Farmer’s Input Subsidy Scheme,Rs 4,000 per acre/Crop.
The first Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, who first brought such intervention in the country to save the new financial Assitance scheme for investment ,in the attempt to create a welfare state of Telangana state. The project cost around Rs 8,000 crore per annum.
These Scheme is launched, of May 2018 in the Kharif season will cover all farmers own land. An amount of Rs. 4,000 / – per acre will be given to investments in investment for rupees crops and fruit trees.
The TRS chief Minister said, in the 16th fullest of the party held in Kompally, “They can use any kind of input, such as seeds, fertilizers, pesticides or their input.”
He explained that input investment, assistance will be credited to the bank accounts of the farmers who advance in advance to start the crop seasons – for Rabi crops in kharif and october in May.
He reminded the Congress leaders, that he had addressed after the first budget in the assembly. He said the government, would create crop colonies based on soil, and other conditions after completing the loan waiver scheme.
Mr. Chandrashekhar Rao, said that the concept of crop colonies would prevent farmers from severe loss to farmers. By cultivating, many of the crops grown in season, many crop farmers grow in the same crop. He said before preparing soil health cards, to advise crops suitable for each farmers.
He said the MGNREGS has created a labor problem in agriculture and will raise the issue of linking agriculture to the NITI Ayodh, meeting in New Delhi on April 23. A decision to this conclusion was totally accepted.
Assortment of the Formers Under Scheme
In an effort to strengthen the party’s support, the TRS president said that the rural, regional, district and state federations are engaged in farming and those, engaged in dairy farming. Sheep or goat, fishing and others. “Like all other coalitions, those federations need to fight for their demands.”