Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje conveyed that the administration would work towards a lasting solution to undertake floods. Normal life in Jalore, Sirohi, Pali and Barmer districts disrupted due to heavy rains. CM Raje conveyed in Jalore that, there are numerous districts in the state that face flood like circumstances repeatedly.
We will work to find a lasting solution to the difficulty. Raje further added that the administration would find ways to utilize rainwater through building of ponds and water storage techniques to evade flood circumstances in future. The Chief Minister led elevated study of Jalore locale on Monday and asked authorities in areas hit by exuberant downpours to make a report of misfortunes, so that an interim report can be sent to the Center for monetary help.
Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi, then again, declared ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for the family of the individuals who lost lives in Assam and Rajasthan surges. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), while tweeting about the ex-gratia money related help, additionally declared Rs 50,000 each for the truly harmed by floods.
With an end goal to give prompt help to surge casualties, boss priest Raje requested that apportion be conveyed disconnected in the influenced regions. The compulsory utilization of POS machines for apportions has been suspended in these regions. Preparation about the save operations, Raje said more than 11,000 people were safeguarded, including 42 people cleared through choppers.
“Groups of locale organization, NDRF, SDRF, Army, wellbeing division, CRPF and volunteers are on their toes to do save operations and standardize life in the overwhelming precipitation influenced territories. The work done by all individuals engaged with the protect operations is praiseworthy,” she said.
Raje further conveyed power and media transmission organizes in the influenced areas were being repaired. In Jalore alone, 100 Grid SubStations (GSS) have been down because of heavy rains. Out of the 100, 88 have been repaired. In Sirohi, of the 30 GSS, 25 have been repaired. “Before long, street, power and water issues will be standardized,” the CM added.