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Cyclone Yaas: East Midnapore district administration tells panchayat meeting

Strict action will be taken if there is corruption in the ‘relief at the door’ program announced by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The East Midnapore district administration gave such a strong message at the three-tier panchayat meeting. Cyclone Yas has caused severe damage to people in some districts, including East Midnapore and South 24 Parganas. The government will deliver relief to the residents of the affected areas as soon as Yas leaves, the Chief Minister said recently. He said his government has allocated Rs 1,000 crore for this work.

There were many complaints about relief in different districts of the state. The arrow of accusation was against the ruling party. However, the ruling party denied the allegations. But this time the district administration is very careful. The state’s opposition BJP has already questioned the transparency of the relief distribution this time as well. The East Midnapore district administration has already started strict monitoring to ensure that there is no corruption in the relief distribution. Not only that, strict action will be taken in case of any corruption.

On Monday, the district administration held a meeting with the elected representatives of the district’s Tristar Panchayat (Gram Panchayat, Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishad). It was made clear at that meeting that no one could be relieved in any way. Corruption in relief delivery will not be tolerated in any way. The administration has also given a clear message that it will not remain silent if corruption is found in relief.

Purnendukumar Maji, district magistrate of East Midnapore, said, “About 61,000 houses along the sea and river banks in East Midnapore have been damaged due to Yas and strong tidal surges. Of these, 13 to 14 thousand have been completely damaged and more than fifty thousand have been partially broken. However, the coastal areas are the worst hit. ”

The district magistrate said that the state government has been instructed to keep an eye on the situation so that no one is left out when ‘relief at the door’ starts. Care will also be taken to ensure that no one is deprived of relief. He added that those receiving relief must have adequate evidence. In no way should rice, triple pie be given. The district administration has also appealed to all levels to stand by the affected people in this critical situation.



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