Kashmir Indepth

DC sanctions Rupees 4 Lakh relief in favour of NOK’s of each deceased

SHOPIAN, APRIL 28:  On the directions of Deputy Commissioner Shopian, Choudhary Mohamamd Yasin, the Tehsildar, Shopian,  Bilal Ahmad today visited Chotipora village of the district to access the loss to property and  orchards caused due to cloudburst, yesterday.

Two sisters were killed due to flash floods, triggered by heavy rains and cloudburst  in Chotipora area of Shopian yesterday and stressed for following laid down SOP of COVID-19 during survey including maintaining social distancing norms and wearing face masks.property including  orchards were damaged by cloudburst in the  district.

The Deputy Commissioner, Shopian ,sanctioned relief of Rs.4.00 lakh each among the legal heirs of the deceased persons.

He directed the concerned to assess the loss of property and  orchards which were damaged by the cloudburst and submit  report to the district administration within 10 days.

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