Una, Diu, Jafrabad and Bhavnagar in Mahuva have been devastated by the Tau-te hurricane in the state. The hurricane killed 45 people and left many homeless. This was followed by a high-level meeting of the core committee chaired by Chief Minister Rupani to discuss the situation arising out of the Tau-te hurricane. The Chief Minister then announced that Rs 4 lakh would be provided by the Gujarat Government to the heirs of those who died due to this hurricane.
[Cyclone Tauktae] PM Modi announces Rs 1,000 cr for Gujarat; Rs 2 Lakh to kin of deceased.
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The Chief Minister said that this assistance would be provided in addition to the assistance of Rs 2 lakh announced by the Government of India. Thus, a total of Rs 6 lakh will be provided to the heirs of those who died in the hurricane in the state.
A total of Rs 1 lakh will be provided to the injured.
addition, the state government will provide Rs 50,000 to those injured in the Tau-te hurricane. This assistance will also be provided by the state government in addition to the assistance announced by the Prime Minister, i.e. a total assistance of Rs 1 lakh will be provided to those injured in the hurricane.
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PM thanks CM for Rs 1,000 crore help: CM
as well as Chief Minister Rupani welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of Rs 1,000 crore for immediate relief in the aftermath of the hurricane disaster in Gujarat and thanked the PM and the Government of India. The Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been standing by Gujarat’s calamities by providing generous assistance whenever the need arose in Gujarat, including this calamity.
Chief Minister Rupani has expressed confidence that the assistance rendered by the Prime Minister to Gujarat will be a further relief even in the aftermath of this hurricane.
Urgency to rehabilitate the affected areas
high level meeting of the core committee chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani discussed in detail the situation arising out of the Tau-te hurricane in the state and directed the secretaries of departments including road building energy to rehabilitate the affected areas. The meeting was also attended by Minister of State for Home Pradipsinh Jadeja, Chief Secretary Anil Mookim, Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister K Kailasanathan, Additional Chief Secretary to Revenue Pankaj Kumar, Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister MK Das and Principal Secretary for Health Dr Jayanti Ravi and senior secretaries.
More steps needed to stop Corona: PM
Apart from this, PM Modi also discussed in depth the current situation in Corona. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister was apprised of the steps taken by the state administration. However, PM Modi advised to take further steps to prevent the transition.
Top officials of Gujarat joined the review meeting
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Ahmedabad after conducting an aerial inspection of the areas affected by the Tai Te hurricane in Gujarat and gave a detailed review of the situation and details of the situation at a high-level meeting. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Chief Secretary Anil Mukim, Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister Kailasanathan, Additional Chief Secretary to Revenue Pankaj Kumar, Principal Secretary for Health Dr. Jayanti Ravi and Relief Commissioner Harshad Patel and Science and Technology Secretary Harit Shukla were present. Seat. Was.
Aerial inspection of Una, Jafrabad and Mahuva
The Prime Minister conducted aerial inspections in Una (Gir-Somnath), Jafrabad (Amreli), Mahuva (Bhavnagar) and Diu to assess the damage caused by the hurricane. After this meeting, he immediately handed over Rs. 1000 crore assistance was announced.
The Center will send teams to the affected states
The central government will then send a team of ministers to each of the hurricane-hit states. This team will get the crown of loss. On the basis of which more assistance will be provided.
The central government is with the state government in difficult times: PM
Assuring the people of Gujarat, PM Modi said that the Center was with the state government in these difficult times. As well as whatever help is needed in the affected areas will be provided. This includes everything from repairing houses to building houses.