Harvest survey begins – Harvest survey begins to assess the damage to crops from rain

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Rampur. Assessment of damage to farmers’ crops from rain and rising water levels in rivers has begun. According to the order of the additional district judge, the investigation will be carried out in Tehsil Sadar, Bilaspur, Shahbad and Swar, while the sub-district judges of Tanda and Milak have not been commissioned to conduct the survey. After this survey, the farmers concerned receive compensation so that they can get some relief.
The crops on the banks of the Kosi River were ruined by the rain in the hills and plains a few days ago and the water in the Kosi River. The mentha and maize harvests have also suffered badly. The mentha harvest was flooded in the fields of many farmers, but the chilli harvest has also suffered. In such a situation, farmers are concerned about crop failure. In order to relieve the farmers, the administration has started to conduct an investigation into the destroyed or damaged crops. According to the order of the additional district magistrate, finance and tax office Rambharat Tiwari, information about the area of ​​poor harvest and the type of harvest is made by marker farmers in Tehsil Sadar, Bilaspur, Swar and Shahbad. The survey work is carried out at the level of the accountant. After the survey is completed, the report is sent to the DM via SDM and then the farmers concerned can receive compensation. At the same time, the deputy district judges Milak and Tanda have not received any orders from the ADM, which is why the surveying work in their area has not yet started. The deputy district judges of both Tehsils announced that as soon as the order is received, the investigation of the damaged plants will begin.

Rampur. Assessment of damage to farmers’ crops from rain and rising water levels in rivers has begun. According to the order of the additional district judge, the investigation will be carried out in Tehsil Sadar, Bilaspur, Shahbad and Swar, while the sub-district judges of Tanda and Milak have not been commissioned to conduct the survey. After this survey, the farmers concerned receive compensation so that they can get some relief.

The crops on the banks of the Kosi River were ruined by the rain in the hills and plains a few days ago and the water in the Kosi River. The mentha and maize harvests have also suffered greatly. The mentha harvest was flooded in the fields of many farmers, but the chilli harvest has also suffered. In such a situation, farmers are concerned about crop failure. In order to relieve the farmers, the administration has started an investigation into the destroyed or damaged crops. According to the order of the additional district magistrate, finance and tax office Rambharat Tiwari, information about the area of ​​poor harvest and the type of harvest is made by marker farmers in Tehsil Sadar, Bilaspur, Swar and Shahbad. The survey work is carried out at the level of the accountant. After the survey is completed, the report is sent to the DM via SDM and the farmers concerned can then receive compensation. At the same time, the deputy district judges Milak and Tanda have not received any orders from the ADM, which is why the surveying work in their area has not yet started. The deputy district judges of both Tehsils announced that as soon as the order is received, the investigation of the damaged plants will begin.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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