PHED Minister Jayanta Mallabaruah launched financial assistance for flood victims in Cachar

Jayanta Mallabaruah, PHED Minister, launched financial aid for flood victims in Cachar

Minister Jayanta Mallabaruah spoke out about the devastating floods and destruction at Silchar, a few months ago. Under the capable leadership of Dr Himanta Bisho Sarma, the government tried to offer maximum help to flood-affected residents. Minister said that flood victims who were affected by floods did not receive the necessary compensation and this was a very ineffective step. Nearly 40 crores of dollars was distributed at once to flood-affected Cachar District families whose homes were damaged in one way or another.

As per the relief guidelines, families with houses that were fully damaged got an amount of 95.100. R. was awarded Rs. for 80,796 of the partially damaged homes. 25,422 pucca houses partially damaged by fire and Rs. 5,200 each were received. From 3,800 to 54 374, partially damaged kutcha homes. He also stated that the minister would ensure restoration of infrastructure such as roads and water supply networks, schools, etc. They are continuing to work. Minister Oronodoi Month – The minister said that many women have been able to achieve their economic and nutrition security by using the flagship government scheme, which began in October 2020. The minister explained further that the government would increase monthly assistance by Rs 1000 to Rs 1250. Therefore, it is important for beneficiaries of Orunodoi to conduct a thorough field survey. A press release stated that the door-to-door survey will involve a verification process, which is followed by the exclusion of non-genuine beneficiaries and ineligible beneficiaries from Orunodoi’s beneficiary database.

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