Mumbai: In the wake of unseasonal downpours and hailstorms lashing Maharashtra since Sunday, the legislature on Wednesday reported a remuneration bundle of Rs 200 crore for agriculturists who endured harm to standing products.
“A prompt guide bundle of Rs 200 crore has been cleared by the administration to be dispensed according to existing standards and different parameters,” said Agriculture Minister Pandurang Fudkar.
“The administration will ask for the Center to clear the sum even as the last reports from all areas are normal in a few days,” he included.
Fundkar said by the preparatory study reports, agribusiness create in more than 190,000 hectares was harmed or obliterated, hitting around 1,800 towns in no less than 11 regions of Vidarbha, Marathwada and encompassing territories.
While speculative reports of the misfortunes of in numerous hailstorm-hit regions had been gotten, the last give an account of misfortunes due to unseasonal rains in Buldhana, Nanded, Bhandara, Gadchiroli, Chandrapur and Wardha was normal by Friday, he included.
The issue was likewise examined in the bureau meeting directed by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. The pay will extend between Rs 6,800 and Rs 13,500 for every hectare for oats and between Rs 23,300 and Rs 40,000 for organic products or agriculture, on the off chance that they are guarantee.
For those whose harvests are not protected, the ranchers would get a help of Rs 18,000 for every hectare, the priest said. The regular disaster that struck on Sunday has so far guaranteed four lives, other than numerous littler creatures, winged animals and fowl.happy wheels
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