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Unseasonal rains add to farmers' woes in Gujarat
Gandhinagar, March 27 - After the coronavirus pandemic, unseasonable rains in Gujarat have triggered fears about damage to the rabi crops.
Gujarat is battling against the dreaded virus amid the nationwide lockdown while unseasonal rains in various parts of the state have added to the farmers' misery, with damage feared to the rabi crop which is in the harvesting stage.
Heavy downpour was witnessed in Patan, Ahmedabad, Banaskantha, Sabarkatha, Mehsana, Gandhinagar, Aravalli, Kheda, Anand, Panchmahal and Narmada districts of the state.
A total of 363 mm unseasonal rain lashed the state on Thursday night, with the maximum rainfall received in Balasinor (14mm) Lunawada (12mm), Virpur (10mm), Santrampur (9mm) in Mahisagar district, Galteshwar (10mm), Kapadwanj (17mm), Kathlal (10mm) and Thasra (8mm) in Kheda district, Bhiloda (10 mm), Bayad (10mm), Meghraj (10mm) and Modasa (9mm) in Aravalli district, Khedbrahma (13mm), Himmatnagar (10mm), Vadali (10 mm), Vijaynagar (13 mm) and Poshina (12 mm) in Sabarkantha district, Amirgad (12mm) in Banaskantha district, Daskroi in Ahmedabad district and Vijaynagar in Mehsana district.
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