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20-04-2020 mornings 10:30 coronavirus gujarat update official


20-04-2020 mornings 10:30 coronavirus gujarat update official

 TODAY LATEST UPDATE 20-04-2020

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Total #Covid19 cases 1851


Stable 1662


Ventilator 14


Discharged 102


Deaths 67

108 New cases


Ahmedabad 91 (66 from Hotspots)


Aravalli - 6


Surat, Rajkot, Kutch, PanchMahal - 2


Vadodara, Mehsana, Mahisagar - 1

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The 21-day across the country lockdown to battle COVID-19 will have its effect on those developing vegetables, natural products, tea, paddy, blossoms, inland fisheries and domesticated animals, ranchers in

Tamil Nadu

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said.

"The lock down is affecting different ranch activities extending from development to showcasing. The late spring development of paddy has been influenced for need of work while reaped perishables like organic products, vegetables and fish in lakes can't be taken to the market for need of transportation in the state," P.R. Pandian, President, Tamil Nadu Federation of All Farmers' Association, told IANS.

He said the significant effect will be on ranchers of leafy foods and floriculturists, as these are profoundly transient things which are not getting the necessary costs. "These are getting sold at a large portion of the rate,'' he included.

As indicated by Pandian, around 15 lakh sections of land of land in the state under paddy development throughout the late spring are confronting misfortunes as they can't discover work for different tasks.

He said ranchers developing watermelons over the state are gazing at misfortunes as they can't gather and market their produce because of the 21-day lockdown that is set up to forestall the spread of the coronanirus episode that has contaminated more than 600 individuals the nation over.

Also, groundnuts developed in around 8 lakh sections of land are not being reaped for need of work in a few areas in the state.

The ranchers to whom IANS talked were consistent in their perspectives that the legislature has not considered the ground-level circumstance of such homesteads before reporting the 21-day lockdown.

Dissimilar to sugarcane crop where reap can be delayed, natural products, vegetables and tea leaves must be gathered and sold on schedule, bombing which they would decay.

"Satisfactory cold storerooms are absent with the goal that the ranchers can store their produce for certain days. I have a fish ranch yet there is no market for the time being," Pandian said.

"The region under summer paddy development will be around 2 lakh sections of land in the Cauvery Delta locale. Nurseries have been raised and transplantation ought to occur during the principal seven day stretch of April. Manor and agriculture will be influenced because of the lock down," S. Ranganathan, President, Cauvery Delta Farmers' Welfare Association, told IANS.

The ranchers revealed to IANS that deals of vegetables and natural products have been influenced in a significant manner as there is no market inside Tamil Nadu or in the neighboring states like Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

Pandian said every rancher's family ought to be paid an aggregate of Rs 10,000 for one month's sustenance.

From the pleasant Theni region, A. Thiruppathi Vasagan, a rancher, told IANS over telephone: "It is summer and watermelon utilization would typically be high. Yet, attributable to the lockdown and nonattendance of transports, the ranchers here are confronting a terrible circumstance."

As indicated by Vasagan, around 15,000 sections of land of land will be under vegetable cultivating in Theni locale. He additionally included

that banana ranchers will be influenced in a major manner.

"Banana must be sliced and sent to the market on time bombing which it would spoil, which thusly is likewise a wellbeing hazard. Theni is likewise known for grape cultivating and the lockdown will likewise affect this," Vasagan said.

As indicated by him, the homestead workers have been informed to work keeping up a separation with respect to about 1.5 meters between them.

In the Nilgiris locale, the tea and vegetable areas are severely influenced separated from the travel industry segment.

"The tea manufacturing plants have been requested to close down. The processing plants thus have solicited us to quit culling from tea leaves. When the leaves are culled, it must be sent to the industrial facilities for handling," Manjai V Mohan, President, Federation of Tea Crop Cultivators' Association, told IANS over telephone from Nilgiris.

As per him, this is going to hit the business in a major manner as around 50,000 tons of tea are purchased by sightseers to Ooty consistently throughout the late spring season.

He said the tea manufacturing plants are to a great extent mechanized and the culling of leaves could have been permitted keeping up adequate separation between the laborers.

Aside from tea, the Nilgiris locale additionally develops vegetables and blossoms.

"Attributable to the lockdown and nonappearance of work, vegetables are not being reaped. Further, Bengaluru is the significant market for the blossoms and without transportation, roses are not being sent there bringing about misfortunes for the producers," Mohan included.

As per Pandian, the Central government should pay the ranchers Rs 6,000 out of one portion, instead of in three portions as reported before and furthermore discount ranch credits.

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