Gandhinagar: Order to submit report of damage caused by unseasonal rain within a week
Gandhinagar News: According to preliminary estimates, standing crops of cotton, castor and tuvar spread over three to four lakh hectares in the state have been affected due to rain.
Gandhinagar News: It has been ordered to hand over the report of the damage to the agricultural crops due to unseasonal rain within a week. The damage survey will be completed within a week and the report will be submitted to the Chief Minister. Agriculture Minister Raghavji Patel has given a clear order to the officials in this regard. An order has been given to conduct a survey on a priority basis in the places where more unseasonal rains have occurred. The Agriculture Minister has ordered a review meeting on crop damage caused by unseasonal rains.
According to preliminary estimates, standing crops of cotton, castor and tuvar spread over three to four lakh hectares in the state have been affected due to rain. Unseasonal rains have caused huge losses to farmers. Farmers are devastated. Crops including cotton, wheat, chickpea, sorghum, onion, chilli have been severely damaged. Farmers’ worries have increased.
After unseasonal rains in Gujarat, the cold has increased. Traffic was affected due to low visibility. A rosy chill was felt with the mist and many places had a delightful view. The state has witnessed cold spell with wind.
Farmers are ready to bear the brunt of Mavtha again
The Meteorological Department has again predicted rain. On Thursday and Friday, the state may receive heavy rain. d. There is a possibility of flooding in Surat, Navsari, Dang, Tapi of Gujarat. Unseasonal rain is likely in Saurashtra’s Amreli, Bhavnagar, Sangh Pradesh’s Daman, Dadranagar Haveli are forecasted to rain. Along with the rain, the intensity of the cold will also increase. The minimum temperature will drop by two to three degrees in the state.
Weather expert Ambalal Patel’s big prediction has come out. Weather expert Ambalal Patel said that Mawtha will not leave the chase yet. There will be hail and bone-chilling cold. Western Disturbances will occur from December 2 to 4. Western disturbances will follow one after the other. Western disturbances also have global implications. He has predicted heavy rains in South India from December 2 to 16. Heavy cyclone will occur in Bay of Bengal from 2nd to 4th December. The cyclone will continue till December 8. Due to the cyclone, there will be rain in the south-eastern parts. Moist winds will merge with western disturbances. There will be cloudy weather and rain. There may be rain with strong winds and hail. There will be heavy snowfall in the mountainous region of the north. Ambalal Patel said that there will be western disturbances from December 2 to 16. Another Western Disturbance will occur from December 19 to 22. There will be heavy snowfall in the mountainous region of North. The state will experience freezing cold. From 9th to 16th December there will be freezing cold