MP Weather News: Huge damage to crops in Madhya Pradesh due to natural disaster. Due to heavy rains and hailstorm, 40 villages of Khandwa are suffering, due to crop failure, tears are coming out from the eyes of the farmers.
- Last Updated:March 20, 2021, 2:43 PM IST
Tulsi Silavat has instructed to start an immediate survey on the damage caused by hailstorm in all the districts of the division including Indore. There has been heavy damage in many areas including Depalpur, Hatod, Sanver, Betma, Rau in Indore. At the same time, hailstorm in Khandwa district has destroyed crops in about 40 villages. Borgaon elderly people were seen making videos along with taking selfies in the middle of a sheet of snow lying on the streets.
Directive for assessment of financial loss
Here, instructions have been given to Collector Khandwa to assess the economic loss and submit a report. Pandhana Tehsildar Swati Meena said that 12 Patwari circles are being inspected. For this, the joint team of Revenue Department, Horticulture Department and Agriculture Department will do this assessment. At the same time, light rain has been recorded in some villages of Pati Tehsil and Rajpur in Barwani district, but no damage has been reported.Lightning strikes two villagers in Khargone
At the same time, there has been light hailstorm in 3 tehsils of Khargone district, Bhagwanpura, Jhirnya, Segawa. In Jhirnya tehsil, 2 villagers have also died due to lightning. In Pithampur Industrial Area of Dhar, hail fell, which has affected many vegetable crops including garlic, onion. In many places including Khaknar area, Doi Fodiya, Dhaba of Burhanpur, Chana hail fell with thunderstorm and rain. Due to this, the crops of gram and banana have also been damaged, although there has not been hail in Alirajpur and Jhabua.