Frislan Homeless Given Rs 15000 Per Family

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ANANTNAG (KNS) – Deputy Commissioner Anantnag Thursday visited the affected families in Frislan and distributed 15,000 rupees each to the affected households.

Deputy Commissioner Farooq Ahamd Shah told KNS that the amount was the part of State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) and 60 cft timber will also be provided to each household. He said that providing immediate and necessary relief to the victims is the responsibility of the district administration.

“We’ve in contact with the victims of fire and are looking for the all possible options to help them in these unfortunate times. We’re aware of their conditions and our efforts are going on to minimize their pain at this juncture”, Shah said.

Pertinently, at least 55 structures, including 46 residential houses, were gutted in a devastating fire that broke out early Sunday morning in Frislan village, 10 kms from world famous tourist resort of Pahalgam in south Kashmir. Large scale loss to property and livestock was also reported.

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