All 293 damaged houses to be rebuilt by state: Jagan visits flood-hit Kadapa

The Chief Minister also visited Anamaya Reservoir and assessed the losses. Officials are enumerating the losses faced by the farmers. A social audit is also underway at the Grama Sachivalayam.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  3 Dec 2021 2:08 AM GMT
All 293 damaged houses to be rebuilt by state: Jagan visits flood-hit Kadapa

Vijayawada: Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Thursday said all the 293 houses damaged in the flood will be rebuilt by the state.

Jagan was addressing people in the flood-hit Kadapa district. The Chief Minister listened to the grievances of the people affected by the flood.

He appreciated collectors and other officials for effectively handling a crisis in the last 13 days. Six deputy collectors have been instructed to stay stationed at different villages. They have been asked to review the situation every Tuesday and Friday.

Addressing people at Pulapthuru village, he asked them to avail assistance from the Grama Sachivalayam. He said if the victims have missed out on any of the flood relief assistance given by the state government, they can lodge complaints at the Sachivalayam as well.

The Chief Minister assured the victims that they will be compensated for their losses. "293 houses have been destroyed. We will rebuild houses that have been destroyed," he said.

The Chief Minister also visited Anamaya Reservoir and assessed the losses. Officials are enumerating the losses faced by the farmers. A social audit is also underway at the Grama Sachivalayam.

The Chief Minister announced that each farmer will be compensated. "For every hectare, the farmer will be entitled to receive Rs 12,500. The corresponding list shall be displayed in the Grama Sachivalayams. For the farmers who have registered under E-crop, all the benefits will be extended to them and they will be compensated as well," he said.

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