After assessing the situation and listening to farmers, she declared 820 villages out of 860 villages of the district as scarcity hit and ordered the district authorities to immediately facilitate the relief amount.

Raje's sudden visit to rain-affected villages in Hadouti region on Thursday is seen as a major diplomatic move ahead of Sonia Gandhi's visit to Rajasthan on Friday.
    
The Congress president is scheduled to visit the villages of Jhalawar, the hometown of CM Vasundhara Raje, and also the affected villages of Bundi, Kota and Baran of Hadouti region.

Raje visited rain and hailstorm affected Paapdi, Badakheda, Basoda and Devji-ki-Khedi villages of Bundi district.
    
"The government is well aware of the loss and damage by unseasonal rain and her government is committed to provide the farmers all the required assistance," she said.

The National Disaster Relief team would survey the damage to the crops by the unseasonal rain and submit its report, Raje told the reporters, adding that the state government is in constant touch with the Centre over this matter.

Later, the CM left for Jhalawar, her home town and constituency, to meet the rain-affected farmers.

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