500 crore damage to Haryana’s infrastructure due to floods. Chandigarh News – Times of India

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar peg on wednesday cause structural damage To recent flash floods 500 crore in the state.
Estimated damage includes damage to roads and river banks. However, the assessment of damage to crops and livestock is still being done and will be finalized after the affected farmers upload the data.
He said that 12 districts where the rains wreaked havoc have been declared flood affected. Referring to Haryana’s war of words with AAP-ruled Delhi and Punjab, Khattar said they should now work on preventive measures.
While Khattar spoke of moving forward, he pointed to issues related to five closed gates of the ITO barrage, non-payment of dues against 300 cusecs of additional water supplied to New Delhi and supply from the Indraprastha power station.
“Our team has not yet submitted the report on ITO Barrage. We are the ones who announced the investigation. After all, the people living in Delhi are also our own. Before Delhi, it was Haryana which suffered heavy losses,” he said. “For the loss of human life, a compensation of Rs 4 lakh each will be given to their next of kin. In case of limb loss, Rs 74,000 per person will be given to those with disability between 40 to 60% and Rs 2,50,000 to each person with more than 60% disability,” Khattar said. He said that 125 houses were completely damaged in the state, while 615 were partially damaged.
He said that animal loss will also be compensated. Rs 37,500 for loss of buffalo/cow/camel/yak, Rs 4,000 for loss of sheep/goat/pig, Rs 32,000 for loss of camel/horse/bull, Rs 20,000 for loss of calf/donkey/pony/mule/heifer and Rs 100 per poultry bird.
committees for
restoration work
Several committees headed by superintending engineers have been constituted to expedite the repair and restoration of roads, bridges, drinking water schemes, minor irrigation schemes and power supply. For the repair of roads, work up to Rs 10 lakh will be done by the committee under the chairmanship of the executive engineer and the committee of SE will do the work between Rs 10 lakh to one crore.