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SBI Life settles claim for martyred Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan in 48 hours

The valiant, 26 year old, Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar of the Indian Navy, died while serving on board INS Sindhuratna submarine

March 31, 2014 11:58 IST | India Infoline News Service
SBI Life Insurance said that it has completed the claim settlement of martyred Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar in just 48 hours.

The claim settlement cheque amounting to Rs. 20.91 lacs was handed over by Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman, SBI Group to Navin Kumar, father of late Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar at the Jamshedpur branch.

SBI Life Insurance, MD & CEO, Atanu Sen said, "We salute the supreme sacrifice of Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar and have done our little bit to comfort the family of the departed soul. We are proud of the valiant youth of our country who place their trust in us to protect their loved ones from their liabilities in case of any unanticipated eventualities of life. We will continue to serve them through our customer centric approach."

The valiant, 26 year old, Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar of the Indian Navy, died while serving on board INS Sindhuratna submarine on 26th February 2014. He had availed the SBI Life - RiNn Raksha Plan which covered his housing loan in case of any unanticipated eventualities. In the event of his unfortunate demise, SBI Life Insurance proactively approached the deceased’s' loved ones, completed all the formalities and settled the claim promptly within 48 hours, thereby rendering his loved ones debt free.

SBI Life has honoured it's commitment to protect the loved ones of its customers in the same way that Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar honoured his commitment towards the nation.

The 26-year old naval engineer had joined the Indian Navy as a direct technical entrant after finishing his high school from Army Public School, Bareilly. He had undergone training in electronics engineering in Goa and Lonavala, Maharastra before being commissioned in the Indian Navy in January 2009. He had been recently promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander on 15th February 2014.

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