NEW DELHI: The National Crisis Management Committee under the Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth on Monday reviewed the situation in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir and asked the state government to provide daily report on relief and rehabilitation assistance.
The Centre asked the state government to provide a daily report to ensure there were no gaps in distribution on the ground, an official release said after the meeting.
The representatives of the state government briefed the NCMC about the current situation in the state. The NCMC was informed that the supply of dry ration, drinking water, blankets and medicines is being made to the state regularly through all available means of transportation.
The secretaries and representatives of the Ministries/Departments of Telecom, Power, Civil Aviation, Food & Consumer Affairs, Industry, Textiles, Railways, Health, Petroleum, Road Transport & Highways, Home, Defence, Border Roads Organisation and Indian Meteorological Department briefed the Committee about the relief being extended by respective Ministries/Departments for helping the people of Jammu and Kashmir, the release added.
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