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Government announces Rs 3700 crore aid package for farmers in the state

Government announces Rs 3700 crore aid package for farmers in the state
Government announces Rs 3700 crore aid package for farmers in the state

Out of the estimated 51 lakh hectare night area in 123 talukas of 20 districts of the state, an estimated 37 lakh hectare area will be eligible for assistance as per the aid norms. An aid package of Rs 3700 crore has been announced for this.



Gandhinagar: The five-day historic monsoon session of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly has begun. The legislature saw a complete social distance. In addition to the House, the MLAs took place in the Prakshak Gallery as well as all the MLAs wearing masks on their faces. In the second meeting, which started in the afternoon, the Rupani government announced an aid package of Rs 3,700 crore for farmers.

In the Legislative Assembly, the state government was considering providing assistance to farmers in the state in case of crop loss of 33 per cent and above. Out of the estimated 51 lakh hectare night area in 123 talukas of 20 districts of the state, an estimated 37 lakh hectare area will be eligible for assistance in the kharif season this year as per the aid norms. An aid package of Rs 3700 crore has been announced for this.
In case of 33 per cent and above crop loss, a maximum of Rs. 10 thousand per hectare will be paid for 2 hectares. In addition, it has been decided to pay at least Rs 5,000 to the farmers even if they have less land. The assistance package will benefit an estimated 27 lakh farmer account holders in the state.
In case of 33 per cent and above crop loss, a maximum of Rs. 10 thousand per hectare will be paid for 2 hectares. In addition, it has been decided to pay at least Rs 5,000 to the farmers even if they have less land. The assistance package will benefit an estimated 27 lakh farmer account holders in the state.



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 If crop damage is estimated in other talukas of the state, the Raja government will also consider it. The portal for online application for this assistance will be opened from 1st October 2020. The cost of applying online will be borne by the state government. Farmers will have to apply at the nearest e-gram center. The cost of this scheme will be borne by the State Government under SDRF as well as additional cost.

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