Organic and Unique farming to be encouraged
Pipariya. New techniques will be used to cut down agriculture cost. Organic and uniqe farming will be encouraged. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was addressing the Kisan Maha-Sammelan in Pipariya of Hoshangabad district. He transferred incentive amount of Rs. 853 crore in the bank accounts of 9 lakh 48 thousand farmers through RTGS under the Mukhya Mantri Krishak Samraddhi Yojana on the occasion.
Under the Mukhya Mantri Krishak Samraddhi Yojana, incentive amount of Rs. 4 crore 88 lakh was transferred in the bank accounts of 14 thousand 573 gram producing farmers. Similarly, Rs. 374 lakh in the bank accounts of 187 masoor producing farmers, Rs. 181 lakh in the bank accounts of 93 mustard producing farmers and Rs. 57 crore 7 lakh in the bank accounts of 26 thousand 501 moong producing farmers were transferred towards the incentive amount.
Moreover, Chouhan gave loan sanction letters of Rs. 24 lakh to the beneficiaries Mayur Dabar to start a digital laundry and Rs. 7 lakh to Neeraj Sahu for Handloom Shop under the Mukhya Mantri Udhmi Yojana. Similarly, under the Mukhya Mantri Krishak Samraddhi Yojana, Shri Chouhan gave incentive amount of Rs. One lakh 600, Rs. 75 thousand and Rs. 60 thousand in the symbolic form to farmers Shri Man Singh Gurjar, Khushilal and Ashok respectively. Moreover, under the Sambal Yojana, he gave financial assistance of Rs. 4 lakh and Rs. 2 lakh in the form of ex-gratia to Hemraj and Gullu respectively. Along with this, he distributed assistance amount and certificates in the symbolic form to the beneficiaries of Handicapped Pension scheme and Saral Bijli Bill Maafi Yojana.