UP News / Yogi government gave big relief to farmers, they will get so many crores of rupees as compensation due to hail and rain

Zoom News : Mar 05, 2024, 01:40 PM
UP News: Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has given big relief to the farmers of the state. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has approved a sum of Rs 23 crore for 9 districts affected by rain and hail. This amount has been approved as advance for distribution of compensation.

Hail affected districts and sanctioned funds

  • Banda – ₹2 crore
  • Basti – ₹2 crore
  • Chitrakoot – ₹1 crore
  • Jalaun – ₹5 crore
  • Jhansi – ₹ 2 crore
  • Lalitpur – ₹3 crore
  • Mahoba – ₹3 crore
  • Saharanpur – ₹3 crore
  • Shamli – ₹2 crore
What is the whole matter?

It is worth noting that in the past few days there has been a lot of rain in different parts of UP and hail has also occurred at many places. Its direct effect is visible on the crops, due to which farmers are worried. Due to falling temperature and rain and hail, crops of wheat, mustard and potato have suffered a lot.

Meanwhile, the Yogi government has taken this decision to address the concerns of the farmers. In such a situation, an advance amount of Rs 23 crore has been approved for compensation for the 9 districts which have faced problems due to excessive rainfall and hailstorm. With this amount, farmers can be greatly benefited and their losses can also be reduced.

Recently news came out that Yogi government has become a solution to the problems of farmers suffering from natural disaster. Yogi government is continuously conducting survey of damage to crops like mustard, pea, lentil, wheat, gram etc. due to hailstorm and rain. Between February 19 and 28, damage to more than 33 percent of crops has been assessed in more than 150 villages in six districts.

In this, information has been received about more than 45 percent damage in 13 villages of Pailani tehsil of Banda district and much more damage in three villages of Baberu tehsil. The Yogi government is also assessing the damage caused by the rain during this period (19 to 28 February). After the report, Yogi government had given instructions to give compensation to the farmers as soon as possible.