DCM Nitin Patel made a big announcement regarding the damage caused to farmers due to heavy rains
Following the devastation caused by rains in Gujarat, the state government has announced compensation to farmers. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel made the announcement.
Damage from rain will be compensated
Compensation will be given to the farmers if they suffer any loss
Assistance will be provided by the State and Central Governments
It is raining incessantly in Gujarat. Which is causing loss to the farmers. In this regard, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said that there was good rain in the state at the beginning. However, the latter received heavy losses due to heavy rains. It will be compensated. The damage to the farmers will be surveyed and assistance will be provided by the state and central government according to the damage.
120 per cent average rainfall in the state so far
The incessant rains in the state are unchanged. The state has received an average rainfall of 120 per cent so far. Kutch is receiving an average rainfall of 251.66 per cent. The relief commissioner then kept on informing that the situation in the state was under complete control. There are 13 teams of NDRF and 2 teams of SDRF deployed in the state.
While the other 11 teams of NDRF-SDRF are on standby. In addition, 154 reservoirs in the state are on high alert. While 12 reservoirs are on alert and 12 reservoirs are on warning. Continuous rains have overflowed 62 rivers and 78 large lakes in the state.