The fund will assist the state authorities to make preparations to take care of all sorts of pure calamities, together with excessive rainfall and floods, famines and droughts, fireplace outbreaks, earthquakes, unseasonal rainfall and hailstorms amongst others, the spokesman added.
According to the officers of the Revenue Department, the state acquired Rs 3,729 crore within the final 5 years on the advice of the 14th Finance Commission. “Now, the 15th Finance Commission has recommended funds four times more than the previous allocated amount,” the official added.
“The 15th Finance Commission has approved a sum of Rs 2,578 crore for 2021-22, Rs 2,707 crore for 2022-23, Rs 2,842 crore for 2023-24, Rs 2,985 crore for 2024-25 and Rs 3,134 crore for 2025-26,” the official added.
According to the official, Uttar Pradesh will get the utmost quantity beneath Disaster Response Fund after Maharashtra, which can get Rs 23,737 crore in 5 years. UP, however, will get Rs 14,246 crore, the official added.
The share of centre and state in catastrophe danger administration will stay the identical as up to now –75:25. The Central authorities will give Rs 10,685 crore to UP within the subsequent 5 years, whereas the UP authorities will contribute Rs 3,561 crore to it, the official added.