The Chief Minister instructed all the DCs in the state to provide a list of concerned villages to the government for re-registration on the portal. However, despite the reopening of the portal, farmers are still facing difficulties in reporting crop damage due to unseasonal rains and hailstorms.
Technical glitches continue to affect the Meri Fasal Mera Byora and Compensation portals, making it impossible for farmers to register their crops or upload information about crop damage. Errors continue to occur due to a large number of farmers accessing the portals simultaneously.
The Chief Minister ordered the reopening of the Meri Fasal Mera Byora portal after officials informed him that farmers who had not registered their crops on the portal could not upload crop damage information on the compensation portal.
The DCs are now sending a list of villages with more than 25 percent crop damage to the Additional Chief Secretary of the Revenue Department, and farmers with losses below this threshold will not be able to report on the portal.
The Haryana government had previously decided not to provide compensation for crop damage up to 24 percent due to natural calamities. Compensation is only provided for damage ranging from 25 to 32 percent, 33 to 49 percent, 50 to 74 percent, and 75 to 100 percent. Despite efforts to resolve technical glitches, farmers continue to face challenges in accessing the portals and reporting their crop damage.