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Central team in Odisha for cyclone Fani damage assessment

Restoration work in cyclone fani affected areas is continuing on a war footing. People in areas severely affected are being provided food and water. A central team headed by Deputy secretary for home Vivek Bharadwaj, meanwhile, is on a  three day visit to Cyclone affected Bhubaneswar and Puri to take stock of the damage caused and relief work afoot.

The team also reviewed the temporary shelters and relief work and also relief materials in the camps. The team of 11 formed 3 groups that fanned out across cyclone affected districts and surveyed damaged homes as well. Special kitchens have been set up to provide food to the victims who on their part have expressed satisfaction at the arrangements

Meanwhile, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in a letter thanked Prime Minister for the help provided and saught more support for restoration work in the days ahead. The Chief Minister’s Office also thanked Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan for sanctioning 1,000 kilolitre of kerosene for distribution among the cyclone affected people.

Pradhan made the sanction a day after Patnaik wrote a letter to him seeking sanction of 1,000 kilo Litre  of kerosene for the cyclone affected people.

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