Floods: Karnataka to submit report to Centre on Sunday; loss pegged at 32,000 crore
By Thehindu 01-Sep-2019
He told the officials to continue the flood-relief works and take steps to help the affected people rebuild their houses. Emphasising on the need to boost the morale of the affected people, he asked the officials to carry out a survey on crop loss and complete it at the earliest so that the government would be able to provide compensation to them based on the survey report.
Ramdas says he is not disappointed and will attend Dasara programmes
To be shifted
Mr. Yediyurappa said based on the initial assessment, there was a proposal to permanently relocate several flood-prone villages located on the banks of the Varada in Haveri district to safer places. He spoke about the government’s decision to release 5 lakh each for those who have lost their houses for reconstruction, and added that the amount would also be given to those who would be shifting to new villages. He asked the officials to find suitable land for relocation of flood-prone villages. Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai brought to the notice of the Chief Minister the need for permanent shifting of 19 villages and construction of a retaining wall to stop the entry of floodwaters in 19 villages located on the banks of the Varada. He sought funds for the relief works.
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