Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Security has developed new methods to improve the agricultural sector and encourage farmers. Thanks to these plans and programs, the living standards of farmers are improving, central aid is clearly reaching their bank accounts, and agriculture is coming up as a viable business proposal.
Over the past eight years, the budget allocated to the ministry has almost doubled. This fiscal classification, ₹1.32,000 million is the government’s focus on farmers’ safety. The record-breaking diet of cereals and fruit crops also confirms that the increased distribution is taking place. According to the third forecast (2021-22), food production is estimated at 315 million tons and the fruit and vegetable sector is estimated at 334 million tons, which is more than ever before. Despite the epidemic and the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, it is not easy for India to emerge as the world’s largest food supplier.
The Union Government has consistently increased the minimum subsidy prices for cribs, rabbits and other commercial crops (MSPs). As a result, MSP Paddy rose ₹To 1,310 quintals ₹1,940 quintals in 2013-14. Similarly, in 2013-14, MSP was wheat. ₹1,400 quintals, now. ₹2,015 quintals.
During the RMS 2021-22, 43.34 million metric tons of wheat was purchased by MSP, which is more than ever. Punjab, Uttar Pradesh (UP), Rajasthan, Utarakhand, Gujarat, Himalayan Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir have seen the largest purchases of wheat. Evidence shows that ₹During the RMS, 85,604.40 kroner was given to 4.9 million wheat farmers.
The Union Government has paid tribute ₹1.82 thousand kroner for 115 million farmers under Pradhan Manti Kisan Saman Yojana ₹6,000 per year in three equal parts). This is a sign of the EU government’s key plan and vision for improving the socio-economic status of the farming community. Soil Health Card Plan will help farmers understand better farming techniques for better yields. The government has made special arrangements in the budget for organic farming and natural agriculture. In this regard, special attention has been paid to soil health, natural agriculture and natural resource conservation and environmental protection. In Utahrakhand, Upp, Bihar, Jarkhand and West Bengal, there are five miles[5 km]of natural agriculture along both sides of the Ganges River.
Under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), the government has set up a committee to incorporate undergraduate and postgraduate education courses into natural agriculture. Chemical-free natural breeding is being supported by the Ministry and 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 breeding has increased farmers’ incomes and improved their quality of life.
The Union Government’s commitment to the farming community is also reflected in ₹The መሠ 1,100,000 allocated to the Agricultural Infrastructure Fund and the government is committed to providing basic amenities such as cabins, custom recruitment centers, primary processing units, sorting and rating units, and cold storage. In addition, with these basic facilities, the government is committed to providing farmers with a productive price.
In Atmanibar, Bahrat Abiyan (Self-Conflicting Indian Campaign), the Union Government is launching its National Beekeeping and Honey Mission. At the same time, the government is committed to benefiting farmers through the use of programs such as the National Agricultural Market (ENM), Pradhan Manri Krishna Sinchai Yojana, and agricultural mechanization and cluster development programs.
Under Pradhan Manri Fasal Bima Yojana, farmers are protected from natural disasters. Under the plan, Mary’s policy, Mere Haz, has been launched to bring in a growing number of farmers. The importance of the PM’s crop insurance plan can be traced back to farmers. ₹21,000 kroner as a premium. They have been refunded ₹Crop damage claims 1.15 million.
The bankruptcy plan is another important concept proposed by Prime Minister Modi to speed up the transport of agricultural products. Special trains are being used to transport perishable agricultural products. So far, 2,500 train trips have been made to 175 routes across the country. This year’s budget focuses on agricultural startups and agricultural entrepreneurs. The work is being done quickly and the results are visible. There is a lot of hope and promise in the agricultural sector, and the government, with the help of our generous and sheep led PM Modi, is coming to its end.
The government and citizens are now celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsaw on the occasion of 75 years of independence. All central ministries and departments and state governments have mobilized to celebrate this great occasion. As part of the celebration, the Ministry of Agriculture recently (April 25-30) celebrated Kisan Bhagidarin, Pratmikta Hamari Abiyan (our priority farmers).
In this campaign all departmental departments, organizations and institutions, including ICAR and 725 Krishi Vigyan Kendras, are organized. Kisa Melas, Pocket sammelansSeminars, workshops, webinars and round tables. In this way, as the country celebrates its 100th year of independence, the country will be a bird’s eye view of the permanent green sector. In this dream we are all going to build Atmanibahar Agriculture –Atmanibahar India (Self-reliant agriculture – self-reliant India).
Narendra Singh Tomar is the Union’s Minister for Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare.
The views expressed are personal.