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Narendra Singh Tommar
Under the leadership of the beloved and visionary Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi, the country has been reaping a bountiful harvest over the past eight years through the concerted efforts of the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare. To ensure the government’s commitment and accountability, a number of innovations, both planned and programmed by the Ministry, have led to widespread improvements in the direction and conditions of farmers and farming across the country. The living standards of the farmers are improving and the agricultural finance provided by the center is now fully transparent in their bank accounts. Farmers’ income has increased in various sectors and a new wave has emerged as agriculture has become a viable business. Government plans, programs, and other activities are always focused on enabling farmers to become agricultural entrepreneurs.
Over the past eight years, the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare has been working tirelessly to make the agricultural sector more accessible to farmers. The allocation of 1.32 million rubles for the current fiscal year is an indication of the central government’s commitment to the safety of farmers. Over the past eight years, the budget for agriculture has increased sixfold. The growth spurt in the agricultural sector does not end there. In addition to increasing discrimination, record keeping of cereals and vegetables shows that budget allocation is moving in the right direction. A.D. According to the third forecast for 2021-22, food production is estimated at 315 million tons and the fruit and vegetable sector is estimated at 334 million tons, the highest level so far.
Indeed, it is not easy for India to re-emerge as a major source of food, even during the crisis of the Russia-Ukraine crisis, when India supplies food to many needy countries. To the world. Not only is the country’s record for cereal production increasing, but agricultural exports are also steadily rising, reaching close to Rs. 4 million.
Considering the better pay and livelihoods of the farmers, the low subsidy prices of cricket, rabbit and other commercial crops have been steadily rising. As a result, Paddy MSP has increased to Rs. 1940 quintals from Rs. 1310 quintals in 2013-14. Similarly, in 2013-14, wheat MSP Rs. 1400 quintals, now added to 2015 Rebel per quintal.
During Rabbi RMS 2021-22, 433.44 lakh MT wheat was acquired by the government by MSP, which is the highest to date. Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Himalayan Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir have so far seen the largest wheat purchases. The success story does not end here, with the data showing that a total of Rs 85,604.40 million has been clearly transferred to RMS by 49.19 lakh wheat producers directly into their bank accounts.
Following its commitment to farmers, the government has provided Rs 1.82 lakh crore to 11.5 million farmers directly into their bank accounts at Pradhan Manry Kisan Saman Yojana (6,000 Rs.6,000 per year in three equal parts). This plan is one of the most comprehensive and key plans of the central government and also a sign of loyalty to the farmers, there is no role for brokers in this.
In response to the government’s sincere efforts to improve soil health, a soil health card has been issued to many farmers. Considering soil health, this plan is helping farmers realize better and better farming methods for better yields.
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Modi, the government has made special arrangements for organic farming and natural agriculture in this year’s budget. As a result, special attention is being paid to soil health by protecting the farmers’ income through natural agriculture and natural resources. At 5 km across the Gang River on both sides of Uttar Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jarkahand and West Bengal, a comprehensive action plan will be put in place.
The government’s idea of ​​promoting natural agriculture does not end there. Under the Indian Agricultural Research Council, the government has set up a committee to incorporate undergraduate and postgraduate teaching courses into natural agriculture, and is supported by the Ministry and the ICAR. Considering the current state of natural agriculture, ICAR has issued special guidelines for agricultural universities to include research and related issues related to natural agriculture. Natural agriculture is the epitome of central government fiction to increase farmers’ incomes and ensure a better life.
In addition to various programs and programs, the union government’s commitment to farmers is reflected in the Rs. The መሰ 1,100,000 allocated to the Agricultural Infrastructure Fund and the government is committed to providing basic amenities such as Godowns, Custom Recruitment Centers, Primary Processing Units, Stacking and Rating Units, and Cold Storage. With these basic facilities, the government is determined to provide farmers with a fair price for their produce.
In this series, the government is promoting a special promotion for the National Beekeeping and Honey Mission by Atma Nirbahar Baharat Abiyan (Indian Self-Campaign). Similarly, in the forums and plans under MIDH, the government is committed to providing significant benefits to farmers, such as the National Agricultural Market (ENM), Pradhan Manry Krishna Sinchai Yojana, Agricultural Mechanization and Cluster Development Program.
Under Pradhan Manri Fasal Bima Yojana, farmers are covered by natural disasters. “Mary’s policy, land tenure” campaign has been launched to cater to a growing number of farmers through crop insurance. The importance of the Prime Minister’s crop insurance plan can be deduced from the fact that farmers have accumulated about 21,000 railpel premium. They received a refund of 1.15 million rubles according to the claim for crop damage.
Another important milestone for Prime Minister Shri Modi is the use of special trains to transport damaged agricultural products. This is a great demonstration of the government’s commitment and dedication to the farmers. The success of the Kisan train is measured by the fact that about 2,500 train trips have been made so far across 175 routes across the country.
This year’s Ministry of Agriculture budget focuses on agricultural start-ups and agri-entrepreneurship. The work is being done quickly and the results are visible. Now is the time for our agricultural sector to reach new heights with the help of the Indian Government’s Farmers’ Sufficient Plans. Much hope and optimism rests on the agricultural sector, with the government, led by the generous and sheep-ridden Prime Minister Shri Modi, well aware that it is pushing hard to reach its destination.
The government is currently celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav with the people across the country. All the Ministries and Departments of the Center, the Regional Governments and their organizations have mobilized to celebrate this great occasion. Kisan Bhagidari, Prathmikta Hamari Abhiyan, celebrated the 25th of April with great enthusiasm for the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare. In this campaign, all the Departments, Organizations and Institutions of the Ministry of Agriculture, including the Indian Agricultural Research Council and about 725 Krishna Vigian Kendras (KVKs) spread across the country and organized Kisan Melas, Kisan Sammelan, seminars, workshops, and webinars. Round tables attended by many trade unions and state ministers and other representatives of the House of Representatives, including the House of Representatives and the House of Representatives. In this way, as the country celebrates its 100th year of independence, the country will have an unparalleled view of the greenery of the green agricultural sector. In this dream we are all moving towards building AatmaNirbhar Agriculture – AatmaNirbhar India.
(Author is the Union Minister for Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare)

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