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Under the Prime Minister Farmer’s Sanman Yojana, the central government has announced a compensation of Rs 6,000 per annum to farmers having two hectares of farming. Also, it was said that the first installment would be deposited in March for the benefit of the elections.

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Gondia: The Central Government has announced the payment of Rs 6,000 per annum to the farmers who are till two hectares under Prime Minister Farmer’s Sanman Yojana. Also, it was said that the first installment would be deposited in March for the benefit of the elections. However, the fact that the administration has not yet acknowledged the payment of the first installment to the farmers’ bank account, has come to the fore.

The Central Government had announced that this year’s budget would be given to the farmers having two hectares of farming till Rs 6,000 per annum. Even before the election in April, there is a need for depositing the first two thousand rupees in the account of the eligible farmers before the code of conduct is required. Not only this, in the representative form, the deposited amount was deposited in the account of 15 to 20 farmers of every district. In particular, the revenue and agricultural department’s mechanism was tied up for the day. However, later, the information provided by the scheme to farmers is not available to the district administration.

There are 2 lakh 85 thousand account holders in Gondia district. Out of these 1 lakh 35 thousand 785 farmers have two hectare farming. That is why so many farmers were eligible for the Prime Minister Farmer’s Honor scheme. The system of Revenue and Agriculture Department uploaded the list of eligible farmers to the government’s NIC website.

After this the department received the message that the first installment would be deposited on 3 thousand 401 farmers’ accounts. However, in reality, till now no information is available in both the accounts of how many farmers have got their first installment in the bank account, said the official of this department.

Therefore, the issue of the fact that the district administration itself is unaware of the benefits of the Prime Minister Farmer’s Honor scheme, from how many farmers received in the district.
The district administration does not have the information to collect the money

The Revenue and Agriculture Department uploaded the complete information of the farmers who have till two hectares of agriculture to the NIC website. The district administration had to make available the list of how many farmers have deposited the first installment of this scheme on the bank account. However, due to the avoidance of this, the district administration has to face various problems.

Just before the preparation of the Revenue and Agriculture Department lists

Under the Prime Minister Farmer’s Honor Scheme, the government has implemented the officials of both the departments to maintain the list of farmers who have till date up to two hectares of the district. However, he did not provide information about how many farmers were benefitted from this scheme. Therefore, this department’s work only appears to be prepared for lists.

Cold work in the cold weather

Under the Prime Minister Farmer’s Honor scheme, farmer’s farming till two hectares was started in order to deposit the first installment before the code of conduct on the bank account. However, the Code of Conduct for the Lok Sabha elections is in force.

Thousands of farmer confusion

Under the Prime Minister Farmer’s Sanman Scheme, there are 1 lakh 35 thousand 875 farmers in the district. But he still did not get the message of the first installment of Rs. 2 thousand. So the amount of the premium will be deposited on the bank account that farmers are in such paranoia.

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