The state government is providing compensation for the crops damaged by rain in this state.

In light of the agricultural loss, the government has already begun issuing compensation funds. Farmers in Pathankot, Ropar, Moga, Mohali, Sangrur, Patiala, Jalandhar, and Ludhiana districts have received compensation totaling Rs 103 crore. According to reports, several communities in these areas remain inundated under water. Farmers are always confronted with many challenges. Stray animals and natural calamities can also cause agricultural harm.

Let us inform you that this year's rainfall in many Indian states has been below normal. However, this time, Lord Indra has poured extensively in Punjab. As a result, numerous districts experienced flood-like conditions. Waterlogging had also occurred in cities. As a result, the general population had to deal with a great deal of problems. The unique aspect is that farmers in Punjab have experienced the greatest losses as a result of heavy rainfall. The paddy crop planted across lakhs of hectares was entirely devastated. Farmers were forced to plant paddy again under such conditions. However, the Punjab government has recently taken significant steps to aid farmers.

The Punjab government is paying subsidies for agricultural loss.

The Punjab government has agreed to compensate farmers for crop loss. The administration of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has stated that farmers will receive compensation of Rs 6,800 per acre. The government has also provided Rs 86 crore towards this purpose. The settlement sum will soon be deposited to the farmers' accounts. However, in July, the government released Rs 103 crore as compensation into the accounts of farmers. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has undertaken this significant initiative to recompense farmers for their losses.

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Millions of hectares of crops are damaged due to waterlogging.

According to statistics, Punjab had 44 percent more rainfall than the norm in July. Faridkot in Punjab experienced 256.2 mm more rainfall, while Mohali received 472.6 mm more rain. Similarly, Patiala and Rupnagar saw surplus rainfall of 71% and 107%, respectively. During the month of July, Tarn Taran had 151% more rainfall, while Jalandhar received 34% more. This generated a flood-like condition in several areas, and the fresh paddy crop sown on 6.25 lakh acres was flooded. In this scenario, the farmer brothers had to replant paddy on 2.75 lakh acres.

Farmers haven't gotten any help yet.

Let us tell you that even during the Rabi season, unseasonal rains caused widespread destruction in Punjab. In such a condition, rain and hailstorm devastated hundreds of hectares of wheat crop. At the time, the government offered to compensate the affected farmer brothers for crop loss. However, farmers have gotten no assistance till recently. Farmer brothers work in high-risk situations.