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With many yet to apply for ex gratia, SC says create portal to make process easier

IndiaTimes Monday, 29 November 2021
As many people who lost their dear ones to Covid-19 have not filed an application for compensation, the Supreme Court on Monday said that online portals should be created by all states so that people can apply online and upload documents instead of going to the office of collector and district authorities.
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