Center gives Odisha Rs 1,000 crore; PM Modi appreciates the honor at CM Naveen Patnaik

BHUBANESWAR: Announcement Of Extra Assistance Of Rs 1,000 Crore For PM Narendra Modi Prime Minister Praised On Monday Naveen Patnaik Before The Restoration Work Shortly After Blew And Appreciated" Perfect Coordination" Between The Center And The State.

The Union Government Had Previously Sanctioned Rs 381 Crore For The State, Which Was Battered Friday By The Cyclone, Which Claimed 38 Lives. In The Past Seven To Eight Days After The Cyclone Was Predicted, There Was Perfect Coordination Between The Center And The State. The Communication Was Perfect. The State Government Was Very Proactive And Responsive, Said Modes, After It Sent The Resentment That Was Generated To A Low Ebb During A Bitter.

The Premier Met With Patnaik, During Which The CM Was Looking For A Long-term Package Of Rs 17,000 Crore From The Center To Set Up A Disaster-proof Energy And Housing Infrastructure.

Such As Phailin (2013), Hudhud (2014), Drought (2015), Titli (2018) And Now Fani Have Influenced The Economy Of The State. The State Must Issue Huge Resources To Deal With Disasters And Recovery, Which Has Resulted In Negative Economic Growth. We Could Have Grown Better If There Had Been No Disasters. If You Keep This In Mind, The Center Should Have The Status ' S Call For A Special Tag, Naveen Said. By Stating That Odisha Has Established An International Standard For Disaster Preparedness By Evacuating Over 12 Lakh People To Safety In 12 Years, Which Also Delivered International Recognition, The CM Said It Was Time To Set A Benchmark For Building A Disaster Resilient Odisha With The Right Infrastructure, Naveen Said.

The Huge Evacuation Exercise Also Received Praise From The Premier. Evacuating 12 Lakh People Is Not Low Performance, Said Modes, Adding Infrastructure Damage Can Be Repaired, But Not Life. Later, In A Series Of Tweets, Modes Said:" All Possible Steps Will Be Taken To Repair Infrastructure Damage, Power Lines And Farms, Among Other Things. Officials Have Asked To Ensure That Roads And Railways Are Repaired At The Earliest And Our Farmers Get Their Harvest Insurance As A Result Of The Damage. "