Bhopal: 225 people have died in Madhya Pradesh so far due to excessive rains and floods. According to the statement issued by the government, 36 out of 52 districts of the state have suffered heavy damage. 9 thousand 600 crore rupees Kharif crop of 22 lakh farmers have been ruined in about 24 lakh hectare area due to excessive rainfall. The damage to houses in the state is about Rs 540 crore.
In this link, the estimated loss of roads has been Rs 1566 crore and about Rs 200 crore. So far, a total loss of 11 thousand 906 crores has been done. In the state, 225 people have died due to floods and celestial lightning and more than 1400 animals have died. The central government team is on a tour of the affected districts of the state.
This team reviewed the situation on Thursday and Friday. The details of the loss were kept in front of this party on behalf of the state government. The central party has been told that the assessment of damage to crops in the state will be completed by September 24. Let us tell you that from June 1, 2019, to September 17, 2019, 1192.2 millimeters of rain has been recorded in Madhya Pradesh. This is 33 percent more than the LPA average for this period.