The state government has made the biggest and most important announcement for farmers. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced the Mukhyamantri Kisan Sahay Yojana. The scheme is for the year only and the kharif crop will be able to reap the benefits. All farmers, big and small, will benefit from this scheme. Farmers will benefit from the damage caused by drought, heavy rains and drought. Gujarat farmers will benefit from 1700 to 1800 crore. Those who will get the benefit of this scheme even without paying the insurance premium. The maturity scheme of the central government is running in the country. Which has been volunteered amid protests from farmers this year. In which the farmers who want to get the benefit can take the benefit. The Gujarat government has launched a new scheme to relieve farmers from the worst losses during the kharif season.
The Rupani government is announcing big schemes for farmers in Gujarat. Today, the sun of gold has risen for 60 lakh farmers in the state. The government has announced a free insurance scheme for kharif crops in Gujarat. This is the biggest announcement of the Rupani government.
If the loss is between 33 to 60 per cent, he will get Rs 20,000 per hectare, while if it is more than that, compensation of Rs 26,000 will be paid.
- All farmers will be covered under this scheme
- The government started Mukhyamantri Kisan Sahay Yojana instead of Pakvima Yojana
- Farmers will get the biggest benefit from the damage caused by the monsoon
- SDRF will also benefit
- Even if there is less than 10 inches of rain, there will be benefits
Announcing the Kisan Sahay Yojana, CM Rupani said that the scheme would benefit from the damage caused by drought, heavy rains and Mawtha. CM Rupani further said that even if it does not rain for four weeks, farmers will benefit. The important thing is that farmers do not have to pay any premium in this scheme.
- Farmers do not have to pay any premium
- It will deposit Rs 20,000 to farmers at a loss of 33 per cent to 60 per cent
- The government will cover all farmers, big and small
- The compensation will be credited directly to the farmers’ account
- Farmers will also benefit from drought and heavy rains
Making a big announcement for the farmers, CM Rupani said that the compensation would be credited directly to the farmers’ accounts. If there is more than 60% loss, 25 thousand rupees will be paid. Farmers will be given assistance up to 4 hectares only. The government will also pay for the loss of sowing.
Crop loss during kharif season ranges from 5% to 20% for Rs. 30,000 / – per hectare will be available in a maximum limit of 3 hectares
Crop loss in kharif season is more than 50% for loss of Rs. 5000 / – per hectare will be available in maximum 3 hectare
In addition to this scheme, the farmer beneficiaries who are eligible to avail the benefits as per the provisions of SDRF scheme will also be eligible.
To get the application of farmers online with land record and CM. A portal connected to the dashboard has to be prepared.
Beneficiary farmers will have to go to the e-gram center and apply online on the portal
The approved assistance will be paid directly to the beneficiary’s bank account through DBT.
A special grievance redressal mechanism will be set up to address the queries of the beneficiary farmers.
To help farmers to apply online at e-gram center at village level, VLE of e-gram center will be paid a remuneration of Rs.5 / – per successful application.
A toll free number service will be provided for the guidance of farmers
A list of affected villages / talukas / areas affected by crop due to drought, heavy rains and unseasonal rains (Mawthu) will be prepared by the District Collector.
Will be sent by the Collector within seven days of the incident for the approval of the State Government (Revenue Department).
The list of affected area / village / taluka for the benefit of this scheme will issue approval orders within 3 days of receipt of the proposal of the State Government (Revenue Department).
Regarding the operation of crop loss survey, he said that as per the list of affected villages / talukas / areas by the state government, survey teams will be formed by the district development officer and the affected farms of the affected villages / talukas / areas will be surveyed in 15 days. After the completion of the survey, the list of farmers eligible for assistance under this scheme will be made public with the order signed by the District Development Officer