Crop loss compensation: Rs 202 crore transferred to compensate for the damage caused by floods and rains

Taking an important decision in the interest of farmers, the Madhya Pradesh government has compensated the loss in the areas affected by floods and excessive rains. compensation transferred. A compensation of Rs 202.64 crore has been given to the farmers on the loss of crops. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that while the arrangements in the urban areas were affected due to excessive rainfall in this monsoon, the farming class in rural areas had to face a lot of difficulties due to excessive rainfall. In this hour of crisis, the state government has left no stone unturned to provide assistance.

In the state, 19 districts were affected by floods and excessive rainfall. These include Vidisha, Sagar, Guna, Raisen, Damoh, Harda, Morena, Agar-Malwa, Balaghat, Bhopal, Ashoknagar, Sehore, Narmadapuram, Sheopur, Chhindwara, Bhind, Rajgarh, Betul and Seoni. The assistance amount of Rs 202 crore 64 lakh was sent to the accounts of their affected farmers with a single click. The affected area of ​​excessive rain and flood affected districts is about 2 lakh 2 thousand 488 hectares.

farmers also joined

Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains and other senior officers were present on the occasion. Collectors and farmers of the affected 19 districts also participated virtually. Chouhan said that the state government is ready to provide assistance to the affected persons at the time of crisis and to provide necessary support to the general public in case of distress. Necessary disaster management was done at the time of floods and heavy rains. Public representatives were also active along with the administration in times of crisis.

help given to farmers

CM Chouhan said that some districts in the state have been affected by excessive rains. The state government made all necessary arrangements in such a situation to ensure that no one died due to excessive rain, while no one had to face any other problems. Where there was a flood situation, people were rescued and taken to relief camps and safer places. After the flood waters receded, the work was done to provide assistance on the damage caused to the farmers. The list was also displayed in the Gram Panchayat after conducting a survey of crop damage.

How many farmers got help

An amount of Rs 43 crore 87 lakh has been distributed earlier for damage to houses and damage to household material and animal loss. Today, assistance amount was transferred in the account of 1 lakh 91 thousand 755 farmers. Money has been deposited in the bank accounts of the beneficiaries. Earlier, the survey work was done by a joint team of officers and employees of Revenue, Agriculture, Horticulture and Panchayat and Rural Development Departments.

CM talked to farmers

Chief Minister Chouhan also discussed with some of the beneficiaries by transferring the relief amount to the affected farmers. These include Manmohan Singh Dangi of Vidisha district, Sanjeev Vishwakarma of Sagar and Ranglal of Guna district. Beneficiaries told that in connection with the survey work, they did not have to make rounds for the approval of the assistance amount. Survey work was completed on time.

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