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Rs. 1,500 crore Provided to 22 lakh Farmers for Sowing of Kharif Crop

Chintu Das
Chintu Das
Kharif Crop

In order to prepare for the sowing of kharif or monsoon crops, the government of Chhattisgarh has spent 1,500 crores for paying 22 lakh farmers straight into their bank accounts as a subsidy input cost.

CM, Bhupesh Baghel has today transferred the sum of 1.500 crore for input support directly to the 22 lakh farmers in the state in order to prepare for the upcoming kharif season on occasion of the martyrdom of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi," the Chhattisgarh government said in a statement..

"The first installment of the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana 2021 has been issued to farmers. The total amount of 5,597 crore in 4 installments, as input subsidies, will be provided to state farmers under this scheme, "The declaration said that.

Between March 15 and May 15, Mr Baghel distributed 7.17 crore to 72,000 villagers, including those who raise cattle, for the purpose of selling cow dung to gauthans, who would turn it into fertilizer.

A statue at Rajiv Gandhi Chowk in Raipur was also beautified by the Chief Minister. MLAs from across the state, as well as MP PL Punia, the district panchayat chief, and other public officials, took part in the online event.

A statue at Rajiv Gandhi Chowk in Raipur was also beautified by the Chief Minister. MLAs from across the state, as well as MP PL Punia, the district panchayat chief, and other public officials, took part in the online event.

Even in the face of adversity, Speaker Charan Das Mahant and PL Punia said the Chhattisgarh government has remained committed to its pro-people policies. He praised the work and initiatives for welfare that the state government has undertaken.

In his welcome address, the Agriculture and Water Resources Minister said that the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana is a crucial scheme for farmers in Chhattisgarh, and explained how the state's Godhan Nyaya Yojana would procure vermi compost.

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