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Updated On 23-10-2018 19:59:55 ISTUpdated On 23-10-20182018-10-23T00:00:00.000Z23-10-2018 2018-10-23T00:00:00.000Z - 2018-10-23T14:29:55.911Z - 23-10-2018
As promised during his rallies, Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan met Governor ESL Narasimhan to update him on the damages caused by ‘Titli’. Pawan shared some of his observations on the aftermath of cyclone 'Titli' which recently created havoc in Srikakulam. He also shared a report detailing the extent of damages caused and methods for compensation for the locals.
Over the past couple of weeks, Pawan had extensively toured the cyclone hit district of Srikakulam and interacted with the locals to understand their grievances. He assured them that he would be meeting Governor and discussing this issue with him. Pawan claimed that the TDP government is using this cyclone as a PR exercise and was not focused on the rehabilitation and compensation of the affected people.
Pawan in his report urged the Governor to provide 100% loan waiver to local farmers as they had barely anything to survive on. He also demanded that the local farmers and people below poverty line to be provided with compensation ration and other essentials for the next 10 years.
Nadendla Manohar who recently joined Janasena party was also present at the meeting. Pawan claimed that he is doing this for the welfare of the people and that there was no politics attached with this meeting.
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