October 17, 2020 11:46:48 pm
With incessant rain damaging harvest-ready crop and claiming a number of lives in elements of western Maharashtra and Marathwada, ministers and leaders of various political events have determined to tour flood-hit areas to taking inventory of the state of affairs and supervise aid and rescue work.
On Saturday, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar visited affected areas in Solapur district and introduced that farmers hit by the disaster might be compensated. “No farmer might be unnoticed,” he mentioned, whereas directing income authorities to finish the work of injury evaluation on an pressing foundation.
A communication from Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s workplace mentioned he may also be touring flood-hit areas in Solapur district on Monday. Hinting at some announcement concerning aid being made following Thackeray’s journey, Pawar mentioned he didn’t wish to make an announcement at this stage.
With cultivated farmland inundated in additional than 9 districts, Chief of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis, who’s campaigning for the BJP in Bihar, has additionally determined to return to the state for a three-day tour of flood-hit areas.
Based on his workplace, the previous CM will cowl a distance of 850 km spanning 9 districts and can begin from Baramati on October 19. Fadnavis had earlier written to Thackeray demanding aid for farmers with out ready for panchanamas. Based on preliminary evaluation, the floods over the previous two to 3 days have brought about intensive injury to harvest-ready crops, together with soybean and jowar.
NCP president Sharad Pawar will begin his personal tour from Osmanabad on October 18. Aid and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Wadettiwar (Congress) may also go to elements of Latur, Osmanabad, Solapur and Pune between October 18 and 20. State Revnenue Minister Balasaheb Thorat, in the meantime, has demanded pressing help from the Centre to tide over the disaster.
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