Varanasi, April 26 (H.S.). Divyang Shikha Rastogi, resident of Sigra Gulabbagh, has got a relief amount of two lakh rupees from the state government. On Tuesday, District Magistrate Kaushalraj Sharma presented the check issued from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to Shikha in the Rifle Club auditorium located at the district headquarters. During this, Shikha’s father and brother were also present.

After getting the help from the state government, Shikha also thanked the government and administrative officers. Divyang Shikha and her family had earlier met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow. During this, Shikha had appealed to the Chief Minister for help. The Chief Minister took Shikha’s point seriously and assured all possible help. After this, on his instructions, Shikha got a check of two lakh rupees. Shikha and her family are confident that soon a shop will also be allotted to them in Kashi Vishwanath Dham. Shikha says that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had given assurance of allotting a shop in Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham for the sake of livelihood. Chief Executive Officer of Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Administration Dr. Secretary Sunil Verma also indicated that process is going on for allotment of shop to Shikha Rastogi. According to the rules, the process of allotment will be followed under whatever situation arises. It may be mentioned that Shikha Rastogi has also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Its video also went viral on social media in the past.