Madhya Pradesh announces Rs 5 crore aid to Uttarakhand
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced an assistance of Rs five crore to the monsoon-ravaged Uttarakhand state where heavy rains and landslides have created havoc.
Chouhan made this announcement yesterday after receiving reports of major damage in the hill state, famous for the shrines of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri and Gangotri, official sources said.
The Chief Minister also set up a cell in the CM Secretariat to provide help to the stranded pilgrims. Under Secretary, Neeraj Vashishta has been appointed as its coordinator, they added.
Chouhan`s secretary, Hariranjan Rao will work in coordination with the State`s Resident Commissioner in New Delhi, Shailendra Singh for relief measures, sources said.
Besides, the state disaster management body has also started an Emergency Control Room headed by District Commandant, Santosh Jat (Mob No. 09926769808 and Landline No 0755-2556422) for providing relief to the stranded persons.
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