Pawar’s assertion has come after state Minister of Relief and Rehabilitation Vijay Wadettiwar on Wednesday claimed that the Centre had sanctioned solely Rs 1,100 crore of the Rs 7,700 crore support demanded by the state authorities to cope with damages brought on by varied pure calamities this 12 months.
It was the estimated price of damages that had been brought on by cyclones, unseasonal and very heavy rains, the minister had mentioned.
Speaking to reporters right here, Pawar mentioned, “The Union government should not discriminate between states when it comes to providing financial assistance needed to help people affected by natural calamities. My cabinet colleague Vijay Wadettiwar had said that the dues are worth Rs 8,000 to Rs 9,000 crore.” Earlier on Wednesday, Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole had accused the Narendra Modi authorities of indulging in favouritism and never offering vital assist to the state, which confronted a minimum of three pure calamities within the final one 12 months.
When requested in regards to the Centre informing the Supreme Court that state governments would pay Rs 50,000 to the kin of people that died of COVID-19, Pawar mentioned, “Once the Union government deposits the amount in the state disaster response fund (SDRF), we will make the payments as per the directives.”
Last week, the Centre had knowledgeable the Supreme Court that the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has really helpful that Rs 50,000 be given to the kin of people that died of COVID-19.
It had acknowledged that the ex-gratia help might be supplied by states from the SDRF.