Nagarakata: 402 workers’ houses were damaged due to heavy rains. The incident took place at Lower Fagu Tea Garden in Garubathan Block. The condition of the garden is critical due to continuous rains for several days. The manager Sujoy Mukherjee said that the garden is sick. Production is currently virtually at the bottom. Such a natural disaster on him. A letter has been issued requesting the administration to come forward in repairing the workers’ quarters. Ram Avtar Sharma, secretary of the Dowers branch of the ITPA, an organization that owns Lower Fagur, said it was difficult for the garden to turn around without government help.
According to the relevant sources, 50 inches of rain has fallen in Lower Fagu so far in June this year. Which was 10 inches last June. The number of workers there is 535. Which means most workers are affected by heavy rains. Water is now falling inside every house. Even the bungalow of the manager, assistant manager is in such a situation.
Lower Fagur managers say the garden is already sick. Still running with difficulty. Due to the rains, the production is now at the bottom. Not even two thousand kilograms of raw leaves a day. At one time, there were 6,000 kilograms of raw leaves a day. The manager said the situation in the workers’ quarters has become extremely bad. Without administrative help, it is impossible to repair the current economic situation.
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