In Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that the farmers in the state need not worry about the loss due to the torrential rain and the State Government will take every possible step for the rehabilitation of the farmers. After reviewing the situation of Osmanabad and Solapur districts, he urged the farmers not to give up in this crisis and keep faith in government.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that the government will soon announce the relief measures for the farmers hit by the torrential rains in the Cabinet Meeting. He directed the district administration to send the proposals immediately so that the government can help the farmers as soon as possible.
At the same time, he suggested to understand the changing pattern of the rain and keep the necessary preparation in place for future. He also praised the District Administration for saving lives of 128 persons trapped in the flood and adopting speedy procedure for Panchnama of the damage. He interacted with the farmers in rain affected areas and distributed the cheques of 30,000 rupees each as the token of government aid to some of the farmers.

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