HighlightsHe held a meeting at the Government Rest House in Nanded today to review the damage done to the agricultural sector due to heavy rains.
Nanded: Heavy rains have caused severe damage to agriculture and farmers. The state government stands with all its might behind the farmers. Punchnama has been completed at the government level and now three days ago there was heavy rain again. His panchnama is also underway. The district administration has been directed to complete the panchnama at the battle level as soon as possible and submit a report to the government. It has also been asked to use drones in time. We will help the farmers by completing the panchnama as soon as possible, assured Vijay Vadettiwar, Minister of State for Relief and Rehabilitation.
He held a meeting at the Government Rest House in Nanded today to review the damage done to the agricultural sector due to heavy rains. Come to this meeting. Amar Rajurkar, b. Mohanrao Humberde, b. Balaji Kalyankar, former Minister of State d. P. Dr. Sawant, Collector Vipin Itankar, Zilla Parishad Chief Executive Officer Varsha Thakur, Public Works Department Superintendent Engineer Avinash Dhondge, District Superintendent Agriculture Officer Ravi Shankar Chalvade and other senior officials were present.
It is unfortunate to say that these years will be years of natural calamities. With the exception of parts of Maharashtra from Konkan to Vidarbha, farmers have had to endure a lot. The cyclone in the Konkan first caused a lot of damage there. For this, the state government raised Rs. 700 crore. In view of the present loss, we have requested the Central Government to help. They have also been informed about it in writing. “We are ready to help the farmers at our level and we will take out loans even if it is time to do so, but we will help the farmers,” he said. He said that all the ministers of the state government today went to the farms in the respective districts and stood with the farmers for help.
Collector Dr. Vipin Itankar reviewed the damage caused by heavy rains in the district. MLA Amar Rajurkar said that apart from agriculture, a large number of rural roads and small bridges have been washed away in Nanded district. MLA Mohan Humberde demanded that the state government should stand by the farmers with all its might and cooperate with them. MLA Balaji Kalyankar pointed out to the Relief and Rehabilitation Minister that soybean growers have been hit the hardest in the district and sorghum and other crops have also been lost.
Meanwhile, the Minister for Relief and Rehabilitation met the Heads of Departments at the Rest House on the night of October 17 to review the damage in the district. He re-convened the meeting on the morning of October 18 and discussed the matter with the people’s representatives and the administration.
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