Odisha to submit damage report of Rs.11,942 to centre

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Odisha: Fani has caused damage to the properties worth Rs.11942 crore

Bhubaneswar: May 15: According to a report of the State Government, Cyclone Fani has caused damage to the properties worth Rs.11942 crore.

The report prepared by Government of Odisha will be submitted to the inter-ministerial central team on Wednesday, which is here in Odisha to assess the damage caused by the Cyclone.

The central team members have already visited the cyclone-affected areas of Puri, Khurda and Cuttack districts and today, the team members will have a wrap-up meeting with the Chief Secretary of Odisha and other senior officials, where the State Government will submit the report of damage caused by Cyclone Fani.

Different departments have already reported loss incurred by them. As reported, Water Resources department has reported loss of Rs.37,301.20 lakh, Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water department of Rs 58,703.33 lakh, Agriculture department of Rs 10,230.53 lakh, Energy department of Rs 1,15,980 lakh, Fisheries & Animal Resources department of Rs 5,543.97 lakh, Works department of Rs 59,732.30 lakh, Rural Development department of Rs. 43,717.68 lakh, Housing & Urban Development department of Rs 52,434.87 lakh, ST and SC Development & Minorities and Backward Classes department of Rs 592.24 lakh, Women and Child Development department of Rs 7,248.50 lakh, Textile and Handloom department of Rs 7431.36 lakh, Cooperation department of Rs 1741.44 lakh, Higher Education department of Rs 29,600 lakh, Forest and Environment department of Rs 53,780 lakh, Health and Family Welfare department of Rs 1,276.25 lakh, Social Security and Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities  (SSEPD) department of Rs 1,825 lakh, Labour and ESI department of Rs 78 lakh, Tourism department of Rs 1,917 lakh, School and Mass Education department of Rs 1,094 lakh, Skill Development and Technical Education department of Rs 3,057 lakh, Industries department of Rs 15,269.07 lakh, Odia Language Literature and Culture department of Rs 7,274 crore and Rs 1,374.39 lakh by Electronics & Information Technology department.