A team led by Rajiv Sharma, Joint Secretary, National Intelligence Grid (NATGRID), Ministry of Home Affairs, is visiting the Chennai, Chengalpattu, and Kancheepuram districts followinh which it’ll depart for Puducherry within the afternoon.
On Tuesday, it’ll visit Cuddalore and Myladuthurai districts within the morning and Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Thanjavur, and Tiruchy districts within the afternoon. The state authorities has directed all of the district collectors to current intimately the necessities to the team.
Meanwhile, the opposite team comprising three members has left for Thoothukudi and can attain Kanyakumari to research the injury. It will return to Chennai on Tuesday and visit Vellore and Ranipet districts.
Both the groups will return to Chennai by Tuesday night adopted by a debriefing on the Secretariat on Wednesday morning. The groups will meet senior officers of the state authorities together with Chief Secretary V. Irai Anbu, Commissioner of Revenue Administration, Ok. Phanindra Reddy, Revenue Secretary, Kumar Jayant, and different senior officers.
Notably, the Tamil Nadu authorities had earlier given a illustration to Union Home Minister Amit Shah in search of funds to the tune of Rs 2629 crore for the reduction work.
However, the Chief Minister has directed the Chief Secretary and different officers for an in depth report as after the state authorities’s illustration to the Union Home Minister, there have been additional rains and extra injury main to requirement of extra funds.
Tamil Nadu Minister for Revenue and Disaster Management, Ok.Ok.S.S.R. Ramachandran instructed IANS: “We have given a presentation to the seven-member central team. They are visiting all the flood-affected areas and during the debriefing session on Wednesday, we will give a detailed presentation requesting more funds than what was sought from the Union Home minister earlier as there were further rains leading to more damage.”