Tamilnadu Dairy minister Mano Thangaraj has said that there will be no interruption in milk supply from tomorrow. Cyclone Michaung in chennai, Thiruvallur, kanchipuram and Chengalpattu districts on Dec. The continuous heavy rains on 3rd and 4th have caused a lot of damage. Especially in chennai, the normal life of the people has been affected as the water is still stagnant in most of the areas. For the past two days, people have been suffering due to non-availability of essential items including milk. In some areas people still lack access to essential items. Meanwhile, Dairy minister Mano Thangaraj said on his twitter page, 'Today the situation has improved. There will be no interruption in milk supply from tomorrow.
So, #NoPanicBuying - Public should avoid stockpiling and buying large quantities of milk in panic mode. That will lead to milk availability to others who need it. government WhatsApp numbers have been announced for NGOs to involve themselves in helping the flood affected people. Chief Secretary Shivdas meena has warned that strict action will be taken if milk and drinking water are sold at extra cost. As 37,000 cubic feet of water is flowing in the chennai Adyar river, there has been a delay in the formation of water. In this regard, Chief Secretary Shivdas meena met the media today.
Speaking at that time, he said, “Food is being provided by boats in the areas affected by the cyclone Michaung. The amount of surplus water released from Chembarambakkam lake has been reduced. workers from other districts are involved in the cleaning work. Food is being distributed to the affected people by helicopter. 4% areas in chennai are not provided with electricity.
As 37,000 cubic feet of water is flowing in Adyar, there has been a delay in the formation of water. 5 lakh liters of milk has not been supplied due to rain. electricity connection was not provided to prevent casualties. Drinking water suppliers should not hoard or sell at high prices. He said that strict action will be taken if essential commodities including milk and vegetables are sold at high prices.