Amit Shah dials up Stalin, enquires about Cyclone damages, promises all help


Chennai, Dec 5 (UNI)- Union Home Minister Amit Shah called up Tamil Nadu Chief Minster M.K.Stalin to enquire about the damages caused due to Cyclone Michaung and promised to offer full support to the state in relief and rescue works.

An official release said during the telephonic talk, Mr Stalin explained about the damages caused by the Cyclone and the relief works being undertaken by the government in Chennai, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallurand Chengalpattu district.

Mr Stalin also informed the Union Minister that personnel from the NDRF along with the State government and police officials were jointly involved in relief works.

Mr Stalin also urged Mr Amit Shah to despatch additional NDRF personnel to the state for relief operations. He also said after estimating the damages caused by the cyclone, necessary assistance would be sought from the Union Government.

Accepting Mr Stalin’s request, Mr Amit Shah promised that the Centre would offer all support to the state government in the relief works.

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