The Revenue and Disaster Management Department of Chhattisgarh Government has allotted an quantity of Rs 70 crore 52 lakh from the State Disaster Fund to offer monetary grant help to the dependents of the individuals who died attributable to Kovid-19. Revenue Department Secretary and Relief Commissioner Ms. Rita Shandilya has issued a letter to all of the district collectors of the state and directed them to make sure the distribution of grant-in-aid via DBT or the checking account of the beneficiary dependent as per the directions.
In the quantity allotted by the Department of Revenue and Disaster Management to offer grant-in-aid to the dependents of individuals who died of Kovid-19, Rs 16 crore 48 lakh for Raipur district, Rs 2 crore 86 lakh for Dhamtari, one crore for Gariaband. Two lakh rupees, one crore 91 lakh 50 thousand rupees for Mahasamund and two crore 47 lakh rupees have been allotted for Balodabazar district.
Similarly, for Durg district, Rs. 9 crore 43 lakh 50 thousand, for Rajnandgaon, Rs. two crore 70 lakh 50 thousand, for Balod, Rs. 2 crore 8 lakh, for Bemetara, one crore 24 lakh and for Kabirdham district, one crore 40 lakh has been allotted. Rs 6 crore 33 lakh 50 thousand for Bilaspur, Rs 5 crore 13 lakh 50 thousand for Raigarh, Rs 3 crore 4 lakh for Korba, Rs 4 crore 37 lakh 50 thousand for Janjgir-Champa, Rs 87 lakh 50 thousand for Mungeli Rs.76 lakh 50 thousand have been allotted for Rs. and Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi.
One crore 28 lakh 50 thousand rupees have been allotted for Surguja district. 92 lakh 50 thousand rupees have been allotted for Korea district, one crore 17 lakh 50 thousand rupees for Surajpur, 62 lakh rupees for Balrampur and one crore 11 lakh 50 thousand rupees for Jashpur district. Similarly, Rs.98 lakh 50 thousand for Bastar district, Rs.52 lakh for Kondagaon, Rs.12 lakh 50 thousand for Dantewada, Rs.10 lakh 50 thousand for Sukma, Rs.1 crore 17 lakh for Kanker, 7 for Narayanpur. Rs.50 lakh and Rs.29 lakh have been allotted for Bijapur district.