Home Minister Amit Shah Image Credit source: PTI
The Home Minister of the country has announced a master plan for the safety of the country from fire, flood and landslides on the mountains. Amit Shah has announced more than Rs 8000 crore for the three schemes announced under Sake. Under these schemes, fire brigade services will be advanced in all the states of the country. Flood situation will be rectified in 7 major cities of the country. Along with this, it will cover the prevention of landslides in 17 states of the country. Addressing the meeting of Disaster Management Ministers of States and Union Territories, Shah also appealed to ensure that there is no loss of life due to any disaster anywhere in the country.
Where and how much money was distributed?
He said that for fire brigade services advancement and expansion, assistance of about Rs 5,000 crore would be given to all the states. At the same time, to reduce the risk of floods in urban areas, Rs 2,500 crore will be given in seven major cities of Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Pune. He said that about Rs 825 crore would be given by the central government to deal with landslides in 17 states. The Home Minister said that everyone’s target is that no one should die due to any disaster.
NDMA visited these states
He said that all of us together, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, all the Chief Ministers are working on the ground. We have to do more work and move forward. Shah said the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has visited the states where the seven nuclear power stations are being built and it has sent a strict protocol to these states to be adopted to avoid any eventuality of a potential disaster. Can go