FANI: Relief camps, community kitchens by Indian Navy in Odisha’s Puri

Puri: In order to provide succor to those in immediate need of assistance at most affected villages around Puri in the aftermath of extreme severe cyclone FANI, Indian Navy continues the Relief Operation with 3 ships using their integral helicopters.

The helicopters have been utilized for airdropping food packets in areas which are inundated and inaccessible by road. In addition, Relief Camp and Community Kitchen at Pentakota village in Puri catering for 1000 persons have been set up.

Around 5000 litres of potable water was supplied to Chattragad village using water bowser from INS Chilka. Supply of another 5000 litres bottled water is being augmented from Visakhapatnam by road which is expected to reach the Relief camp site by midnight today.

In order to render medical assistance, Naval Medical Teams have set up Medical Camps at four locations at Chattraged and Jankia villages. About 150 persons have been provided medical assistance and medicines were distributed to those in need.

The medical team also sensitized the villages on preventive measures to avoid water-borne diseases and discussed other health related issues. The teams also assisted in distribution of food to the stranded villagers affected by the cyclone.

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