SRINAGAR, FEBRUARY 27: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir has informed that more than Rs 35 crores have been disbursed, so far, as relief from Chief Minister’s relief fund for the September 2014 flood affectees, while as Rs 48.98 crores have been allocated for this purpose.
The flood relief distributed includes Rs 18.53 crores provided to Srinagar district which was worst affected by floods , followed by Rs 8.44 crores distributed in Budgam, Rs 2.87 crores in Anantnag, Rs 1.72 crores in Kulgam, Rs 2.83 crores in Bandipora, Rs 0.44 crores Pulwama, Rs 0.31 crores in Shopian and Rs 0.57 crores in Baramulla amounting to Rs 35.71 crores.
It was also given out that a total fund of Rs 13.27 crores is available under the CM relief fund with the administration, while as there is further requirement of Rs 120.43 crores.
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