Former MLA Kunal raised voice to help flood affected people, administration active on instructions of Chief Minister
By Neha Jha
The case of Kalyan Nagar of Jamshedpur and Pratappur village of Behragoda
In East Singhbhum district due to incessant rains, the general public is busy. People living in coastal areas have been particularly affected. Due to increase in the water level of the river, houses of many villages and settlements have been submerged. In the midst of Corona catastrophe, this natural disaster has become a bitter-like situation on Neem. Expressing concern over this, Bharatiya Janata Party State Spokesperson cum Bahragowda former MLA Kunal Shadangi drew attention to the Jharkhand government and East Singhbhum district administration with his tweet for ensuring initiative for the flood affected people. On Wednesday late night, the former MLA intervened on the tweet request of local Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad activist Jyotirmoy Das. He urged the government to provide relief to the families of the 27 flood-hit families in Pratappur village of Behragowda. Within just fifteen minutes of his tweet, the Chief Minister of the state, Hemant Soren, issued orders related to providing relief to the affected families. After this, the team of East Singhbhum district administration also took cognizance. Since Thursday morning, the relief team of the district administration has visited Pratappur village and engaged in relief work for the help of 27 flood-affected families.
Second case, BJP state spokesperson Kunal Shadhangi asked the Jharkhand government and District Deputy Commissioner Suraj Kumar to seek immediate intervention and cognizance of relief to the affected people due to the submerged houses of Kalyan Nagar adjacent to Bhuiyandih in the Eastern Assembly of Jamshedpur. requested. Former MLA Kunal Shadhangi had also shared a video clip of submerged settlements and affected people from the rising water level of the river in Kalyan Nagar, which can be used to assess the magnitude of the situation. On this, District Deputy Commissioner Suraj Kumar took cognizance that the disaster control team of the district administration is engaged in relief and rescue work since late night. DC said that work is being done to provide relief material to the affected people and the administration is keeping an eye on the flood affected areas.