Center Declares Assam Floods As ‘Serious Natural Calamity’, Himanta Biswa Sarma Said – Center Will Give 90 Percent Of Rehabilitation will give center
The Center has declared this year’s Assam floods as a ‘serious natural calamity’. Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said this here on Saturday. He said that the central government is providing funds to mitigate the hardships being faced by the affected people. He said the Center would bear 90 per cent of the relief and rehabilitation expenses.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah assured help
Addressing a press conference after launching a scheme to provide a one-time payment of Rs 1,000 to students who had lost their textbooks in the deluge, he said Union Home Minister Amit Shah had worked to “reduce people’s hardships and rebuild infrastructure”. whatever is required for ‘.
Flood affected one third of the state’s population
Decision to provide one thousand rupees to students living in relief camps
Ministers and secretaries will be in the ground from 23 to 30 July
In addition, the education department will provide free textbooks to students whose books have been lost in the floods. The state government has also provided a compensation of Rs 4 lakh each to the next of kin of those killed in the floods this year. The ongoing assessment of the damaged houses will continue till July 20. After which verification will be done by the concerned ministers and secretaries who will be on the field from July 20 to 30.