Rain, flood damage has been brought to the notice of the Centre’s team: Basavaraja Bommai

Bengaluru: CM Basavaraja Bommai said that the central team has been brought to the notice of rain and flood damage. Speaking after the meeting, he said that the central study team had come. He said that he had a long discussion with the survey team.

It was discussed about what happens due to rain in the months of July, August and September. Wherever there has been rain, all the damage has been given. He said that they have been informed about crop damage, house damage, loss of life etc.
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They will go to different districts in four teams. Another meeting will be held after the visit. After this a report is prepared and a letter of appeal is issued. A plea was also given last week. Now it will be updated and a detailed report will be given, he said.

I have made a very important point today. I told about the problems in Bangalore city, the problem of fishermen and land subsidence. This time there is loss due to water seepage in commercial places. He said that I have also told him about giving special grant. Central team
He said that he will go to the districts by helicopter and observe.
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CM Bommai left for Belgaum

CM Basavaraja Bommai left for Belgaum to attend the funeral of Minister Umesh Katti. Talking about this, he said that he will go to Belgaum with his cabinet colleagues. He said that he will return in the evening after finishing the last rites.

The Chief Minister appealed to the central team to provide fair compensation
Chief Minister Basavaraja Bommai said that the state government has prepared the damage estimate in a very accurate and transparent manner and submitted a proposal and recommended to provide fair compensation as per the guidelines of the central government.
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He held a meeting with the Central Study Team led by Ashish Kumar, Joint Secretary, Home Ministry, who has arrived to study the state’s flood situation, and discussed the damage caused by floods in the state in July, August and this month.

Detailed information was provided in the meeting about the damage caused by the flood situation in the state in the month of July and August and the remedial measures taken by the state government.

The team was scheduled to visit Chitradurga, Hassan, Chikkamagaluru, Haveri, Dharwad, Gadag, Bidar, Kalaburagi and Yadagiri districts. Along with this, the Chief Minister advised to visit the districts of Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada and Uttara Kannada where the most landslides and sea erosion have occurred. Besides, it was also asked to review the flood situation of Bengaluru city, neighboring Mandya and Ramanagara districts.
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This time, the chief minister brought to the attention of the central team about the damage caused to fishing boats, shop fronts and silk reeling unit and twisting units in Ramanagara. Therefore, he requested to check to provide assistance to them from a humanitarian point of view.