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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, chaired a high-level meeting immediately on return from Maharashtra this evening, to review the status of relief and rescue operations in areas affected by Cyclone Hudhud.The Prime Minister shall be visiting Vizag tomorrow for a first-hand assessment of the situation there. He shall also take an aerial view of the affected parts of Odisha.

The Prime Minister was briefed on the extent of destruction, including the damage to infrastructure such as roads, railway lines, buildings, power and telecommunication lines. He was also given an overview of the status of relief operations and steps taken to ensure supply of essential commodities including food, drinking water and fuel. He was informed that the extent of damage to standing crops shall be assessed over the next few days.

The Prime Minister, instructed top officials of the Union Government to continue to work closely with the affected states to ensure that there are no bottlenecks in relief and rescue work. He also emphasized the need to document learnings from this cyclone, and to put in place more precise drills and disaster management plans involving all stakeholders, especially in areas which are prone to such disasters.

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PM Modi, PM Jugnauth to jointly inaugurate India-assisted Social Housing Units project in Mauritius
January 19, 2022
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Mauritius Pravind Kumar Jugnauth will jointly inaugurate the India-assisted Social Housing Units project in Mauritius virtually on 20 January, 2022 at around 4:30 PM. The two dignitaries will also launch the Civil Service College and 8MW Solar PV Farm projects in Mauritius that are being undertaken under India’s development support.

An Agreement on extending a US$ 190 mn Line of Credit (LoC) from India to Mauritius for the Metro Express Project and other infrastructure projects; and MoU on the implementation of Small Development Projects will also be exchanged.