A high-level committee of the Union House Ministry on Friday permitted Rs 4,381.88 crores for aid and help beneath the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Fund (NDRF) to 6 states after current pure calamities prompted widespread devastation.
As per an announcement, Rs 2,707.77 crores have been permitted for West Bengal and Rs 128.23 crores have been permitted for Odisha for the devastation brought on by cyclone ”Amphan”.
For cyclone ”Nisarga”, Rs 268.59 crores have been permitted for Maharashtra.
For floods and landslides in the course of the South-West monsoon, Rs 577.84 crores have been permitted for Karnataka, Rs 611.61 crores for Madhya Pradesh, and Rs 87.84 crores for Sikkim.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had visited West Bengal and Odisha in Might after cyclone ”Amphan” hit and had sanctioned monetary help of Rs 1,000 crores and Rs 500 crores for quick aid to the respective states.
In accordance with the assertion, Inter-Ministerial Central Groups had been deputed in all six states instantly after the calamities befell.
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