Rs. 894 crore flood relief disbursed for 147854 damaged houses


Jammu: As per the reports received by Governor N.N. Vohra, Rs. 894 crore of financial assistance has been disbursed under Prime Minister’s Reconstruction Plan to 1,47,854 flood affected persons, by the concerned Deputy Commissioners.

Relief disbursed to the victims of flood damaged houses till date is: Rs. 409.37 crore to 62,242 cases in Srinagar district; Rs. 2.24 crore to 487 cases in Samba district; Rs. 0.81 crore to 411 cases in Ganderbal district;  Rs 78.13 crore to 11,449 cases in Budgam district; Rs. 53.49 crore to 2,829 cases in Pulwama district; Rs. 96.64 crore to 13,914 cases in Anantnag district; Rs 31.55 crore to 5,393 cases in Bandipora; Rs.35.12 crore  to 8,440 cases in Baramulla district; Rs 35.84 crore to 8,181 cases in Rajouri; Rs.12.98 to 2537 cases in Udhampur; Rs.7.26 crore to 1,834 cases in Ramban district; Rs.2.99 crore to 1,135 cases in Kishtwar district; Rs.2.99 crore to 1,311 cases in Doda district; Rs. 7.28 crore to 1,251 cases in Shopian district; Rs.19.09 crore to 3,275 cases in Kulgam district; Rs.0.21 crore to 89 cases in Kupwara district; Rs.47.13 crore to 11,787 cases in Jammu district; Rs. 26.47 crore to 5,094 cases in Reasi district; Rs 4.35 crore to 425 cases in Kathua district; and Rs.20.68 crore to 5,770 cases in Poonch district.


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