Omar releases Rs.200 crore more to restore infrastructure

Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government Tuesday released Rs.100 crore each for the administrations in the Kashmir valley and the Jammu region for temporary restoration of infrastructure following the massive floods.

“The state government today (Tuesday) placed Rs.100 crore each for temporary restoration of infrastructure at the disposal of the divisional commissioners of Jammu and Kashmir, in addition to the already released Rs.100 crore each,” said an official statement issued here.

Nine lakh tablets have already been distributed in the flood-affected areas.

Authorities said the Bone and Joint Hospital, the Rainwara Hospital and the super specialty SKIMS Soura in Srinagar have resumed functioning.

The SKIMS Bemina hospital, which was inundated, will be made partially functional in a couple of days after draining out the water, an official said in Srinagar.

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