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Amit Shah-drove undeniable level board affirms Rs 3,113 crore for 5 states as calamity help

New Delhi: Amit Shah-drove undeniable level board affirms Rs 3,113 crore for 5 states, An undeniable level advisory group headed by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday affirmed around Rs 3,113 crore to five expresses that confronted cataclysmic events and nuisance assaults in 2020.

The states and association domains that will get the extra focal help from the National Disaster Risk Management Fund (NDRMF) are Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Madhya Pradesh, a home service explanation said.

The board, under the chairmanship of the home priest, has affirmed the extra focal help to the five states and UT, which were influenced by floods, twisters (Nivar and Burevi) and vermin assault during 2020.

Andhra Pradesh will get Rs 280.78 crore and Bihar Rs 1,255.27 crore for floods during the South-West storm.

Tamil Nadu will get Rs 63.14 crore for tornado ‘Nivar’ and Rs 223.77 crore for typhoon ‘Burevi’ – an absolute Rs 286.91 crore

The Union Territory of Puducherry will get Rs 9.91 crore for tornado ‘Nivar’.

Madhya Pradesh will get Rs 1,280.18 crore for the nuisance assault during the Kharif season, the assertion said.

The focal government had deputed Inter-Ministerial Central Teams (MCTs) following the disasters without hanging tight for the receipts of updates from the influenced state governments.

While favoring the extra focal help, the home priest said the association government under the authority of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made plans to help individuals of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Madhya Pradesh who overcame these catastrophic events.

Also, during the monetary year 2020-21, till date the focal government has delivered Rs 19,036.43 crore to 28 states from the State Disaster Risk Management Fund (SDRMF) and Rs 4,409.71 crore to 11 states from NDRMF, the assertion said.

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