While briefing a Press Conference, Deputy Commissioner Anantnag, Mr. Muneer-ul-Islam today said that Rs 49 Crores have been disbursed among flood affected victims, whose residential houses were damaged during September, 2014 floods. This is the third instalment of the ex-gratia relief, previously being SDRF and PMNRF. The amount of ex-gratia has been disbursed out of Special Assistance of Central Plan under Prime Minister's Development Plan, 2015. It was informed that a total number of 14523 have affected during September 2014 floods. The ex-gratia is released in favour of the beneficiaries who have already received the relief under SDRF and PMNRF.In order to ensure that the relief is disbursed in a transparent and hassle free manner, the relief amount is being credited directly into the accounts of the beneficiaries which they have already provided to the district administration.In total, a fully damaged pucca house owner has received a relief of Rs. 4.25 lacs, a fully damaged kacha house owner received Rs 167600, a severely damaged pucca house Rs 187600, a severely damaged kacha house Rs. 63800, a partially damaged pucca house Rs 48800 and a partially damaged kacha house Rs 17300.A demand of Rs 52 Crores has been projected to the government to cover the hitherto families which have not received any ex-gratia. A balance amount of ex-gratia relief in respect of business establishments has not been disbursed yet because there are cases of duplication which need a revisit. In this regard, DDC sought the cooperation of the traders.