Tuesday, September 26

Punjab Government will give compensation to 12 districts of flood affected areas

The recent floods in Punjab have caused significant losses for the people in the affected areas. Recognizing the severity of the situation, the state government has taken steps to assess the extent of the damage and provide compensation to those affected.
The government has already conducted an assessment and estimated the losses to be around Rs 2500 crores. In order to address this issue, they have requested a package of Rs 1300 crores from the central government. However, as the process of receiving funds from the central government may take some time, the state government has decided to take immediate action to compensate the affected individuals.
To ensure a fair and accurate assessment of the damages, the government has initiated a door-to-door survey in the 12 districts of Mohali, Patiala, Ropar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Nawanshahr, Hoshiarpur, Amritsar, Pathankot, Gurdaspur, Sangrur, and Tarpataran. This survey will help identify the extent of the losses suffered by individuals and enable the government to provide appropriate compensation.
By conducting this survey, the government aims to gather comprehensive data on the damages caused by the floods. This data will be crucial in determining the compensation amounts for each affected individual. The government is committed to ensuring that the compensation process is fair and transparent, and that those who have suffered losses receive the support they need.
While the state government is taking proactive measures to compensate the affected individuals, it is important to acknowledge that the process may take some time. The government is working diligently to expedite the compensation process, but it is also important to ensure that the assessment is accurate and comprehensive.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *