Gujarat Survey Of Damage Caused By Rain And Floods In Many Areas Loss Estimated In Crores

Gujarat Flood News: Heavy rains have caused heavy damage to...

Gujarat Flood News: Heavy rains have caused heavy damage to standing crops, power supply networks, district and state highways, government and private properties in south and central Gujarat. According to a senior official of the Revenue Department, the loss could be in crores. Preliminary estimates of the damage suggest that in a few taluks or areas affected by the floods, the damage could reach up to Rs 100 crore.

The survey of the damage done in the rain-affected areas has started. In Valsad taluka, 14 villages have been affected. Valsad District Development Officer Manish Gurwani said that the survey has been completed in seven villages and the survey is likely to be completed in the remaining seven villages by today (Wednesday) evening.

Valsad DDO gave this information
Valsad DDO said that Hariya is the first village where 79 people have been paid Rs 75,800 as compensation for groceries and clothes. He said that in other villages also relief will be released in a day or two. According to the official, 78 roads in the district were closed on Tuesday and by evening 43 were repaired and opened, 35 roads are being repaired. The official said that he too is likely to recover by the end of the day.

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This area is also badly affected
The other worst affected areas are in Chhota Udaipur and Narmada districts. Bodeli taluka of Chhota Udaipur has received 25 inches of rain in 24 hours. 35 villages of the taluka have been affected, out of which 22 have suffered major damage. Bodeli taluka sub-divisional magistrate Umesh Shah said that a total of 22 teams, each with four members, are surveying these villages.

Shah said 22 villages have been affected in Sankheda taluka, out of which eight are the worst affected. Shah said, “Survey of all the villages is going on. In both the taluks, the district panchayat and 27 roads in the state were damaged. Roads and buildings are surveying separately, similarly the agriculture department is surveying the damages of crops. Is.”

On July 8, a kutcha house collapsed in Khedapa village of Mahisagar district due to heavy rains, killing Savitaben Parghi (56) and her two-year-old granddaughter. On July 12, Minister of State for Education Kuberbhai Dindor himself handed over a compensation check of Rs 4 lakh to the Parghi family.

Resident Additional Collector of the district H.K. Vyas said that due to heavy rains in the catchment areas in Narmada district, the Karjan dam overflowed, submerging six villages in the overflow area. Narmada district administration has deployed 34 teams to survey the damage.

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