State Disaster

Last updated on 2013-11-22T06:57+0300.



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State Disaster said ( about State Disaster ) : “Since May 3, a total of 1754 migrants have been tested COVID-19 positive in the State — the majority have come from Delhi (411), Maharashtra (403), Gujarat (276), Haryana (146), Rajasthan (95), Uttar Pradesh (89) and Telangana (81)” External link

thehindu Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

State Disaster said ( about State Disaster ) : “Since May 3, a total of 1754 migrants have been tested COVID-19 positive in the State — the majority have come from Delhi (411), Maharashtra (403), Gujarat (276), Haryana (146), Rajasthan (95), Uttar Pradesh (89) and Telangana (81)” External link

Hindu Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:06:00 AM EAT

Raju Singh said ( about State Disaster ) : "Rains will damage standing wheat crop at several places. The government should compensate farmers for their crop loss”. He claimed that there were not enough tarpaulins to cover produce which was brought to mandis by wheat growers in rain-hit areas. Chief Agriculture Officer of Punjab, Dr Harinderjit Singh said, “The flattening of crop has been reported. The rainfall received in the district ranged from 4mm to 6mm. It is scanty but would delay the harvesting”. Punjab's Special Chief Secretary KBS Sidhu also tweeted, saying, “Compensation, rather the relief, shall be distributed expeditiously out of this State Disaster Relief Fund (SDEF)”. Normally, when untimely rains hit, farmers begin panic harvesting but that is not possible this year because the government has restricted assembly of people. Moreover, several farmers complained that machines used to harvest referred to as combiners, in local parlance, are yet to arrive, further delaying harvesting. The problem was further intensified when migrant labourers, who usually double up as agricultural workers during the harvest season, left towns for their native places after the sudden imposition of lockdown. No Harvesters, no Labourers. Immediately after the sudden announcement of lockdown, migrant labourers had set off for their homes. Some reached while others are still stuck at various camps setup for their stay. As a result, there is shortage of agricultural labour in villages, thus delaying the harvest at a time when the temperature has already started to soar. According to the International Labour Organisation’s estimates, which is based on Census 2011 figures, around 24 lakh migrants work in fields across India. Ministry Home Affairs on Sunday said that migrant labourer will be allowed to travel for work within the state with certain conditions but will not be able to cross borders. “We have permission to harvest during the lockdown, but there’s no labour available. My entire family has been manually harvesting the crop since last week," External link

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State Disaster

Last updated on 2013-11-22T06:57+0300.



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State DisasterEN98.76%
State DisasterSA1.24%


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State Disaster said ( about State Disaster ) : “Since May 3, a total of 1754 migrants have been tested COVID-19 positive in the State — the majority have come from Delhi (411), Maharashtra (403), Gujarat (276), Haryana (146), Rajasthan (95), Uttar Pradesh (89) and Telangana (81)” External link

thehindu Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:53:00 AM EAT

State Disaster said ( about State Disaster ) : “Since May 3, a total of 1754 migrants have been tested COVID-19 positive in the State — the majority have come from Delhi (411), Maharashtra (403), Gujarat (276), Haryana (146), Rajasthan (95), Uttar Pradesh (89) and Telangana (81)” External link

Hindu Tuesday, May 26, 2020 10:06:00 AM EAT

Raju Singh said ( about State Disaster ) : "Rains will damage standing wheat crop at several places. The government should compensate farmers for their crop loss”. He claimed that there were not enough tarpaulins to cover produce which was brought to mandis by wheat growers in rain-hit areas. Chief Agriculture Officer of Punjab, Dr Harinderjit Singh said, “The flattening of crop has been reported. The rainfall received in the district ranged from 4mm to 6mm. It is scanty but would delay the harvesting”. Punjab's Special Chief Secretary KBS Sidhu also tweeted, saying, “Compensation, rather the relief, shall be distributed expeditiously out of this State Disaster Relief Fund (SDEF)”. Normally, when untimely rains hit, farmers begin panic harvesting but that is not possible this year because the government has restricted assembly of people. Moreover, several farmers complained that machines used to harvest referred to as combiners, in local parlance, are yet to arrive, further delaying harvesting. The problem was further intensified when migrant labourers, who usually double up as agricultural workers during the harvest season, left towns for their native places after the sudden imposition of lockdown. No Harvesters, no Labourers. Immediately after the sudden announcement of lockdown, migrant labourers had set off for their homes. Some reached while others are still stuck at various camps setup for their stay. As a result, there is shortage of agricultural labour in villages, thus delaying the harvest at a time when the temperature has already started to soar. According to the International Labour Organisation’s estimates, which is based on Census 2011 figures, around 24 lakh migrants work in fields across India. Ministry Home Affairs on Sunday said that migrant labourer will be allowed to travel for work within the state with certain conditions but will not be able to cross borders. “We have permission to harvest during the lockdown, but there’s no labour available. My entire family has been manually harvesting the crop since last week," External link

news18 Monday, April 20, 2020 7:47:00 AM EAT