Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu on Saturday launched the primary instalment of Rs 9.72 crore as particular aid to 324 affected households in Kullu district for building of homes.
The state authorities supplied the help underneath its rehabilitation initiative ‘Punrvaas’ to households whose homes have been utterly broken in rain-related disasters through the June 24 to September 30 interval, a press release issued right here stated.
An quantity of Rs 3 lakh every was launched to the 324 affected households by means of the direct profit switch technique, it stated.
The Himachal authorities has introduced a particular aid package deal of Rs 4,500 crore for folks affected by rain-related disasters through the monsoon season.
He stated over 75,000 stranded vacationers have been evacuated safely through the monsoon season. The state suffered a lack of greater than Rs 12,000 crore and about 16,000 homes have been broken, out of which 13,000 have been utterly destroyed, Sukhu stated.
A 3rd staff of the central authorities has reached the state to take inventory of the harm brought on however until now, no cash has been obtained from the Centre, he stated.
Sukhu stated the state authorities has despatched claims price Rs 12,000 crore to the Union authorities.
With the cooperation of kids, aged, staff and each part of the society, an quantity of greater than Rs 230 crore has been deposited within the catastrophe aid fund, he stated.
Income Minister Jagat Singh Negi stated not a single eligible particular person must be unnoticed of this aid package deal and never a single ineligible particular person must be included. To make sure transparency, the state authorities will type committees on the tehsil stage and conduct social audits, he added.
Accusing the BJP of taking part in politics over the catastrophe, Negi stated Chief of Opposition Jai Ram Thakur met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi however did not deliver even a single penny for the state.
Public Works Minister Vikramaditya Singh stated about 650 kilometres of roads have been being constructed in Kullu district.
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