Monday, May 31, 2021

Tauktae Cyclone Relief Package

 Tauktae Cyclone Relief Package

Cyclonic storm Tauktae has intensified into a “very severe" cyclonic storm, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Sunday morning. Cyclone Tauktae is likely to cross the Gujarat coast between Porbandar and Mahuva (Bhavnagar district) around early morning on May 18.

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Pak Sahay | Aid for crops damaged by TAUKTAE Storm: State Cabinet with Chief Minister Vijay Rupani discuss damage to crops, energy and roads due to cyclone Tauktae in the context of pandemic Coronavirus “Advance planning and preparedness by Team Gujarat ensured minimum damage due to cyclone" “All roads repaired; no village is disconnected anymore” “Electricity restored in 9,900 out of 10,447 villages, work on remaining 450 villages” - “Rs 10 crore cash doles disbursed to 2.25 lakh people; housekeeping assistance to be given to 15,000 families by Sunday” “Action Plan by Agriculture Department with experts being readied to grow fruit-bearing where trees were uprooted” - “State Government has begun disbursement of assistance after completion of survey” - “Cyclone has damaged 16.42 lakh fruit-bearing trees of mostly coconut, mango and lemon” “Restoration of electricity in Water Works, Covid Hospitals and Oxygen Plants taken up on priority basis” - “Electricity in 3,547 out of 4,801 farm feeders restored” - “Night curfew time in 36 cities and towns reduced to nine hours from 9 pm to 6 am”


  • The state government announced an economic package of Rs 500 crore
  • Farmers resentment: There are 100 to 120 mangoes per hectare
  • The process of paying the aid will be carried out after the completion of the survey on Thursday



Farmers estimate that 70 lakh horticultural trees have fallen due to the hurricane. In such a situation, if we talk about one mango farm every year, Rs. If the income of a farmer is about 28 thousand, then since 100 to 120 mangoes come in one hectare, the farmer has to pay Rs. There is a loss of Rs 28 lakh. Against this loss, the government has given Rs. Farmers are outraged over the payment of Rs 1 lakh.

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