Due to the drought in 2017, farmers have not received any compensation. After posting the poster of Rs 13 thousand 500, the compensation was now given to 800 to 1000 rupees per acre by some farmers.
Gondia Today News Network
Gondia: Due to the drought in 2017, farmers have not been compensated yet. After posting the poster of Rs 13 thousand 500, it was now threatened by paying some 800-1000 acre compensation to some farmers. A large number of farmers were tired of the tahsil office due to the overhaul, and the cost of the compensation was more than the amount of the compensation to the tahsil office. MLA Gopaldas blamed the insult that farmers would not be tolerated in Gondia taluka.
Speaking in the meeting held on Friday (15th) in Collectorate’s office, MLA Agarwal expressed his displeasure with the distribution of drought-hit farmers. On this occasion, sub-divisional officer Anant Valskar has deposited funds to the State Bank of India for distributing the farmers. However, it is said that the bank is delaying the payment of money to the farmers. On this, MLA Agrawal demanded strict action against State Bank of India for expressing disaster in this manner. Meanwhile, the Collector Dr. In the next 10 days, the novel Balakwade gave strict instructions to the officers of State Bank of India to pay the compensation amount to the farmers in accordance with the rules.
The meeting was attended by State Bank of India officials, District Central Bank officials, Tahsildar Rahul Sarang, Tehsildar Meshram, District Council Chief Executive Officer Raja Dayanidhi, District Social Welfare Officer Mangesh Wankhede, District Superintendent of Land Land Records Gajbhaye, Taluka Inspector Rajesh Pawar and other officials were present in the meeting.
Demand for 5 hectares of land for the hostel
In this meeting, MLA Agarwal asked the collector Balakwade, demanding to give 5 hectares of land for construction of Gondiya’s Backward Classes and Other Backward Classes. On this, Balakwade gave directions to the Deputy Divisional Officer Walsh to mark the correct place and present it for approval as soon as possible.