The CM held a meeting with the central study team headed by Ashish Kumar, joint secretary of the Union Home Ministry, who arrived to study the rain damage that occurred in the months of July and August. At this time, Minister Govinda Karajola, C.C. Patil, B.C. Patil, Araga Gyanendra were present.
Apart from him, Chief Secretary to the Government Vandita Sharma, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister N. Manjunath Prasad, Deputy Chief Secretary to Govt. Rajneesh Goyal, Deputy Chief Secretary, Department of Finance I.S.N. Prasad, Deputy Chief Secretary Revenue Department Kapil Mohan, Deputy Chief Secretary Energy Department G. Kumaranaik, Disaster Management Commissioner Manoj Rajan and other senior officials attended the meeting.
17 districts of the state have received extensive rainfall in the last few days. Due to the rain, there was a flood in Bommanahalli, Mahadevpura in Bengaluru and a large amount of damage was caused.
Already in 17 districts of the state, 5092 people are in care centers in the last 5 days. 14717 hectares of agricultural crops and 1374 hectares of horticultural crops were damaged.
430 houses were severely damaged and 2188 houses were partially damaged due to five days of rain. 255 km of roads, bridges and culverts, electric poles have been damaged.
As soon as the rain stops, the government has suggested that a joint survey should be uploaded on the relief app to start the damage to the agricultural crops. 5 lakhs for houses that have completely collapsed, 3 lakhs for severely damaged houses and 50 thousand rupees for minor damage. Suggested to give. 13600 thousand for dry farming, 25 thousand rupees for irrigated lands and 28 thousand rupees for horticulture.
In case of damage to shops and commercial centers, compensation is not allowed through NDRF. But when Karwar went to Ramnagar, it was decided that the shops should be compensated and the state government will bear the money. Compensation will be given on the basis of damages. The CM has already said that for the first time, the commercial centers of the state are being compensated for the floods.