The floods in the Chambal River have affected the crops of the village along the banks of the Chambal River. Farmers should not be worried for this. There will be no negligence in survey work. After the water dries, teams are being deployed for the survey. After the survey, compensation will be paid by the government. Collector Priyanka Das said this on Thursday while distributing food grains to the villagers at Maukheda, Kudahara in Morena district. Regional MLA along with Collector, Edal Singh Kanshana, and Superintendent of Police arrived with food packets and dry food items. On this occasion MLA Adel Singh Kanshana, Superintendent of Police Dr. Asit Yadav, District Member, District CEO and officers of other departments were present.
MLA Mr. Edal Singh Kanshana said that two girls have died due to floods in the Chambal River in the district.
Collector Smt Das said that about 52 villages have been affected due to floods in Chambal River. Out of which 4 thousand 300 people have been stopped in relief camps with the help of the administration and administration. The government has made arrangements for their eating, drinking, expansion etc. He said that the villagers should not be worried. The survey work will be started soon after the water dries up. In which the survey of damaged buildings etc. should not be missed, each item should be assessed in the survey. Assistance will be provided by the government. He said that crops had been ruined in about 28 thousand 50 hectare area due to flooding in Chambal River last 15 days. In which 3 crore damages were estimated. This time there is more loss than previous. The loss will definitely be compensated.
MLA Mr. Edal Singh Kanshana said that two girls have died due to floods in the Chambal River in the district. In which the government will provide assistance of Rs. 4-4 lakhs. The state government is with the farmers. There will be no injustice to the farmer. The State Government will provide them the details of the nail. Today, by the government and by me, food grains have been provided in village Maukheda, Kudahara. Along with this, medical teams are also treating people in Maukheda, Kudahara. He said that the vet team has started treating animals. On the demand of the villagers, the MLA gave the assurance of construction of two and a half kilometers of Rapta and Moukhesheda Road in the Quarry River.
Superintendent of Police Dr. Asit Yadav said that a rescue operation was conducted in Maukheda, Kulhada. In which 30 member team of NDRF did rescue work through 3 bots. This also includes police administration. These teams have worked from a war level to provide food grains and medicines for the rural people.