Mamta Banerjee expresses concerns about, Loss of one lakh crore against interim funding of 1,000 crores.

Mamta Banerjee commented on West Bengal’s package of thousand crores received from the central government which is less for repairing the loss happened due to cyclone.



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West Bengal’s Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee discussed in detail the loss caused due to the cyclone with Prime Minister Narendra Modi after conducting an aerial survey of the Amphan affected areas.
After holding a review meeting with PM Modi, CM Mamta Banerjee told that West Bengal has undergone a major loss of more than one lakh crore rupees due to the cyclone.  The Central Government will immediately assist one thousand crore rupees for the damage caused by the storm of Amphan to West Bengal.
Mamta Banerjee told that PM Modi also told in detail that in this hour of crisis ‘We all should work together.’ But the announcements have not yet been constructive as this lacks the authenticity of the action, PM calls it to be ‘interim’.
She further adds to the uncertainty and told that he has only announced a grant of Rs 1000 crore from the Emergency Fund, but did not clarify whether it would be an advance or a package. He said that he would take a decision later but he said it could also be an advance. She confirmed his statement and responded to his decision, said to provide the details of the state as and when required.


What did Prime Minister Narendra Modi say with the announcement of the relief package?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday announced interim assistance of Rs 1,000 crore to cyclone-affected West Bengal. In a video message after reviewing the situation in Basirhat in North 24 Parganas district along with Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Modi paid two lakh rupees to the family of people who lost their lives in the grip of cyclone Amphan and 50 thousand to the injured. 
There is massive damage to infrastructure, public and private property in North and South 24 Parganas, East and West Midnapore, Kolkata, Howrah, and Hooghly districts, Modi said, “I announce interim assistance of Rs 1000 crore to the state.”. Apart from houses, a detailed assessment of damage to agriculture, electricity, and other sectors will be done. He said, “In this time of crisis and despair, the whole country and center is with the people of Bengal.”


What did Mamata Banerjee say before the survey with PM Modi?


West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday said that the disaster in the state is more than any national disaster, before taking an aerial tour of the cyclone-affected areas in West Bengal with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. So far 80 people have lost their lives due to cyclone in the state.
Banerjee said that it would take time for the situation to normalize as the cyclone caused havoc in about seven to eight districts in Bengal and around 60 percent of the state’s population was affected by it.
Mamata, who arrived at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport to receive PM Modi, told reporters that it was more than a natural disaster. she has never seen such devastation in my life. 60 percent of the population of West Bengal is affected by this. More than six crore people are directly affected by it.
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He said, “It will take time for the situation to return to normal … It is a catastrophic disaster. All our officials and ministers are making efforts. The police are also continuously working.

Face three challenges

We face three challenges: Lockdown, Covid-19, and now a disaster. The villages are completely devastated.
He also said, “Phone services have come to a standstill. My landline is working but my mobile phone is not working.
Things are worse.” He said that President Ram Nath Govind had also called him to get information about the situation. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has also offered help. Mamta said that she will also visit some more places on Saturday

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