By Accommodation Times Bureau
Those who have completely lost their homes in the flood disaster will be constructed under the leadership of Co-operative Department to understand the needs of the beneficiaries and their interests will be realized, Minister Kadakampally Surendran said on September 11.
The minister was inaugurating the one-day workshop of technical and social experts to discuss the implementation of the care home project, which was constructed as a part of the Care Kerala project. 115 students from Habitat and Costford were attending the workshops, including students and teachers from engineering colleges in various districts of Kerala. The workshop organized a workshop in association with Killa.
At the meeting held at Jawahar Cooperative House was everyone was gathered.
The presentation of various types of home models, which can be constructed in the disaster-affected areas during the technical session after the conference. The next phase will be followed by a meeting that includes all the examples presented and added by consumers from each district. The instruction was also given to the students of the engineering college. The cooperative will spend Rs 5 lakh each for the construction of 1,500 people.
In the floods, 10,6790 houses were damaged and were cleaned and cleaned. Panchayat Deputy Director was co-ordinated with local bodies. There are about 400 houses to be cleaned and 150 houses are closed, officials said.