Mumbai: Latest updates - CM Uddhav Thackeray's visit to flood-hit parts in western Maharashtra cancelled due to bad weather

03:06 PM Jul 26, 2021 | FPJ Web Desk

Maharashtra to set up NDRF-style mechanism in flood-affected districts

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said that due to the recurrence of floods in the state, a separate NDRF-style mechanism will be set up in all the flood-affected districts.

As per the Chief Minister's office, the Thackeray during his visit to flood-affected Chiplun said that a financial review of the flood damage in the state will be carried out in a couple of days.


He also directed the concerned District Collectors to immediately provide food, medicine, clothes and other necessities to the flood victims.


(With inputs from agencies)

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National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel rescue a dog from the rooftop of a hotel in Shiroli area of flood-hit Kolhapur district in Maharashtra

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Six NDRF teams have been deployed in Kolhapur. We evacuated around 1,500 people yesterday. We're working with civil & district administration. Water level has reduced by 2 ft, but is still at danger level: NDRF Assistant Commandant Vikram in Kolhapur, Maharashtra

Maharashtra | It's good that we're able to rescue & shift people from floods, especially girls & women. We have rescued sick men & pregnant women. A women rescue team is needed as we can shift small kids & mothers more efficiently," says KDRF official Shubhangi Madhukar Gharare

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Fake degree case against woman who alleged harassment at Raut’s behest: Complainant not residing at given address since 2 years

Mumbai: Gurdeep Kaur Harinder Singh, who filed a complaint against the woman who has alleged harassment at the behest of Shiv Sena Member of Parliament Sanjay Raut, has not been residing at her given address in the complaint since last two years.

On April 24, 2021, Singh filed a complaint with Bandra police station alleging that the woman had fabricated her doctorate certificate. A 36-year-old woman had filed three complaints against Raut at the Vakola police station between 2013 and 2019 alleging she was being stalked and harassed at Raut’s behest.

The woman has filed a petition before the Bombay High Court seeking the FIR against her to be quashed, and has sought bail till the petition is decided.

Rescue operation at landslide-hit Taliye village in Maharashtra's Raigad has officially ended.

A total of 164 people have lost their lives in Maharashtra floods till now, while 100 people are still missing.

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