The Direct Administration and Nagpur Municipal Administration team was assigned to survey approximately 114 localities, among which 76 were surveyed, and 38 are yet to be surveyed.
The officials of Direct Administration and civic body employees had to sacrifice their holidays, and weekly offs to complete surveying 114 localities in Nagpur. However, they still failed to meet the extended deadline on 23 September.
The team has surveyed around 76 areas. Still, 38 localities are pending to survey. On 23 September, the Deputy Chief Minister, Ravindra Fadnavis, declared that the team would do the flood survey in 3 days, and later on, the time was extended to 2 October.
A senior official from the team said, “Till Monday, the administration has conducted a survey of 20,735 houses in 76 affected localities“. He further added, “Out of the properties for which panchnamas were completed, around 300 were commercial”.
The Deputy Chief Minister announced financial aid of Rs. 10,000, Rs. 50,000, and Rs. 10,000 for properties, commercial establishments, and kiosk owners. According to the initial announcement, the administration was set to begin distributing compensation starting from 3 October.