SAMBYAL VISITS RAIN HIT VARIOUS AREAS

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sambyalB.S.Sambyal Chief Congress Seva Dal J&K is continuously visiting flood and rain hit area of the Sure Chak and Makwal along with seva dal worker while interacting with the effected families at Sure Chak camp and listening to the problem of flood effected people. Sambyal assured them seva dal highlights their genuine demands before the high command and concerned quarter very soon. Sambyal also distributed help lines phone no. to the rain effected people especially for old person and needy patients for any quarry/inquiry and blood because our seva dal volunteers are ready to donate the blood for rain effected families in the hospitals or anywhere in the state and they are constantly touch with the rain and flood hit area right from day one of flood situation arisen, with the dedication and devotionally in the forefront for rescue operation sambyal said that various congress seva dal relief committees has been constituted in every district HQ and set up control rooms comprising 70 seva dal volunteers from Jammu & 25 seva dal volunteers from each district to expedite the relief and rehabilitation work seva dal control room at provincial level, district level and tehsil level has been established to collect information from each nook and corner.
Among the congress Pradesh seva dal team from J&K who has been put on the relief operations as observer and coordinators of various districts are Dimple Sambyal (Samba 9469158804), Vinay Mahajan (Reasi 09086647340), Karamat Malki (Poonch 9419171786) , Zulfikar Mumtaz (Rajouri 9419188472), Pardeep Singh (Jammu 9906023455), Varinder Sharma (Kathua 9419113599), Daljeet Singh ( Ramban 9776008283), Mahasha Manhor Lal ( Udhampur 9419103490), Ravi Kumar Shan (Doda 9697592849), Surinder Manhas ( Kishtwar 9419976151) and Nimrandeep Singh (Vijaypur 09906391319) also they will submit the final report on relief to its Seva Dal Chief B.S.Sambyal.
Sambyal said this is the worst floods in six decades in J&K and the death toll in the crisis triggered last week by torrential monsoon stands at around 200 +. Sambyal has expressed his anguish and deep concern for the victims of the crisis that has also resulted in widespread damage to property and infrastructure in the state.
Sambyal urged the state govt to immediately provide relief to the farmers as many irrigation facilities have been destroyed and urgently need repair. We need to help out farmers by doing an early restorations of the water pumps sets along with the electric motors and diesel sets have been totally washed away in these flood affected areas and also their electricity bills for the pump sets, used for irrigation purposes be waived off.
Sambyal demanded for restoration of road connectivity and emphasised the need of speeding up the relief rehabilitation for victims of rains and flood hit situation and govt should give adequate compensation and shelter to the farmers immediately without any further delay.