A grant is given for the pond

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Junwai / Chandausi. Under the Khet Talab Yojana, the government will give the farmer 50 percent of the expenses for setting up a pond in his field as a grant. Only the pawns of seven blocks in the dark zone will benefit.
The district’s agricultural protection officer, Omkar Singh, said that seven blocks of the district, namely Baniyakheda, Pawansa, Sambhal, Asmoli, Gunnaur, Junawai and Bahjoi, are in the dark zone. In these blocks, Khet Talab Yojana was used to obtain water. Under the scheme, farmers can have the pond excavated on their field. You can fish or do other business in it. This pond is to be created on the farmer’s field 22 meters long, 20 meters wide and three meters deep.
According to the government’s plan, this pond is to be created by the farmer for a price of five thousand lakh. Under this program, the farm owner receives a 50 percent grant in three installments from the Department of Agriculture. All small, small and large farmers can benefit from this scheme. For this, farmers have to apply online. Farmers should be granted the benefits according to the “first come, first served” principle. According to the token generator, the farmer has to deposit one thousand rupees as token money.
On the other hand, 26,250 rupees are to be transferred to the farmer by direct service transfer and 13,125 rupees during work, 3,125 rupees directly to the farmer’s account after the work is finished.

Junwai / Chandausi. Under the Khet Talab Yojana, the government will give the farmer 50 percent of the expenses as a subsidy for the construction of a pond on his field. Only the pawns of seven blocks in the dark zone will benefit.

The district’s agricultural protection officer, Omkar Singh, said that seven blocks of the district, namely Baniyakheda, Pawansa, Sambhal, Asmoli, Gunnaur, Junawai and Bahjoi, are in the dark zone. In these blocks, Khet Talab Yojana was used to obtain water. Under the scheme, farmers can have the pond excavated on their field. You can fish or do other business in it. This pond is to be created on the farmer’s field 22 meters long, 20 meters wide and three meters deep.

According to the government’s plan, this pond is to be created by the farmer for a price of five thousand lakh. Under this program, the farm owner receives a 50 percent grant in three installments from the Department of Agriculture. All small, small and large farmers can benefit from this scheme. For this, farmers have to apply online. Farmers should be granted the benefits according to the “first come, first served” principle. According to the token generator, the farmer has to deposit one thousand rupees as token money.

On the other hand, 26,250 rupees are to be transferred to the farmer by direct service transfer and 13,125 rupees during work, 3,125 rupees directly to the farmer’s account after the work is finished.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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