Delhi government led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal made an important announcement for farmers whose crops got destroyed due to heavy rainfall in past days. During a press conference, CM Kejriwal lauded his own government for providing the highest compensation as compared to any other state of the country. He also informed that The state government will be giving compensation of Rs. 50,000 per hectare to those farmers whose crops were destroyed by rainfall.
He said that some farmers had come to visit him and they were worried about their crops which got destroyed due to the rainfall in the Capital to which he replied that the state government is ready to help them in every situation. He also said that since his party has come to power in Delhi, he has always given Rs. 50,000 per hectare compensation to the farmers, which is highest when compared to other states of the country.
He also said that his government doesn’t just make announcements but also tries its best that the money is credited to the bank accounts of needful within 2-3 months of the announcement.
This year, the departure of monsoon has got delayed. Usually, the monsoon departs by mid or end of September month. But this year, things are different as its October end and the monsoon hasn’t passed yet. Due to this delay, the National Capital and other states of the country are facing heavy rainfall. In Kerala and Uttarakhand, the torrential rainfall since a few days has proved to be disastrous as it has washed away several homes and has taken lives of several people