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Odisha Chief Minister made an aerial survey of the cyclone-affected districts of the state

Bhubaneswar:21/5/20: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik made an aerial survey of the cyclone-affected districts of the state Thursday afternoon. He expressed deep concern at the extensive damages especially to that of standing crops in those districts due to Cyclone Amphan.As per reports, the Chief Minister has ordered for the repair of damaged infrastructure and early restoration of normalcy in those districts at the earliest. Road clearance and connectivity issues will be sorted out by tomorrow morning, While the power supply in areas under CESU will be restored in the next 24 hrs and areas under NESCO in 72 hrs. Manpower and material mobilized for restoration on a war footing.


Besides, the Odisha CM ordered for agriculture crop damage assessment in the next three days and a survey of damages to houses and buildings to be completed in a week’s time.It may be mentioned here that, Cyclone Amphan has affected 89 blocks of Odisha and 44 lakh, people


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