58 districts of UP are facing maximum monsoon deficiency
Kanpur, 22 September (H.C.). Southwest Monsoon is returning from many states of the country. 58 districts of Uttar Pradesh are facing the highest monsoon deficiency. While 33 districts of Bihar are battling it. During this monsoon season, 37 percent less rainfall has been recorded in the state. This information was given by the Agricultural Meteorological Scientist on Thursday.
He said that according to the latest assessment report of the Meteorological Department, till September 21, 2022, 58 districts facing the highest monsoon deficiency are in Uttar Pradesh, while 33 districts of Bihar are suffering from monsoon deficiency. Uttar Pradesh has recorded 37 percent less rainfall than the average during this monsoon season. Bihar has received 30 percent below average, Punjab 21 percent and Jharkhand 20 percent below average. A total of eight states including Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram have received 20 per cent or less rainfall this monsoon season.
He said that as per the data received from IMD, the withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon has started from many states. According to the latest report of the Meteorological Department, 206 out of 703 districts of the country have recorded low rainfall (-20 percent to -59 percent) or heavy rainfall (Large Distance Rainfall) (-60 percent to -99 percent). Went. 191 districts of the country have recorded deficient rainfall i.e. 20 to 59 percent below average during the Southwest Monsoon season till September 21, while 15 districts have received heavy deficient rainfall i.e. 60 to 99 percent less rainfall than average. Has been.