Serious cyclonic storm Nivar triggered a loss of over 520 crore to standing crops and public home in Prakasam district.
The heavy rains under the impact of the weather condition system negatively impacted 1.68 lakh individuals in 902 towns and 5 towns in the district, authorities informed a main group headed by K. Ponnusway, Joint Director in Union Farming Ministry, throughout its see to worst-affected Ulavapadu on Friday.
Standing crops on over 89,500 hectares, consisting of horticultural crops in 11,176 hectares, were harmed due to heavy rains and flash floods triggering a projected loss of more than 326 crore to the farmers in the district, stated the authorities while taking the main employee to a few of the harmed fields.
Roadways coming under the Panchayat Raj department bore the impact of the cyclone fury as likewise State highways to the tune of 195 crore, they stated, including that the weather condition system likewise left 3 individuals dead in the district. Watering tanks suffered a loss of over 50.92 crore, they included. After connecting with a group of farmers, the Central employee guaranteed them to provide an accurate account of the damage triggered by Nivar to the Centre.