40 lakh flood- affected families to get Rs 10,000 each, says JC Madhu Swamy


Team Udayavani, Aug 20, 2019, 6:41 PM IST

Bengaluru: JC Madhu Swamy, who was inducted as minister in the Karnataka cabinet on Tuesday informed that forty lakh families affected by floods in Karnataka will get a compensation of Rs 10,000 each from the state government.

Addressing presspersons here he said, “Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa has released Rs 10,000 each to families affected by floods in the state. It covers 40 lakh families, and they will get the amount by tomorrow.”

He further added that the flood-affected families will also get foodgrains and temporary sheds, which will be constructed in the coming days. he said.

Yesterday, the Karnataka government released Rs 195 crore for relief measures.

Meanwhile, the death toll in flood-related incidents in the state has mounted to 82.

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