FARMERS AFFECTED WITH A RAINSTORM

 

Nalgonda, Warangal, May 4, (globelmedianews.com):
Farmers are tired of their untimely rains. The heavy rains, hailstones and swollen winds have been flooded by farmers for over ten days. Farmers are concerned with the untimely rainfall when crops are handed out. Thousands of quintals of grain are water. Kaleshwaram project works. The temperatures of the state are unexpectedly causing the wind to blaze the winds. Trees and hoardings cause damage. The Warangal railway station flattened the flap and the supply of electricity on the cables was stopped and the train was stopped for two days. Thousands of electricity poles across the state have been disrupted for a supply of hours of soil. Many places in the IKP centers purchasing yakshi crops in the districts are burning torpolines or grains. In the districts of Khammam, Medak, Ranga Reddy, Karimnagar and Manchiryala districts, maize and chili crops are wiped out. Mango damage in many districts. People were agitated with lightning and thunderous rain. These rains have caused severe damage to rice, maize and mango farmers in the district. Many farmers want the government to compensate farmers who have lost their lives in this untimely rain. With heavy rains, the areas of the district collapsed in the district and the trees in the city were disrupted. The petrol shops in the MGM center were shattered and the rice poured into the jaggery market yard wetted. The farmers are hopeful that premature rains have been frustrated by the government's decision to buy grains for two to three days of farming. Rain showers started and there were heavy rains in many places. 


FARMERS AFFECTED WITH A RAINSTORM

Heavy rain with thunderous winds in Khammam, Yenkuru, Zulurupudu, Bhadrachalam and Suttupalli areas. This untimely rainfall has damaged the farmers. Mango, maize, and grain farmers have been damaged by premature rain. Agricultural products brought to the agricultural market with premature rain are completely wiped out. The farmers brought large amounts of grain and corn to purchase centers established by Marked in the district. Farmers in the Markfed Purchase Centers have been thrown into the center due to lack of farmers waiting for periods and negligence of agricultural products. There are no arrangements to save agricultural products from rainfall when purchased rains. Thus, the untimely rainfall of the farmer has become a scourge of rain. The grain in the market yard was completely drenched in IKP centers for heavy rains. Farmers have fallen ill with untimely rain. Jana's life is totally stagnant. Huge damage to mango in hundreds of acres has been damaged. It was interrupted when the trees were broken down on the road highway until it flung down from the roads. The farmers were examining the grains when the grains at the purchase centers were deteriorating. Mango plantations in Mandamari, Bellampally, Thandur, Jaipur, Chennoor, and Kotapally mandals have been damaged once again. The government wants to lure people who have suffered due to rain winds.

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