Amit Shah in NDRF: Now no matter how big the storm, ‘Hum sambhal lenge’; Amit Shah needs – Marathi News | Now no matter how big the storm, we can handle it; Amit Shah Amit Shah at the annual conference on Capacity Building for Disaster Response-2022 at Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi MIGMG News

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New Delhi: The country has been plagued by skyrocketing crises for the past few years. One such disaster after another is coming. Kashmir became Kerala, here Gujarat became UP, Bihar, West Bengal. But NDRF alone solves half of our worries, said Union Home Minister Amit Shah, praising the disaster management forces.

When we get an alert for any crisis and when we realize that NDRF and SDRF are in trouble, half of our worries are over. Because we now believe that NDRF will handle all the crises. Shah was addressing the annual conference on capacity building for disaster response.

The NDRF has now made a name for itself in the field of natural disasters around the world. Despite frequent visits to neighboring countries, the force has maintained its humanity. Modi had started NDMA and NDMP in 2016. The central government is constantly working on all kinds of crises. So far, SDRFs have been set up in 26 states and Union Territories, Shah said.

Nothing happens because the country has resources or by doing research. So actually a force is needed to implement the research. NDRF is doing commendable work for this. The 2001 Gujarat earthquake claimed thousands of lives. It also saw a super cyclone in Orissa in 1999, which killed thousands. Today, we have become so capable because of NDRF that we will face any hurricane now, said Amit Shah.

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