Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami visited the State Disaster Control Room at the Secretariat on Tuesday and inquired about the damage caused by rain in the state.

The Chief Minister is taking every moment updates from all the district magistrates since yesterday. The Chief Minister has gone for aerial inspection of the areas affected by excessive rain, will also conduct on-site inspection of the affected areas.

The Chief Minister instructed the officers that the loss of life and property due to excessive rains. The permissible assistance amount should be made available to the affected as per the standards soon. The Chief Minister directed all the district magistrates to assess the damage caused to the farmers due to excessive rains and send a report at the earliest.

The Chief Minister said that three helicopters from the Army are being deployed in the areas affected by excessive rains. He called up the District Magistrates Chamoli and Rudraprayag and directed that special care should be taken for the safety of the stranded passengers on the Yatra routes. The Chief Minister has appealed to the people of the state to be patient. Efforts are being made by the government expeditiously to compensate for the damage caused by excessive rains. All necessary arrangements are being made by the government.

On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary Anand Bardhan, Additional Principal Secretary Abhinav Kumar, Secretary Disaster Management S. a. Murugesan, Additional Chief Executive Officer Mati Riddhim Agarwal were present on the occasion.

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