Andhra seeks Rs 2,250-crore central help for flood reduction : The Tribune India


Naveen S Garewal 

Tribune Information Service 

Hyderabad, October 18

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jaganmohan Reddy (YSR) has requested the Centre for an support of Rs 2,250 crore to cope with the injury and destruction attributable to the unprecedented rains and flash floods.  

In a letter to Residence Minister Amit Shah, YSR has stated the preliminary studies have estimated the losses at round Rs four,450 crore, however the particulars had been nonetheless being labored out.  He requested the Centre to instantly advance Rs 2,250 crore in order that the restore and restoration work might be began.  

Andhra Pradesh has been lashed with heavy rains from October 9 to 13 and is being threatened with rain because of low cyclonic strain once more. This has resulted in lack of human and animal life and brought on flooding. 

In the meantime, the AP Authorities has stated it is not going to enable climate circumstances are available its means of implementing its election guarantees. In consequence, the Andhra Pradesh Authorities immediately introduced appointments of chairpersons for 56 companies, arrange for the event of backward lessons.  

The state has reserved 50 per cent posts for ladies consequently in AP 29 companies will probably be headed by ladies chairpersons.  

Minister for Backward Class Welfare, Ch Venugopala Krishna stated: “The Chief Minister firmly believes that BCs are spine lessons and never backward lessons. As promised throughout elections to supply separate companies for each group to offer equal political prominence, the Chief Minister has stood by it and introduced it into actuality.”

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