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Wednesday, 19 May 2021

PM announces immediate assistance of Rs.1000 crore to Gujarat, Rs.2 lakh to the families of the deceased and Rs.50,000 to the injured

 

PM announces immediate assistance of Rs.1000 crore to Gujarat, Rs.2 lakh to the families of the deceased and Rs.50,000 to the injured

  • Rs 2 lakh for those killed in hurricanes in the country and Rs 50,000 for those injured
  • The districts from Saurashtra to South Gujarat have received 5 inches of rain in 8 hours
  • Normal to heavy rainfall was recorded in 176 talukas of 23 districts of the state due to Tau-te hurricane

PM Modi was on a one-day aerial visit to Gujarat when the state was devastated by Tau-te hurricane. He boarded a helicopter from Bhavnagar to inspect the situation after the hurricane. After 1 hour and 50 minutes of aerial observation, a review meeting was held in Ahmedabad with Prime Minister Vijay Rupani and senior secretaries of state. The meeting was attended by Chief Minister's Chief Secretary K. Kailasanathan, Chief Secretary Anil Mukim, Front Health Secretary Jayanti Ravi joined the meeting.

The PM immediately announced Rs 1,000 crore assistance after the meeting

After this review meeting, PM Modi has announced immediate assistance of Rs 1000 crore to Gujarat against the loss of crores caused by the hurricane. In addition, Rs 2 lakh has been announced for those who died during the hurricane across the country and Rs 50,000 for the injured.

Aerial inspection of Una, Jafrabad and Mahuva

The PM conducted aerial inspections in Una (Gir-Somnath), Jafrabad (Amreli), Mahuva (Bhavnagar) and Diu to assess the damage caused by the hurricane. After this meeting, it announced immediate assistance of Rs.1000 crore to Gujarat.

The Center will send teams to the affected states
The central government will then send a team of ministers to each of the hurricane-affected states. This team will get the crown of loss. Based on which more help will be given.

The central government is with the state government in difficult times: PM
Assuring the people of Gujarat, PM Modi said that the Central Government is 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 new ones.

More steps needed to prevent corona: PM

Apart from this, PM Modi also discussed in depth the current situation in Corona. Meanwhile, the PM was apprised of the steps taken by the state administration. However, PM Modi advised to take further steps to prevent the transition.


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Top Gujarat officials joined the review meeting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Ahmedabad after conducting an aerial inspection of the areas affected by the Tau Te hurricane in Gujarat and gave a comprehensive review of the situation and details of the situation in a high level meeting. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Chief Secretary Anil Mukim, Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister Kailasanathan, Additional Chief Secretary to the Revenue Pankaj Kumar, Principal Secretary to Health Dr. Jayanti Ravi and Relief Commissioner Harshad Patel and Science and Technology Secretary Harit Shukla were present at the meeting. Was.

The Prime Minister held a review meeting with Chief Minister Vijay Rupani as well as senior secretaries of state.
Staff corona including Gujsel were tested at Ahmedabad airport. The Prime Minister arrived at the Ahmedabad airport after inspecting the affected areas. PM Modi held a meeting with top officials, including the CM, at the Ahmedabad airport.

Corona testing was conducted at the Ahmedabad airport by staff including Gujsel in view of the growing case of Corona. Of these, 106 people were tested, although all reported negative. Tight security has been put in place around Gujsel.

PM Modi announced immediate assistance of Rs.1000 crore to Gujarat.

Rainfall from Saurashtra to South Gujarat
It has wreaked havoc in many places after the devastating 'Tau-Te' hurricane hit the coast of Saurashtra. From Saurashtra to many districts of South Gujarat, 5 inches of rain has fallen in 8 hours. Roads have also been blocked in the event of trees collapsing due to strong winds. Rainfall has been recorded in Bhavnagar, Valsad, Surat, Amreli, Bharuch, Anand, Ahmedabad and other districts in the state.
Immediate assistance of Rs.1000 crore to Gujarat against the loss of crores caused by the hurricane.
Rainfall was recorded in 176 talukas of the state
According to the State Emergency Operations Center, Gandhinagar, 176 talukas in 23 districts of the state received heavy to moderate rainfall from 6 am to 2 pm today, including 5 inches in Bhavnagar taluka, 4.8 inches in Umargam, 4.5 inches in Olpad and 4 inches in Rajula. Botad and Surat received 3.7 inches of rain. Ahmedabad received 3 inches, Sinhor 3.6 inches, Hansot, Palitana, Pardi and Vallabhipur 2.9 inches, Umrala 2.7 inches and Vapi 2.5 inches.

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