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Rs. 17 Crore distributed among 2014-flood victims at Baramulla

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Baramulla , 15 Mar 2016

District Development Commissioner, Baramulla, Yasha Mudgal today distributed relief cheques amounting to Rs. 30.3 lakh among traders, who affected by 2014-floods. The cheques were distributed among 71 traders whose business turnover is between 5-10 lakh rupees. The amount of relief provided to traders was in accordance with the assessment of losses.Meanwhile, the DDC also informed that under Prime Minister’s Development programme, relief has also been distributed directly into the Bank accounts of 2014-flood affected families. As such, 17 Crore were distributed today among 1249 families, whose residential houses were damaged during the 2014-floods. For fully damaged Pucca houses, an amount of Rs. 2.5 lakh was disbursed directly in the Bank account of each victim. Moreover, for fully damaged Kaccha houses, Rs. 1 lakh was provided to each victim and for severely damaged Pucca houses, Rs. 1.25 lakh was provided to each victim.It was also mentioned that the amount provided to the victims is in addition to the amount already provided under SDRF and NDMA to the 2014-Flood affected people in the district.Additional Deputy Commissioner, Bashir Ahmad Khan, Assistant Commissioner Revenue and other officers were also present during the function.

 

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