The United Nations (UN) has once again feared an attack by the locust. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, the locust party may attack once again in Pakistan, Gujarat and Rajasthan. Sindh Agriculture Department has issued an alert about it a day ago on Monday in its area. A spokesperson for the department has said that locusts may once again attack the low-lying area of Sindh and the coast of Balochistan.
Locust teams will pass through Gujarat, Rajasthan
The FAO of the UN has asked for surveys in Sindh and Baluchischan to be alerted in time about the presence of locusts. The Provincial Agriculture Department has done a lot of tweeting related to it. According to this twit, locusts will enter Sindh from the winds flowing from India towards Gujarat and Rajasthan towards Sindh.
It states that South Western Asia has no fear from Africa and the Arab region. However, locusts may enter from Rajasthan and Gujarat towards Sindh in the next 24 hours.
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Locust attack took place a few months ago
Even before this during lockdown a few months ago, many parts of the country were affected by grasshopper attacks. The terror of the locust remained for several days and caused great damage. At that time, their terror came here with the winds coming to India from Pakistan. At that time locust parties in the country first attacked in Rajasthan and after this they had damaged crops in Punjab, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
At that time India, Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan adopted a common strategy to deal with the outbreak of locust parties. Locust crews have been the cause of trouble for the region for the last three decades.
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