Chief Minister Shri Manohar Lal thanks the central government for releasing relief funds to assist rain-affected states promptly. Haryana receives Rs. 216.80 crore under the State Disaster Relief Fund. The seven districts of Ambala, Panchkula, Kurukshetra, Karnal, Yamunanagar, Panipat, and Kaithal are most affected. Relief and rescue operations are underway in these districts.
Heavy rainfall causes widespread devastation. Low-lying areas are flooded, displacing residents and damaging infrastructure. The released funds will aid in restoring normalcy and helping affected individuals and communities.
The state government, along with disaster management agencies, is actively engaged in relief efforts. Evacuation, supply distribution, and medical aid are prioritized for the affected population.
Chief Minister Shri Manohar Lal urges officials and relief workers to provide immediate assistance. The government stands with the affected residents, ensuring rehabilitation and reconstruction.
The state government closely monitors and coordinates with the central government for an efficient response. Assessing damage and planning for future mitigation are underway.
Despite the disaster, the resilience and unity of the people of Haryana are commendable. Collective efforts will help overcome this challenge and rebuild the affected areas.