Heavy rains have flooded crops and damaged crops. The aid package has been given in response to the representations made by the state's farmers, farmers' organizations and people's representatives to the state government to provide assistance against these losses.

 Heavy rains have flooded crops and damaged crops.  The aid package has been given in response to the representations made by the state's farmers, farmers' organizations and people's representatives to the state government to provide assistance against these losses.

In a statement under Rule-44 on the first day of the monsoon session of the Assembly, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced a generous package to Gujarat's Tatas against crop losses due to heavy rains in the kharif season this year.  State Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that heavy rains in some talukas of the state in the month of August 2020 have caused damage to crops due to flooding in the fields.  The aid package has been given in response to the representations made by the state's farmers, farmers' organizations and people's representatives to the state government to provide assistance against these losses.  For this Rs.  The state government has announced an aid package of Rs 3,700 crore to help farmers in the state.
Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had admitted in the monsoon session of the Assembly that crops were damaged in Gujarat.  The state has been hit by heavy rains, the chief minister said.  And later in case of crop damage, the government will provide assistance to the farmers and at least Rs 5,000 will be paid, the Chief Minister said

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Out of the estimated 51 lakh hectares of planted area in 123 talukas of 20 districts of the state, an estimated 37 lakh hectares will be eligible for assistance as per the norms of assistance as per the assessment of the survey conducted by the Department of Agriculture.  No matter how little land the account holder has, he should be given at least Rs.  The state government has decided to pay Rs 5,000.  The assistance package will benefit an estimated 27 lakh farmer account holders in the state.

As many as 27 lakh sons of the earth will get the benefit of compensation assistance

 In case of crop loss of 33% or more, assistance of Rs. 10 thousand per hectare for a maximum of 3 hectares

 No matter how little land the farmer has, Rs.  5 thousand assistance will be paid

 37 lakh hectare area of ​​123 talukas of 20 districts eligible for assistance

 Assistance can be applied for on the online portal from October 1

 The cost of the application will be borne by the government

 Assistance will be credited directly to the farmers' account through DBT

The following is the list of 123 talukas of 20 districts by Chief Minister Shri Vijaybhai Rupani for this assistance package.

1. Kutch, Abadsa, Anjar, Bhachau, Bhuj, Gandhidham, Lakhpat, Mandvi, Mundra, Nakhtrana, Rapar
 2. Devbhumi Dwarka, Bhanwad, Dwarka, Kalyanpur, Khambhaliya
 3. Bharuch, Amod, Ankleshwar, Bharuch, Hansot, Jambusar, Zagadiya, Netrang, Wagra, Walia
 4. Patan, Chanasma, Harij, Radhanpur, Sami, Santalpur, Shankheshwar
 5. Ahmedabad, Bavla, Detroj, Dhandhuka, Dholera, Dholka
 6. Morbi, Halwad Maliya (m.), Morbi, Tankara, Wankaner
 7. Junagadh, Bhesan, Keshod, Maliya (yes) Manavadar, Mangrol, Mendarda, Vanthali, Visavadar, Junagadh City
 8. Amreli, Amreli, Babra, Bagasara, Dhari, Jafrabad, Khambha, Lathi, Liliya, Rajula, Savarkundla, Kukavav
 9. Jamnagar, Dhrol, Jamjodhpur, Jamnagar, Jodia 5. Kalawad, Lalpur
 10. Porbandar, Kutiana, Porbandar, Ranavav
 11 Rajkot, Dhoraji, Gondal, Jamkandora, Jasdan, Jetpur, Kotdasangani, Lodhika, Paddhari, Rajkot, Upleta, Vichhia
 12. Gir Somnath, Girgarhda, Kodinar, Sutrapada, Talala, Una, Veraval
 13. Mehsana, Becharaji, Kadi, Mehsana
 14. Botad, Barwala, Gadha, Ranpur
 15. Surendranagar, Chotila, Chuda Dashada Dhrangadhra, Lakhtar, Limbdi, Muli, Sayla, Thangarh, Wadhwan

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 16 Bhavnagar, Bhavnagar Umrala, Vallabhipur Jessore, Mahuva, Shihor
 17. Surat, Bardoli, Mahuva, Mandvi (Su) Mangrol, Olpad, Umarpada
 18. Navsari, Jalalpore
 19. Narmada, Nandod
 20. Anand, Sojitra, Tarapur

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