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Government To Replace 'Lost, Damaged' Passports Of Chennai Flood Victims For Free

New Delhi; Dec.7:  Government on Monday announced that fresh passports will be issued free of cost if damaged in floods. In a tweet, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said: "If your passport is lost or damaged in floods, go to any of three PSKs in Chennai. They will issue u fresh passport free of charge."

This news comes as a major relief for the Chennaites, who are facing a massive lose of property among other valuables due to the deluge and the resulting floods.

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