On the instructions of CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, the assistance amount to the disaster affected was increased. Amount of assistance increased in various items.

Instructions for formation of high power committee for monitoring of reconstruction and relief works.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has given instructions to increase the assistance being given to the disaster affected under various heads. He said that if it is not possible in the standards of disaster, additional amount should be arranged from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. The Chief Minister directed to form a high power committee for monitoring the reconstruction and relief works. The Chief Minister said that possible assistance should be given to the disaster affected. People should not have to worry unnecessarily in getting the assistance amount. All possible help should be ensured to the needy. The Chief Minister was reviewing the disaster relief work with the high officials in the Secretariat.

On the instructions of the Chief Minister, it was decided that the no-nonsense assistance given to the affected families for clothes, utensils and household items has been increased from Rs. 3800 to Rs. 5000. Assistance for completely damaged house, which is being given Rs. 95 thousand per building in plain areas and Rs. 1 lakh 1 thousand 900 per building in hilly areas, has been increased to Rs. 1 lakh 50 thousand per building in both plain and hilly areas. Is. The amount of assistance for partially damaged (pucca) building has been increased from Rs.5200 per building to Rs.7500 per building and for partially damaged (kutcha) building from Rs.3200 per building to Rs.5000 per building. Relief amount for land damage will be admissible at least one thousand rupees. That is, relief amount on land damage, at least one thousand rupees will be given. Damage to the front or back courtyard and wall will also be taken as partial damage. Earlier help was not given on this. The residential colonies in which electricity bills were fixed outside have been damaged in the natural calamity that occurred on October 18 and 19, the Energy Department will replace these faulty electricity meters free of cost.

The payment of excess amount allowed by the State Disaster Response Fund norms will be borne from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. Similarly, in cases of damaged buildings, if the building is outside the purview of SDRF norms, then assistance in such cases will be provided from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

5 thousand rupees will be given to small traders outside the purview of GST in case of loss due to water-logging etc.
If the assistance is not covered in the standards of SDRF, the assistance will be provided from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

The Chief Minister said that the roads of the state have to be made pothole-free by November 7. He directed both the Divisional Commissioners to continuously monitor it.

Chief Secretary Dr SS Sandhu, Additional Chief Secretary Mati Manisha Panwar, Anand Bardhan, Additional Principal Secretary Abhinav Kumar, Secretary Amit Negi, R Meenakshi Sundaram, Shailesh Bagoli, S A Murugeshan, Dr B VRC Purushottam, Commissioner Garhwal Ravinath Raman , Commissioner Kumaon Sushil Kumar and other officers were present.

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