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Martyred soldier’s family rubbishes rumours of rift over money

The circle of relatives of martyred Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan H. Guru here on Saturday rubbished media reports of “variations in their circle of relatives over donation amount.” According to reviews in a few sections of the media, the family had acquired a donation/compensation amount of ₹12 crore to ₹15 crores after the death of Mr. Guru. The soldier, a native of Gudigere Colony close to Kala Muddana Doddi near Maddur, changed into killed in an apprehension assault at Pulwama in Kashmir on February 14.

The media reviews also stated that differences had evolved between Mr. Guru’s mother, Chikkolamma, and his wife, Kalavathi, over sharing the quantity. It was also said that Ms. Chikkolamma desired her daughter-in-law to get married to her younger son H. Anand. Together with a few Janata Dal (Secular) employees, both the girls addressed media persons here and said that there’s no dispute among them. “Some media persons misquoted us, and we’ve got not approached the police,” Ms. Kalavathi said.

Ms. Kalavathi also said that she could determine the future path of motion [of continuing education and joining the State government-offered job] after meeting Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy Bengaluru on Friday. However, the circle of relatives did now not affirm the amount they’ve obtained from the general public and the authority’s companies. But, they showed that they have got obtained some crores of donations so far. JD(S) workers Padmavathi, Shailaja, and others were a gift.

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