Survey started on damage to agricultural crops due to water filling in the fields

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Moradabad. An investigation has been launched into the loss of crops from farmers due to backfilling of the Kosi River and rainwater in the fields. In the Moradabad Sadar Tehsil area, Lekhpal and Kanungo of the respective village participated in the survey. On the other hand, farmers provide information about the loss of their crops in the control room.
The water levels in the rivers had risen from the incessant rainfall over the past three days. Many of the villages in the Mundhapande area of ​​the county sit on the banks of the Kosi River. In which the farmers’ harvests were damaged by waterlogging. The maximum damage was done in the villages of Rajoda, Hirapur, Gadai and Harpal Nagar. Bharatpal Singh, a resident of Rajoda Kannardev, said his nine bighas of the menth crop were damaged. Narendra Pratap Singh, a resident of Chaklalpur, said that his six bighas of the menth crop were kept in the harvested field but drowned in the rainwater. Rajbhan Singh, a resident of Lalpur, said his 10 bighas of the mentha harvest were full of water. The four bighas of the menth harvest of Gadai Kheda-based Vijayalpal are full of water. Durgpal Singh from Hirapur said that many farmers suffered from the rains.
Farmers say that from May to June each year there is not as much rain as this time. This time, too, the monsoon came early. This was the time of the maturation and harvest of Mentha, so the harvest of Mentha has been severely affected and it seems that this time it is difficult to cover its cost. BKU boss Narendra Pratap said he had demanded compensation from the SDM for the damage caused to the farmers. He said he’d take a survey.
Many farmers have also called the control room and complained about crop failures. He had also visited many villages. At the request of the farmers, a survey was started by sending Lekhpal and Kanungo to the villages on the banks of the Kosi River and to the villages complaining of damage from rain. The maximum damage is reported in the mentha harvest.
– Prashant Tiwari, SDM Sadar

Moradabad. An investigation has been launched into the loss of farmers’ crops due to the filling of the Kosi River and rainwater in the fields. In the Moradabad Sadar Tehsil area, Lekhpal and Kanungo from each village participated in the survey. On the other hand, farmers provide information about the loss of their crops in the control room.

The water levels in the rivers had risen from the incessant rainfall over the past three days. Many villages in the Mundhapande area of ​​the county sit on the banks of the Kosi River. In which the farmers’ harvests were damaged by waterlogging. The maximum damage was done in the villages of Rajoda, Hirapur, Gadai and Harpal Nagar. Bharatpal Singh, a resident of Rajoda Kannardev, said his nine bighas of the menth crop were damaged. Narendra Pratap Singh, a resident of Chaklalpur, said that his six bighas of the menth crop were kept in the harvested field but drowned in the rainwater. Rajbhan Singh, a resident of Lalpur, said his 10 bighas of the mentha harvest were full of water. There is water in the four bighas of the menth crop of Vijayalpal, a resident of Gadai Kheda. Durgpal Singh from Hirapur said that many farmers suffered from the rains.

Farmers say that from May to June each year there is not as much rain as this time. This time, too, the monsoon came early. This was the time of the maturation and harvest of Mentha, so the harvest of Mentha has been severely affected and it seems that this time it is difficult to cover its cost. BKU boss Narendra Pratap said he had demanded compensation from the SDM for the damage caused to the farmers. He said he’d take a survey.

Many farmers have also called the control room and complained about crop failures. He had also visited many villages. At the request of the farmers, a survey was started by sending Lekhpal and Kanungo to the villages on the banks of the Kosi River and to the villages complaining of damage from rain. The maximum damage is reported in the mentha harvest.

– Prashant Tiwari, SDM Sadar

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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