Mumbai: Maharashtra Government has announced immediate relief of ten thousand rupees per family and foodgrains to the flood affected people in Konkan and Western Maharashtra.
Rescue operations in Raigad district has now been called off, but continued in other districts.
As an immediate relief, Maharashtra Government will provide Rs. 10 thousand per family to flood affected people in Konkan and Western Maharashtra.
Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Vadettiwar announced that food grains of five thousand rupees will also be provided.
Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar announced that a separate package will be announced soon.
After requests from local citizens, a rescue operation in Taliye village of Raigad district was called off.
But relief and rescue operations in other districts are going on.
25 teams of NDRF, three teams of SDRF, three teams of army and two teams of Coast Guard are working to help affected people.
Death toll due to flood has increased to 192 and 25 persons are still missing.
Around 2.30 lakh citizens are shifted to safer locations in various districts.
Flood situation has improved in Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sangli, Kolhapur and Satara.
Traffic on Pune-Bengaluru National Highway is also resumed for small vehicles.
Public Works Minister Ashok Chavan has asked officials to survey situation of roads and bridges and submit a report at the earliest. 

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