Repair damaged roads, restore water supply in Vidisha: Chouhan | Bhopal News


Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan gave an update on the latest situation resulting from excessive rainfall and flooding in various districts of the state and ongoing relief and rescue operations in a high-level meeting held in Mantralaya on Friday. CM asked for details on the work carried out to help the populations of the areas affected by excessive rains and the repair work carried out following partial damage to public property from the heads of the departments concerned.
He ordered that work on the standardization of drinking water, electricity supply, etc. are carried out quickly in the affected areas. Repair works to damaged roads and culverts, etc. must be completed quickly.
Pet owners should receive assistance in accordance with the provision of financial assistance against the loss of animals.
In a telephone conversation with the collector Vidisha, Chouhan asked him to restore the water supply in the ara at the earliest, officials said.
Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan gave an update on the latest situation resulting from excessive rainfall and flooding in various districts of the state and ongoing relief and rescue operations in a high-level meeting held in Mantralaya on Friday. CM asked for details on the work carried out to help the populations of the areas affected by excessive rains and the repair work carried out following partial damage to public property from the heads of the departments concerned.
He ordered that work on the standardization of drinking water, electricity supply, etc. are carried out quickly in the affected areas. Repair works to damaged roads and culverts, etc. must be completed quickly.
Pet owners should receive assistance in accordance with the provision of financial assistance against the loss of animals.
During a telephone interview with collector Vidisha, Chouhan asked him to restore the water supply in the ara at the earliest, officials said.
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