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Rs. 200 crore set aside for Central Victim Compensation Fund- (Ministry Of Home Affairs) (14 Oct 2015)



Ministry of Home Affairs introduced the Central Victim Compensation Fund to provide support to victims of various attacks, including acid attacks, rape, crimes against human trafficking and more. The Fund, infused with an initial corpus of Rs. 200 crore, aims to quell disparities that exist between funds of different States and Union Territories.


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