Rain has become a disaster for farmers. From Saurashtra to South Gujarat and North Gujarat, floods have occurred, which has turned the tide on the hard work of farmers.
The state has been witnessing unseasonal rains for over a week now. Rain has become a disaster for farmers. From Saurashtra to South Gujarat and North Gujarat, floods have occurred, which has turned the tide of farmers’ hard work. Farmers from Saurashtra to North Gujarat and South Gujarat have suffered huge losses.
The unseasonal rains have turned the tide on the farmers’ hard work
Crops including wheat, castor and cumin have been damaged in Dhoraji and Surendranagar. In Navsari, horticultural crops such as mango and chiku have been affected due to drought. On the other hand, unseasonal rains have caused devastation in Sabarkantha as well. So farmers are now hoping for compensation from the government.
Rainy conditions are being seen in Gujarat due to worsten dustburns. Mawtha and standing crops have been destroyed by hailstorms everywhere in Gujarat. In addition, Director of Meteorological Department Manorama Mohanty has predicted that there is a possibility of rain in Gujarat for the next 3-4 days. The state will receive light rain from tomorrow. Rain is also likely in Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar. There is a chance of light rain on March 24. There is no chance of heat for the next 4 days