United India Insurance donates Rs 1 crore to CM’s flood relief fund

United India Insurance donates Rs 1 crore for JK flood relief
United India Insurance donates Rs 1 crore for JK flood relief

Srinagar: The United India Insurance Company this afternoon presented a cheque of Rs. 1 crore to Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for flood-affected people of the State.

The Chief Minister while thanking the company expressed the hope that more and more corporate companies and well off people in the economy sector will whole-heartedly donate to the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister’s flood relief fund for rehabilitation of flood sufferers.

Earlier, the Chief Minister monitored the measures under implementation for restoration of public services and relief and rehabilitation of flood affected people at a meeting here this morning. “It may be mentioned here that the Chief Minister holds the monitoring meetings daily in the morning and the evening to oversee the functioning of the different department’s viz-a-viz restoration of services and reaching out to affected people for relief and rehabilitation of flood affected families,” an official statement mentioned.

He receives brief from administrative secretaries and the heads of the departments on the pace of the rehabilitation and relief process besides ascertaining the ground situation on the subject, the statement added.