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Chennai oil spill: TN seeks Rs. 135.35 crore from insurance companies

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Chennai oil spill: TN seeks Rs. 135.35 crore from insurance companies

Chennai, March 06, 2017 16:02 IST

Updated: March 06, 2017 17:17 IST

The Tamil Nadu government has estimated that fishermen incurred a loss of Rs. 135.35 crore due to the oil spill and its spread on the Chennai coast after two cargo ships collided on January 28 near the Ennore Port, and asked the Director General of Shipping to get funds released from insurance companies.

About 104 km of coastal areas, including the Chennai beaches, were affected by the oil slick and the livelihood of fishermen of Chennai, Tiruvallur and Kancheerpuram districts were hit, Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami said on Monday at a function organised to distribute solatium of Rs. 5,000 each to 30,000 affected fishermen.

The Chief Minister said, “A loss of about Rs. 135.35 crore has been estimated by the State government. A letter has been sent to the Director General of Shipping to get the amount released from insurance companies.”

Mr. Palaniswami said that during his recent visit to New Delhi, he met Union Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari and submitted a memorandum seeking Rs. 75 crore as interim relief to the State for giving solatium to fishermen.

Nearly 5,700 people from various agencies took part in the clean-up operation for 25 days.


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