Jammu and Kashmir News
JAMMU, AUGUST 24-Deputy Commissioner, Udhampur, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary visited the landslide affected area in Chore-Motu village in Deot Niabat of Majalta Tehsil adjoining Billawar block to take stock of the damages and disburse immediate relief among families.
The DC inspected the landslide affected area, damaged houses, slide prone area and site of rehabilitation. He interacted with the sufferers of natural calamity and extended support and assistance from various departments.
Relief cheques worth Rs 1,01,900/- each were handed over to heads of 8 affected families of Krishan Singh, Chain Singh, Romal Singh, Babu Ram, Onkar Singh, Shankar Mani, Prakash Singh and Lal Singh.
Dr Shahid also monitored opening of Health Centre, Water Supply Lline & Storage, Power Supply, installation of additional tents and opening of Anganwadi centre for the relief camp.
The DC also provided 16 additional tents for the families, Kerosene lamps, medicines, safety equipment and other utilities among the families. He also directed the ZEO for ensuring education of children and linking them with the makeshift anganwadi centre opened.