PM Modi government to make big announcement for farmers in Budget 2021
After a few hours, the general budget of the year 2021-22 is going to come before the country. In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, people have high expectations from the country's budget coming tomorrow.
Kundan Singh, New Delhi: After a few hours, the general budget of the year 2021-22 is going to come before the country. In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, people have high expectations from the country's budget coming tomorrow.
All the people including farmers, industry, the middle class are looking at the PM Modi government with hopeful eyes. In the midst of the farmers' agitation that has been going on for over two months against the agricultural laws, the PM Modi government can give a big gift to the farmers in the budget. In this year's budget, the central government can make a big announcement regarding agriculture and farming. According to the information, 6000 rupees can be increased under the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme.
Economic experts believe that the amount of Kisan Samman Nidhi can be increased to Rs 10,000 annually. At the same time, the government can increase the limit of agricultural credit to double the income of farmers. Generally, farmers have to pay 9 percent interest on agricultural loans. The government wants to further increase the production capacity in the agricultural sector in the country by providing cheap loans to farmers. This step of the government can play an important role in winning the trust of farmers in the face of the ongoing conflict between the government and the farmers on the agricultural laws.
According to the information being received from sources in the midst of the farmer movement, the government can make a big announcement in this budget regarding farming and farming. It is being told that the government can increase the 6,000 rupees annually under the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme. It is being told that the government can increase the amount from 6000 to 10000 rupees annually.
In fact, the farmer is also seeking to increase this amount from the central government. Farmers argue that Rs 6,000 a year is not enough. Farmers say that under this scheme they get Rs 500 per month which is not enough. It takes 3-3.5 thousand rupees to harvest an acre of paddy land, while they have to spend 2-2.5 thousand rupees for cultivating an acre of wheat. In such a situation, they do not get as much benefit from this scheme as they should. Therefore, the Modi government should increase this amount, so that farmers can get relief.