Cyclonic storm 'Fani' made landfall along the Odisha coast on May 3.
"The total loss to the public properties and requirement of funds for relief measures have been estimated at Rs. 9336.26 crore," a state government official said on June 6.
According to the Special Relief Commissioner (SRC), different departments assessed the loss to public properties to be Rs.6643.63 crore, and an amount of Rs.2692.63 crore is required for relief measures for the affected people.
The state government said Rs.1357.14 crore has been released by it to various districts and departments towards disaster response.
A thorough assessment of the situation in 20,367 villages was made in the aftermath of the cyclone. As many as 1.6 crore people and 1.88 lakh hectares of crop areas were affected, it said.
"A total of 5,56,761 houses have either been fully or severely or partially damaged. 64 people lost their lives and 12 people received grievous injuries. 2650 large animals, 3631 small animals, and 53,26,905 poultry birds have been lost," it added.
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