For the third day in a row, unseasonal rains have fallen in the state. Due to which a monsoon-like atmosphere has been created. The drizzle has created a Shravan-like atmosphere in the state. While standing crops and fodder in the fields have been damaged.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has made a big statement about the damage done to farmers’ crops due to unseasonal rains. In Walia, Bharuch, the Chief Minister said that compensation would be paid to the farmers after surveying the damage caused due to unseasonal rains.
Speaking on the ongoing peasant agitation in Delhi, he said, “Opposition parties are baking political bread under the pretext of peasant agitation. The failure of the India Dam shows this.”
The agricultural laws of the central government are in favor of the farmers. He further said that even in the Corona period, the state government has completed all the schemes and ongoing works on time without any delay. We have realized the mantra of ‘development wherever human beings are by meeting the basic needs of the people’. Continuous rains during the monsoon caused severe damage to farmers’ crops including sesame, groundnut, and cotton.
It is not even the key yet and the world is in a state of anxiety as it is raining as soon as winter crops are planted there. The current non-seasonal rains are expected to damage wheat and chickpea crops.
The state will get two more days of unseasonal rains. Saurashtra and South Gujarat are likely to receive normal rainfall today. Rain is forecast in Surat, Navsari, Valsad, Tapi, Bharuch, Sangh Pradesh Daman, Dadarnagar Haveli. Severe cold is forecast in the state in two days.