KOLKATA: Over 76,000 folks from a number of cyclone-hit areas in West Bengal have submitted their purposes, in search of the state authorities’s assist below the Duare-Tran (reduction at doorstep) scheme, an official stated on Monday.
At the least 322 camps or outreach programmes in seven districts hit by cyclone ‘Yaas’ have been organised until Sunday to allow eligible residents to submit purposes in plain paper to get compensation below numerous welfare programmes of the state authorities, he stated.
A most of 36,952 purposes have been acquired from South 24 Parganas the place 174 camps have been held until June 6, the official stated.
The federal government has additionally acquired 12,765 purposes from Purba Medinipur, 10,267 from North 24 Parganas and eight,039 from Paschim Medinipur districts.
At the least 7,561 folks in Howrah, 294 in Hooghly and 247 from Birbhum have sought compensation from the administration, the official stated.
“All of the purposes will likely be verified. We predict extra folks to go to the camps,” he stated.
The state authorities had introduced the “Duare Tran” programme to supply reduction and compensation for cyclone-hit folks in these districts.
A number of job forces have been constituted for seamless coordination amongst numerous stakeholders of the scheme.
Folks have been submitting purposes from June 3 to get compensation below specified programmes of the departments of agriculture, catastrophe administration and civil defence, animal assets improvement, horticulture, fisheries and micro, small and medium enterprises.
The federal government will obtain purposes on the camps until June 18.
The complete course of, together with verification of purposes and disbursement of compensation, will likely be accomplished by July 8.
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee had claimed that round 2.21 lakh hectares of agricultural land and 71,560 hectares of horticulture have been broken by cyclone ‘Yaas’.
She had additionally stated the state incurred a complete lack of greater than Rs 20,000 crore.
In the meantime, based on the notification issued for the ‘Duare Tran’ scheme, somebody whose agricultural land was broken by cyclone ‘Yaas’ would get compensation between Rs 1,000 and Rs 25,000, whereas an affected betel leaf farmer would obtain Rs 5,000 as help.
An individual who misplaced cattle within the calamity would get Rs 30,000.
The federal government will present Rs 5,000 to an individual whose kutcha home was broken and Rs 20,000 every to these whose homes had been destroyed, the notification stated.