The survey demanded compensation.
Chhindwara Jai Adivasi Yuva Shakti on Tuesday submitted a memorandum in the identify of the Governor to the Collector and demanded compensation for the lack of crops. District President Mahendra Parateti mentioned that the earlier day extreme rains in village Khairighat, Noni Barra, Panjra, Belgaum of Chaurai tehsil have broken the crops of the farmers together with corn, soyabean, sugarcane, tuvar and vegetable. Along with this, the homes of farmers and laborers have additionally been broken and the fields have been flooded. Looking at the tragedy, the group carried out a survey in some villages. In such a state of affairs, the remaining villages is not going to be compensated for the lack of crops. Through the memorandum, he sought compensation at the earliest by conducting a survey. A lot of farmers had been current throughout the handing over of the memorandum, together with Chaupai Block Chairman Deepak Uike, Block Vice President Golu Dhurve.
Farmers affected by rain pleaded
Farmers resident of Manegaon of Amarwara affected by heavy rains submitted a memorandum to the collector on Tuesday. The farmers mentioned that the maize crop has been utterly broken due to extreme rainfall. Through the memorandum, he requested the insurance coverage firm to get a good revenue by conducting a survey of the broken crop. A lot of farmers had been current throughout the handing over of the memorandum.