J&K announces Rs 40 cr to tackle corona threat

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By Sarkaritel March 23, 2020 16:42


Srinagar, March 23  In the wake of Coronavirus threat, the Jammu and Kashmir administration on Monday announced to release Rs 40 crore additionally to Deputy Commissioners across the region for preventive measures.

The J&K Government spokesman Rohit Kansal said in a tweet that Rs 40 crore will be released additionally to DCs and Rs one crore to be released for Public Health Engineering (PHE) to augment water supply.

He further said Rs 50 lakh each will be released for Jammu and Srinagar Municipality corporations to support sanitation efforts.

“#COVID19 #JammuAndKashmir #Fightagainst Corona Rs 40 crore to be released additionally to DCs. Rs 1 crore for PHE department to augment water supply. Rs 50 lakhs each for Jammu and Srinagar corporations to support sanitation efforts. Treasuries to function,” Kansal tweeted.

Sarkaritel
By Sarkaritel March 23, 2020 16:42