In Madhya Pradesh an Inter-Ministerial Central Study Team led by Sunil Kumar Barnwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, to assess the damage caused by heavy rains and floods in the state suggested to develop the houses completely destroyed by the floods as a model town at a suitable place.
AIR Correspondent reports, the central team asked officials to repair the roads damaged due to excessive rain at the earliest.
So that the transport system will be able to operate smoothly again.
The central team observed that Sheopur was the most affected, but it is satisfying that no diseases have spread due to floods here.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that efforts are being made to restore and also improve the infrastructure affected in the flood-affected districts on war footing.
As many as 2,444 villages of 9 districts have been badly affected by floods and excessive rainfall.