Gujarati video: Rains in Kutch for the fourth consecutive day, farmers are helpless – Gujarati video: Rains in Kutch for the fourth consecutive day, farmers are helpless

by Ana Lopez

Due to the changed weather conditions in Gujarat for the last three days, agriculture is suffering a lot due to rains in Kutch for the fourth consecutive day. It has rained with hail in Gandhidham. So in the villages of Bhachau taluka, the farmers are also troubled by the rain.

Rainy conditions are being observed in Kutch for the fourth consecutive day. It has rained in the villages of Nakhtrana and Lakhpat taluka. In villages including Netra, Matana Madh, Rawapar, Ukheda, the world is troubled by unseasonal rain.

The survey work was conducted in Kutch last day

Survey work has been carried out for crop damage in Kutch. A team has been formed for crop damage caused by unseasonal rains. This team will carry out the survey work in different talukas of Kutch. The survey will be done by the team of Khetiwadi department. In which a report of more than 33 percent damage will be prepared.

Due to the changed weather conditions in Gujarat for the last three days, agriculture is suffering a lot due to rains in Kutch for the fourth consecutive day. It has rained with hail in Gandhidham. So in the villages of Bhachau taluka, the farmers are also troubled by the rain.

Apart from this, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel conducted a comprehensive review of the situation in the state following the unseasonal rains by holding a video conference with the District Collectors from Gandhinagar. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel got the primary details of other losses including loss of quality of ravi crops and damage of summer crops and fruit crops due to this unseasonal rain especially in Amreli, Junagadh as well as Saurashtra-Kutch, Central and North Gujarat.

He also directed the concerned District Collectors to conduct a preliminary survey of agricultural losses in their districts. In this context, the district collectors have deployed teams to survey the damage including crop damage in their district. Detailed details were given. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, while giving guidance to the district collectors, said that it is necessary to conduct the survey in such a way that no injustice is done to anyone in this survey and proper action should be taken for payment as per the rules.

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