Farmers owning land up to five hectares to be benefitted, an increase in financial aid

Mumbai, (timenewsline network): Reforms are made in the implementation of Nanaji Deshmukh Krishi Sanjivani Project co-aided by World Bank. Now farmers owning land up to two to five hectares will get the benefits of this project that were given to meagre and small-land owners until now. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis gave the approval to this proposal.
Nanaji Deshmukh Krishi Sanjivani(weather-suitable agriculture project) is brought into effect in four thousand 210 drought-affected and weather-sensitive villages in Vidarbha and Marathwada, 932 villages of Kharpan zone in Purna river of Vidarbha, in total five thousand 142 villages.  Under this project, measures are taken to strengthen farmers and overall agriculture through weather- favourable agriculture development. This project costing four thousand crore rupees is being implemented in 15 districts with the financial help of the World Bank. Project Sukanu Committee is established to ensure the success of this project.
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has given approval to the proposal of reforming the implementation of this project.  According to these reforms, farmers from the project villages owing two to five hectares land will also get the benefits of the project along with the farmers owing meagre and small-land. Financial aid for meagre and small land-owning farmers and landless families form project villages is increased from 50% to 75%.  Farmers owning land from two to five hectares will get 65% financial aid. Farmers’ groups will be given funds up to 60 % for agro mechanization.

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