Said – it is the duty of the state government to help the people in times of crisis
- All dams safe and water below danger line. Bhagwant Mann
Chandigarh (To Be Honest/Ashwani Chawla). Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann reiterated the commitment of the state government to compensate any paisa for the loss suffered by the people due to the torrential rains in the state. In a statement issued here, the prime minister said he was monitoring the situation on a moment-by-moment basis and regularly included reports from across the state. He said ongoing relief operations in the districts and water levels were monitored by district administrations across the state. Bhagwant Mann said that it is the duty of the state government to help the people in this hour of trouble and no stone will be left unturned to fulfill this duty.
The chief minister (Bhagwant Mann) said help would be provided to the last person left in the remote parts of the state. He said special attention is being paid to ensure relief is delivered to the most affected areas of the state so that people do not experience hardship. Bhagwant Mann said priority is given to carrying out relief and rescue operations in the most affected areas of the state.
The Chief Minister (Bhagwant Mann) said that all dams in the state were safe and the water flowed below the danger limit. He expressed hope that the situation in the state would improve by Wednesday evening. Bhagwant Mann said that all cabinet ministers, MLAs and officers have already been deployed in their respective areas of work and the needy are being reached in this hour of crisis. The prime minister said that, taking into account the water level, extensive machinery arrangements have been made to protect the life and property of the people. He said the deputy commissioners and SSPs are expediting relief efforts in their respective districts so that relief can be provided to the people.
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