Sunday, 24 November 2019

GUJARAT NA KHEDUTO MATE GOOD NEWS : A package of Rs 3795 crore will be provided to 56.36 lakh farmers suffering from deficient rainfall, even if no damage has been done.

GUJARAT NA KHEDUTO MATE GOOD NEWS : A package of Rs 3795 crore will be provided to 56.36 lakh farmers suffering from deficient rainfall, even if no damage has been done.

A package of Rs 3795 crore will be provided to 56.36 lakh farmers suffering from deficient rainfall

even if no damage has been done.
The farmers who have received more than one inch of rain have to pay Rs. 6800, hectare to the rest of Rs. Up to 2000 hectares of compensation will be paid to all the farmers, with the assistance of 4000, this amount will be in addition to Pakwima.
A package of Rs. 3795 crore will be provided to 56.36 lakh farmers suffering from relief / short-term rainfall.
The farmers who have received more than one inch of rain have to pay Rs. 6800, hectare to the rest of Rs. Up to 2000 hectares of compensation will be paid to all the farmers, with the assistance of 4000, this amount will be in addition to Pakwima.

Additional assistance package has been announced by the state government for farmers affected by heavy rainfall. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel announced a relief package of Rs 3,795 crore, saying that the package has been announced to cover the losses till the 20th. Covering all the districts of the state. All the 18 thousand villages in the state will get the benefit of this assistance to 56.36 lakh farmers

This assistance amount has been announced by the Government of Pakwima Uraajya, an additional aid package for farmers affected by heavy rainfall. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel announced a relief package of Rs 3,795 crore, saying that the package has been announced to cover the losses till the 20th. Covering all the districts of the state. All the 18 thousand villages in the state will get the benefit of this assistance to 56.36 lakh farmers.
Assisted according to SDRF
Announcing this, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said that the government had earlier announced a Rs 700 crore package but during that time the agricultural damage survey was underway and even after that there were widespread cases of rainfall and rainfall, so the loss figure was increased. The Gujarat government has decided to provide assistance to farmers across the state by announcing this package as per the SDRF rules.
The Center and the state government will provide Rs
Out of the total Rs 3,795 crore, the central budget will be paid Rs 2,154 crore under SDRF and Rs 1,641 crore in the state budget. The assistance is only in accordance with the relief package received from the government and hence the amount of insurance against loss to the farmers will be available to the farmers from the insurance companies as a separate form, ”Patel said. Earlier, the government had declared that the crop was damaged in 22 lakh hectares of the total 85 lakh cultivable land across the state, but now the government has declined to disclose the total affected area. However, the government has stated that out of the 251 talukas across the state, only 18,369 villages of all 248 talukas except Ahmedabad, Surat and Junagadh City talukas will get the benefit of this assistance package.
How much assistance either
- In areas where there is more than 1 inch of rainfall, an estimated Rs. 2,873 crore will be provided.
- In areas where there is less than 1 inch of rainfall, an estimated Rs. 238 crore will be provided.
- In areas where there is scattered rainfall, an estimated Rs. 684 crore will be provided.
This way the help will be paid
- 28.61 lakh farmers of 9,416 villages having more than one inch of rain will be paid Rs 6800 per hectare as per SDRF standard in the limit of maximum two hectares.
- Where there is less than one inch of rainfall, the automatic Weather Station figures placed in the cluster of agriculture department will pay Rs. 4,600 (per maximum limit of two hectares) to 4.70 lakh farmers of 1,676 villages having more than one inch of rainfall recorded.
- 5.95 lakh farmer owners of 1,676 villages having less than one inch of rain will be paid Rs 4,000 per hectare (maximum limit of two hectares) per hectare.
- 17.10 lakh farmers of 5,814 villages having scattered rains will get Rs 4 thousand per hectare (maximum limit of two hectares).
How will the farmers get compensation
The government will soon set up an online platform for this, which the farmer will have to apply for compensation. The platform will be announced by the government hereafter. As per the SDRF rule, farmers have to submit a claim as they have to provide assistance against the farmer's application.
Why not compensate those whose crops are not harmed?
The government will also provide generous votes to farmers who have not been harmed by the crop due to mastication. The reason behind this has been shown that even after the crop is rained in it there is a loss of quality due to coagulation or other reasons. Therefore, such assistance has been declared so that such farmers do not suffer loss in the sale of produce.
The largest relief package in the history of Gujarat: CM
As Chief Minister during the Diwali festivals, I made a promise to the farmers of the state that our government will provide compensation in accordance with the SDRF rule against the damage caused by mahuta. We have completed it. There is a liberal tendency to cover areas as well. I believe that no other government in the history of Gujarat has ever given such a generous and such a huge relief package in case of a downturn. Even the total amount of such relief package provided by the governments so far would not be enough.
A package of Rs. 3795 crore will be provided to 56.36 lakh farmers suffering from relief / short-term rainfall.
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