Up to date: Could 28, 2021 15:20 IST
Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], Could 28 (ANI): Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik didn’t search any aid bundle from Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a assessment assembly over Cyclone Yass in Bhubaneswar on Friday.
Searching for help for long-term measures to make Odisha disaster-resilient, Patnaik additionally highlighted the state’s demand for catastrophe resilient energy infrastructure and resilient coastal safety with storm surge resilient embankments on the assembly.
“Because the nation is on the peak of COVID19 pandemic, we now have not sought any quick monetary help to burden the Central Govt and wish to handle it by means of our personal sources to tide over the disaster,” Patnaik tweeted.
“Sought help for long-term measures to make Odisha catastrophe resilient as we’re frequented by such local weather hazards yearly. Highlighted Odisha’s demand for catastrophe resilient energy infrastructure and resilient coastal safety with storm surge resilient embankments,” he added.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik appraised PM Modi in regards to the large-scale devastation attributable to the cyclone in the course of the assessment assembly.
Patnaik additionally knowledgeable the Prime Minister in regards to the steps taken by the State forward of the cyclone and the continuing restoration efforts.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier as we speak held a assessment assembly with Odisha Chief Minister and different officers of the state administrations to evaluate the impression of Cyclone Yaas.
He additionally performed an aerial survey of the affected elements of Odisha and West Bengal
After the aerial survey, PM Modi shall be visiting West Bengal, the place he shall be conducting a assessment assembly with state Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and officers over the impression of Cyclone Yaas within the state.
The Prime Minister on Thursday additionally chaired a gathering to assessment the impression of the cyclone.
Throughout the assessment assembly, PM Modi suggested the involved companies to make sure regular life is restored within the affected areas on the earliest.
Cyclone Yaas made landfall in Odisha on Could 26.
A minimum of 3 individuals have misplaced their lives in Odisha when Cyclone Yaas made landfall, whereas the Baitarani river has crossed hazard ranges at Anandpur and Akhuapada.
Round 106 groups of the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Power (NDRF) have been deployed with 46 groups every in West Bengal and Odisha that rescued greater than 1000 individuals and eliminated greater than 2500 timber/poles that had fallen and obstructed the roads. (ANI)