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Two central teams to assess flood and drought damage

Teams to meet Chief Minister Roaiah on the last day


Two Central teams, each consisting of eight members will soon visit the State to assess the damage caused to crops and properties by floods and drought and recommend assistance from the National Calamities Contingency Fund. A communication to this effect was received by the State Government on Tuesday following submission of two separate reports to the Centre on the loss caused by these calamities.

According to sources, the first team headed by Upma Chowdary, Joint Secretary, Agriculture will arrive Hyderabad on October 24 and visit the drought affected districts in three groups for the next three days. Similarly, the second team headed by D Deepti Vilas, Joint Secretary, Home Affairs will arrive here on October 26 and visit the flood hit areas for three days.

Before they leave for Delhi, the teams will conclude their visits with wrap up meetings with the Chief Minister, K. Rosaiah on the last day. This is the first time that the State is affected by two diametrically opposite situations of drought and floods and is being visited by two Central teams simultaneously.

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