WILL PAY COMPENSATION FOR DAMAGED CROPS: CM
The Morning Standard|October 21, 2021
District magistrates asked to conduct survey for ₹50K per hectare

COMPENSATION AFTER SURVEY & INSPECTION

As per the CM’s directions, all SDMs and DMs have started surveying and inspecting sites where the crops were ruined. The survey will be completed within the next two weeks so that the compensation can be dispensed within the next two months among the eligible

CHIEF Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday announced that the Delhi government would pay compensation for damaged crops due to unseasonal rains.

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