Why the flood insurance scam continues to thrive

India is still reeling from a major flood disaster that hit the country in April, but there are some cases of government bungling in some areas.

The flood insurance scams are a major headache for government departments in the country, and officials are looking to bring in more cash for the insurance sector.

The Government of India (GIS) said in a statement that it will look at the “potential for additional revenue sources” from the flood relief scheme.

There are three different schemes under the flood rescue scheme.

The first is a general flood relief programme, which covers people and property damaged by the floods.

The second is a special flood relief and disaster relief scheme, which includes people and assets that are not directly affected by the disaster.

A third scheme, the Flood Disaster Relief Fund (FDRF), is used for relief and rehabilitation for people and properties affected by natural disasters.

The government is looking to get more cash from the two schemes for the flood sector, and is currently looking at a proposal to increase the Flood Insurance Scheme from Rs1,000 crore to Rs2,000 crores.

In the past, the government has been able to borrow at lower rates from banks.

The BJP government has repeatedly promised to do away with the flood scam, but the claims are still on the rise.

The Congress government has also vowed to tackle the flood crisis and get more flood insurance for the people of the country.

The Congress has said it is prepared to tackle these issues in the Congress-led UPA government, which was in power for just over a year.

The government has announced that the new flood protection scheme will cost Rs4,500 crore, with the first Rs4.5 crore being raised from the people, the Central Government said.