Mahathug Sukesh Chandrasekhar has expressed his desire to help the children of those killed in the train accident in Odisha.
Gangster Sukesh Chandrasekhar, lodged in Delhi’s Mandoli Jail in a money laundering case of Rs 200 crore, has offered financial help to the families of the victims of the Odisha train accident. Sukesh has offered to donate Rs 10 crore for the families of the victims. In a letter written to Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, Chandrashekhar has sought permission to donate. It has been written in the letter that this contribution is from my legitimate source of earning. Along with the demand draft of ten crore rupees, return filing and other documents will also be given.
‘The train accident left me completely broken’
In the letter released through his lawyer, Sukesh has written that it is an unfortunate accident which has completely shaken me. He has offered to help the victims of the accident. Chandrasekhar has expressed his wish by writing a letter to Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav. He has told the Railway Minister that he wants to donate Rs 10 crore. Sukesh Chandrasekhar is currently lodged in Delhi’s Mandoli Jail. A money laundering case of Rs 200 crore is going on against him.
She said, as our government is already providing all necessary things to the affected, I as a responsible and good citizen, especially the families who have lost their earning loved ones/children, our future youth I am contributing Rs 10 crore to be used for education. This contribution should be exclusively used for the education of the children of the deceased family, be it school, high school or college education. The name of the concerned department and other information has been sought from that Railway Minister for making a demand draft so that help can be made by making the draft as soon as possible.
288 people died in the train accident
Let us tell you that on June 2, the Coromandel Express met with an accident in Balasore, Odisha, in which 288 passengers lost their lives and more than 1100 people were injured.