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Rs 15 Crore Donation To Odisha From Andhra Pradesh

Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nara Chandrababu Naidu has announced Rs 15 crore donation to Odisha state from Andhra Pradesh which is severely hit by Cyclone Fani. Chandrababu Naidu also requested to all the other states in India to come forward and give donations to restore severely damaged Odisha.

As we were aware that the Odisha government on Friday thanked the Andhra Pradesh government for its timely support through Real-Time Governance Society (RTGS) which helped minimise loss to properties and human lives in the super cyclone Fani.

CM Chandrababu Naidu also said Real-Time Governance Society RTGS system was instrumental in reducing the loss of property and life during disaster time. “The inputs of RTGS were very accurate and by sharing the information with other states, this has helped to take relieve measures very much in advance that eventually reduced the heavy loss of life,”

Currently, disaster management and relief works are going on a brisk pace in Andhra Pradesh north coastal districts under the supervision of visionary Nara Chandrababu Naidu.

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