During the cleanliness mission streets were swept clean and debris were cleared off the road. Disinfectants were sprayed though out the city to avoid the risk of any disease.

"Whenever flood hits any state, our first aim is rescue, relief and restoration. We managed to rescue a lot of people. Simultaneously we provided relief, ration, water and medicines because they had lost all their belongings in the floods. We began the restoration work before the spread of disease and dirt," said General Officer Commanding (GOC) Srinagar Sub Area, Major General Ajay Das.

Since flooding, the area has been haunted by the fear of water born diseases due to water logging at several parts of the city, excessive water was removed with the help of special generators so that the streets  could be cleared.

Special medical camps have been set up to check the valley people for diseases like pneumonia, Cholera, malaria, etc

Emergency workers have been battling to prevent waterborne diseases from spreading. Civic authorities have already deployed tippers, robotic arms and excavators, among other machinery alongside hundreds of staff members who have been cleaning roads and garbage.

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