Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray Cancels Visit To Flood-Hit Regions Due To Bad Weather


Chief Minister Cancels Visit To Flood-Hit Parts Of Maharashtra Due To Bad Weather

Uddhav Thackeray was additionally set to satisfy the affected individuals at a shelter camp in Koynanagar (File).


Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray needed to cancel his go to to the flood-hit Patan taluka in Satara district on Monday because of tough climate, an official mentioned.

Mr Thackeray was to take a helicopter from Pune to Koynanagar and conduct an aerial survey of the affected areas. He was additionally scheduled to satisfy the affected individuals at a shelter camp arrange at a zilla parishad college in Koynanagar.

An official within the Chief Minister’s Office mentioned Mr Thackeray is scheduled to return to Mumbai because the tour has been cancelled because of “inclement weather”.

Heavy rains final week precipitated landslides at Ambeghar and Mirgaon villages of Patan taluka.

So far, 41 individuals have died in Satara district, whereas 27 individuals are lacking, in accordance with the state authorities.

Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar toured varied rain-hit villages in Sangli district on Monday and used a rescue boat to achieve out to flood victims in some areas.

He additionally interacted with the flood-affected individuals and warranted them of rehabilitation and all assist from the state authorities.”

On Sunday, the Chief Minister visited flood-ravaged Chiplun city in Ratnagiri district within the Konkan area, and interacted with residents, businessmen and shopkeepers. He promised all of them assist from the state authorities to revive normalcy within the space.

Mr Thackeray had mentioned they are going to require “central assistance for long-term mitigation measures” and a complete information of the extent of damages will probably be ready.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by India07 workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)


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