Rajasthan: Farmers are happy with ‘Chief Minister Krishak Sathi Yojana’, now there will be no damage to crops – न्यूज़लीड India

Rajasthan: Farmers are happy with ‘Chief Minister Krishak Sathi Yojana’, now there will be no damage to crops

Rajasthan: Farmers are happy with ‘Chief Minister Krishak Sathi Yojana’, now there will be no damage to crops


Subsidy will be payable on individual or group of farmers for wire fencing up to the limit of 400 running meters per farmer or group.

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oi-Ankur Sharma

Published: Sunday, January 22, 2023, 16:43 [IST]

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Rajasthan: Relaxation has been provided to the farmers in the parameters for the implementation of the fencing program under the Mukhyamantri Krishak Saathi Yojana under the Crop Protection Mission by the Government of Rajasthan. Now instead of 6 horizontal and 2 diagonal wires, farmers will be able to install 5 horizontal and 2 diagonal wires in the fencing. Along with this, instead of 10 feet, you will be able to put pillars at a distance of 15 feet. Also, in place of the 10th pillar, the 15th pillar can be supported with an additional pillar. With this, it will be easier for the farmers to protect the crops standing in the field.

Actually, farmers have to fence with barbed wire to protect their crops from animals, so that they can protect their crops. But some farmers are not financially capable. In such a situation, the Rajasthan government has started this scheme to protect the crops of small and marginal farmers living in the state from wild animals and nilgai, wild pigs.

Will get grant like this

Subsidy will be payable on individual or group of farmers for wire fencing up to the limit of 400 running meters per farmer or group. However, if the length of the perimeter of the field is more than 400 meters, in the remaining distance, a declaration will have to be submitted on behalf of the farmer or the group of farmers to secure the field in the area required for the protection of the field at their own level, only then the grant amount will be available. .

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english summary

Rajasthan government is trying to fulfill dream of 26/11 attack victim’s house said Rahul Gandhi on Twitter.

Story first published: Sunday, January 22, 2023, 16:43 [IST]

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