Cyclone shelter constructed at a cost of Rs 2.45 crore: Here are the details

Cyclone shelter constructed at a cost of Rs 2.45 crore: Here are the details

June 19: Revenue Minister R V Deshpande inaugurated the cyclone shelter which was constructed at the Government Model Higher Primary School at Kaup on Tuesday. This cyclone centre was constructed with World Bank funds at an estimated cost of Rs 2.45 crore.
While addressing the gathering the minister said that two shelters were built in Udupi at approximately Rs 5.05 crore. To shift the victims of cyclone and other natural calamities, a 45-km road will be laid in the districts. The work to develop 15 beach roads, a bridge at Manooru and a connecting road to the bridge has been taken up at Rs 13.5 crore. The work on the cyclone shelter began in January 2018. It is a multi-purpose building. When not in use for victims of natural calamities, the building can be converted into a school.
The centre has separate rooms for men and women along with separate toilet facilities. Along with this arrangement has been made for a kitchen. A total of 750 cyclone victims can be accommodated in the building. There are separate facilities for senior citizens and specially abled people on the ground floor. A well was sunk to supply water to the shelter. In addition, an overhead tank and an underground sump were constructed to store water. Rooftop solar panels were installed to supply power.

 

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