In Haryana, life is returning to normal after agitators called off their protests demanding reservation under OBC category. All road and rail routes have been cleared and traffic has been restored. Yesterday, curfew was lifted from most of the places and traders opened their shops. Every precautions is being taken by the administration to maintain peace
Haryana government has asked insurance companies to settle within 15 days the claims of the persons whose insured establishments have been damaged due to arson, loot and vandalism during the recent agitation. This was stated by Additional Chief Secretary, Finance and Planning, Sanjeev Kaushal, at a meeting with representatives of various government insurance companies at Chandigarh

The representatives of insurance companies said that they have already taken up the matter with their headquarters and that efforts would be made to settle the claims at the earliest.
The representatives has asked the owners of insured establishments, including malls, showrooms, medium and small shops, to immediately inform the representative of their insurance company so that a surveyor may be sent to assess the losses. They have been advised not to disturb the scene until the surveyor has conducted the survey and taken photographs of the damage.
The owners should also provide copies of the FIR, policy certificate, accounts bills, bills of sale and purchase, bank statements, stock and other necessary documents to the surveyor.

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