one crore compensation

  • | Thursday | 10th October, 2019

By Express News ServiceCHENNAI: R Ravi, father of 23-year-old techie Subashri, who was run over by a tanker after a banner fell on her two-wheeler at Pallikaranai on September 12, has moved the Madras High Court demanding a compensation of Rs one crore for the death. The Madras High Court, in December 2018, banned erection of banners and hoardings at public places. By an order of September 13, a division bench of the High Court had directed the government to pay an interim compensation of Rs five lakh. Further, on September 24, petitioner sent a representation to government and its connected agencies to pay a compensation of Rs one crore. Meanwhile, he received a demand draft for the interim compensation on September 29, he said.

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