Central team in Karnataka to assess rain-related damage

Source: PTI | Published on 13th September 2018, 11:47 PM | State News |

Mangaluru: A team of Central government officials was here on Wednesday to assess the damage caused by the recent heavy rains and floods, sources said.

Also, the officials visited Karkala and Kaup in Udupi district, the sources said.

The team held talks with officials at the Dakshina Kannada deputy commissioners office and collected information on the devastation, they said.

On September 14, the officials would visit different areas hit by floods in Dakshina Kannada district, including Mularpatna in Bantwal, Vittal, Subramanya and Gundya, they added.

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