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Grants to storm victims by May 25: Bhumidhar

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SUALKUCHI, May 2 � Dr Bhumidhar Barman, Revenue Minister along with Dr Naren Das, ex-MLA, Hajo, visited the storm-affected areas under Hajo Legislative Assembly Constituency recently. The minister met the storm-affected people of entire areas and assured them grants-in-aid by May 25.

He said altogether 23 people lost their lives in the severe cyclonic storm which lashed Assam on three occasions and the Prime Minister sanctioned Rs one lakh each to five families of the deceased.

The rest of the families of the victims will soon get the amount of Rs one lakh per family soon. The proposals are being submitted, the minister said.

The minister called upon the people to be vigilant in preparing the correct list so that no victims are left out. He said the village heads and the lat mandal would prepare one list and the gaon panchayat would prepare another list.

Both the lists will be scrutinised by the circle officers to prepare correct list which will be submitted to the Government through the Deputy Commissioner.

The minister called upon the journalists to point out the anomalies found in the list of the destitutes and requested to apprise the circle officers of these anomalies for preparing a total and correct list.

The minister said the Government will provide grants of Rs 35,000 against the total damage of pucca house, Rs 5,000 against partial damage of pucca house, Rs 10,000 against kuccha house, Rs 2,000 against partly damaged kutcha house, Rs 6,000 for loss of paddy per hectre

The minister visited Lah, Sarulah, Halogaon, Bamundi, Silguri, Dampur and Ramdia. He was accompanied by Additional Deputy Commissioner, Kamrup and SDC of Hajo circle.

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Grants to storm victims by May 25: Bhumidhar

SUALKUCHI, May 2 � Dr Bhumidhar Barman, Revenue Minister along with Dr Naren Das, ex-MLA, Hajo, visited the storm-affected areas under Hajo Legislative Assembly Constituency recently. The minister met the storm-affected people of entire areas and assured them grants-in-aid by May 25.

He said altogether 23 people lost their lives in the severe cyclonic storm which lashed Assam on three occasions and the Prime Minister sanctioned Rs one lakh each to five families of the deceased.

The rest of the families of the victims will soon get the amount of Rs one lakh per family soon. The proposals are being submitted, the minister said.

The minister called upon the people to be vigilant in preparing the correct list so that no victims are left out. He said the village heads and the lat mandal would prepare one list and the gaon panchayat would prepare another list.

Both the lists will be scrutinised by the circle officers to prepare correct list which will be submitted to the Government through the Deputy Commissioner.

The minister called upon the journalists to point out the anomalies found in the list of the destitutes and requested to apprise the circle officers of these anomalies for preparing a total and correct list.

The minister said the Government will provide grants of Rs 35,000 against the total damage of pucca house, Rs 5,000 against partial damage of pucca house, Rs 10,000 against kuccha house, Rs 2,000 against partly damaged kutcha house, Rs 6,000 for loss of paddy per hectre

The minister visited Lah, Sarulah, Halogaon, Bamundi, Silguri, Dampur and Ramdia. He was accompanied by Additional Deputy Commissioner, Kamrup and SDC of Hajo circle.

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