BARAMULLA: The flood effected people who had taken shelter in 47 relief camps have returned back to their houses, thus the total no of existing relief camps in Baramulla district has remain seven only. In all 54 such camps were established in the district where 35000 households were temporary residing during the flood situation. This was stated during a review meeting of officers and engineers chaired by DDC Baramulla Dr. Farooq Ahmad Lone here today. the meeting was informed that 108 families whose house were damaged due to flood, have been provide immediate relief of Rs 32.54lcs, while as Rs.7.25 lac stand expended on 54 relief camps and Rs 2.37 lac utilize on 15 boats which put into serves during the flood situation . Similarly Rs 30.50 lac have been incurred for temporary restoration of damaged roads, power supply, PHE schemes, schools and health institutions. It was given out that 90% of PHE schemes and power supply besides 95% of road connectivity has been restored in the district. The DDC on the occasion directed the CMO and CEO to ensure better health care of the people by way of necessary vaccination and chlorination across the district. ADC and ACR Baramulla besides SDM’s Tehsildars and Executive Engineers of various factionaries also attended the meeting.
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