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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Minister Kedar inspected the damaged areas

  • Announcement of giving 4 lakhs to the relatives of the deceased

Nagpur. Due to unseasonal rain and hailstorm, the crops of farmers of many villages of the district have suffered a lot. Animal Promotion, Milk Business Development, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Sunil Kedar visited and inspected the damaged areas on Thursday. On this occasion, Minister Kedar met the relatives of Hemant Roshan Nivate, who died in the natural calamity, by giving his first gift to Bokhara village of the district. consoled them.

The deceased youth used to distribute milk, due to which apart from giving cow and buffalo to his family through the scheme of Animal Promotion Department, Minister Kedar also announced to give Rs 4 lakh as a grace grant. Minister Kedar instructed the Group Development Officer and Tehsildar to approve Gotha for cattle from the government scheme. Apart from this, the police department was also informed to take immediate action.

Orders for Panchnama

The minister ordered the immediate Panchnama of the tehsils of the district where farmers have suffered losses due to natural calamities, by the state government. While conducting the survey, the farmers who have suffered losses in the true sense, should get help. Along with this, Minister Kedar gave orders to survey the poor and slum people who have also suffered losses.

visited these areas

In this tour, Minister Kedar visited Bokhara, Gumthala, Bailwara of Nagpur Tehsil, Gumthi, Lonkhairi of Kamathi Tehsil, Dahegaon (R) of Savner Tehsil, Itgaon of Parshivani Tehsil, Bhagimahari, Jamuniya of Ramtek Tehsil, Tuyapar, Ghoti, Phuljhari of these villages. Visited and took stock of the situation there.

Cotton, wheat, gram, tur, groundnut, vegetable, orange and tomato have suffered a lot of damage in an area of ​​7,431 hectares in the district. 8,334 account holders have primary information about this unseasonal rain. The maximum loss of this unseasonal rain has been the loss of about one and a half thousand hectares of tur crop. Minister Kedar assured to do the Panchnama of these areas immediately and compensate them for the damage at the earliest. In this tour, he was accompanied by Zilla Parishad Vice President Sumitra Kumbhare, JIP Agriculture Chairman Tapeshwar Vaidya, ZIP members Kunda Raut, Prakash Khapre, Raju Kusumbe, Dudharam Savwalke, Shanta Kumre, Deputy Divisional Officer Indira Chaudhary, District Superintendent Agriculture Officer Milind Shende, former Zip President Suresh Bhoyar and Chairman, members of PNS were prominently present.

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