The NHRC notified Odisha about relief material that" does not reach" parts of 2 districts affected by cyclones

NEW DELHI: The National Human Rights Commission Has Issued A Notice To The Government About Reports That Aid Material Is Not Reaching Affected People In Some Parts Of The Country. Puri And The Districts Of Khurdha, The Most Affected By The Cyclone ' Fani '

The CNDH Observed That It Understands That The State Administration, In Collaboration With The Central Agencies And NGOs, Is Trying To Face The Situation, But It Seems To Be Necessary To Identify The Areas That Require Immediate Relief And Rehabilitation.

In A Statement Issued On Wednesday, The Rights Of The People Said That They Are Facing A Hardship, And That They Are Not Reaching Cyclone-hit People In Some Parts Of Puri And Khurdha Districts Of Odisha ".

According To Reports, Thousands Of People Affected By The Cyclone, Who Struggle To Get Food And Water, Went Out On The Streets On May 7. According To Reports, The Police Resorted To The Charge To Disperse The Protesters.

The Commission Said It Understands The Difficulties Being Faced By The Residents Of The Affected Areas, Which Going By The Media Reports Are Puri And Khurdha Districts.

" As A Result, He Has Issued A Notice To The Chief Secretary Of The Odisha Government, To Examine The Content Of The News Reports And Take Immediate Action To Repair The Complaint Of The General Public," The Statement Said.

The Chief Secretary Of Odisha Is Expected To Send The Response To The Commission Within Six Weeks, He Said.

According To Media Reports On May 8, The Residents Were Also Angry At Government ' S Move To Provide Additional 50 Kg Of And Rs 2,000 To The Family Which Are Covered By The ' Food Safety Program ' In Puri And Khurdha Districts.

Apparently, They Have Questioned Whether The Cyclone Has Not Affected People Who Do Not Have Ration Cards.

The Report Reveals That Many NGOs, Included ' ' Based In The United Kingdom, They Are Distributing Food To People Affected In Different Locations, According To The Statement.

According To Reports, The State Government Has Affirmed That Cooked Food Is Being Provided To People Who Are Staying In Shelters And That Community Kitchens Have Also Been Opened In Most Slum Areas.

The District Collector's Office Also Witnessed Agitation, As 30 Women Picketing The Front Door Of The Office Claiming The Help Material Had Not Arrived At Its ################################################################## Basti ' , Which Is Just 4 Km From The Collector's Office, He Said.

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