Joshimath: After the approval of the cabinet, the proposal for the relief package will be sent to the center, the meeting will be held on April 10.

Work has intensified on the relief package to be sent to the Center on topics such as reconstruction of the disaster-hit area of Joshimath town under Chamoli district, rehabilitation of the affected.
The proposal of relief package can be of two and a half to three thousand crore rupees. Intensive churning is going on at the government level regarding this. This proposal will be placed in the state cabinet meeting to be held on 10 April. After the seal of the cabinet, it will be sent to the center.

Exercise intensified regarding the proposal of relief package at the government level:
In the cabinet meeting held earlier under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, it was decided to send the proposal of relief package for Joshimath to the Centre. Now that the survey work including building damage in Joshimath is almost complete, the exercise regarding the proposal of relief package at the government level has intensified.
This was also discussed in the recent meeting of the high powered committee constituted for Joshimath. Now preparations are on to finalize the proposal. On Monday, Chief Secretary Dr SS Sandhu discussed with Disaster Management Secretary Dr Ranjit Sinha regarding the disaster relief package for Joshimath.
According to sources, the points of the relief package have been selected. The proposal will be finalized after one or two rounds of meetings. The proposal for the relief package will be placed before the cabinet. As soon as the green signal is received from there, it will be sent to the center. It is expected that by the end of this month, the state will get a big relief from the Center for Joshimath.

NDMA meeting in Delhi possible today:
A meeting of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) is likely to be held in Delhi on Tuesday regarding Joshimath. In this, discussions will be held with the representatives of the institutions involved in the investigation work in Joshimath in connection with their initial report as well as a permanent solution to the problem. NDMA will share the information with the state only after reaching a conclusion.

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