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1096 harvest in Kharif and no one got any compensation in Rabi
– 29,802 farmers had the Prime Minister’s crop insurance for Kharif and 27,479 for the Rabi crop
Farmers said that if the insurance rules change, farmers will receive benefits
Amar Ujala office
Sant Kabir Nagar. There is a provision according to the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana to grant the insured farmer compensation in the event of crop damage. 29,802 farmers were insured in the kharif crop, of which 1,096 farmers received compensation of Rs 92.14 lakh. 27,479 farmers are insured for Rabi harvest. No farmer benefited from the insurance system. The reason for this is that the average wheat yield is the average of seven years. Although it is below average in some places, its report has been sent to the government.
There are about three lakh farmers in the district. There are 2.40 lakh small fringe farmers in it. While 60,000 are medium and large farmers. In 2020 in Kharif, 29,802 farmers were insured. Of these, 1,096 farmers received compensation of 92.14 lakh from the insurance company. While 27 479 farmers were insured in the Rabi year 2020-21. In which no farmer got an insurance claim.
Farmer Satyabrata Tiwari from the Khalilabad tehsil area, who received insurance benefits, said the benefit of insuring the rice fields was obtained and the insurance company paid compensation. Farmers Harishchandra Choudhary, Atul Pandey, Parag, said most farmers are not receiving benefits due to crop damage due to mandatory insurance conditions. If damage is caused by lightning, the crop will be compensated, but the damage to the crop due to the breakage of the electric cable will not be compensated. Most of the damage is due to a fire incident. So the government has to change the rules.
Lead Back Manager Sanjay Kumar said that those farmers who do not want to take out insurance must report this in writing to the affected KCC branch of the bank, otherwise the premium would be deducted by insuring all KCC holders through the bank. is.
These are the conditions to get the insurance benefits
A failed sowing means that there will be flooding. The fields are soaked and the farmers can no longer grow crops. Due to disease or pests, the mid-stage crop should be 75 percent damaged. The damage to crops is rated at the gram panchayat level of agricultural land. In such a situation, 50 percent compensation is available immediately. In the pruning report of the crop, the yield should be below that of the previous year. Crop damage from excessive rain and crop damage from lightning strike. Storing a load of grain in the barn can cause damage from storms, rain, etc.
Provide information within 72 hours of the harvest damage
Vipin, the district representative of Universal Soman General Insurance Company, states that in the event of crop damage due to natural disasters, the farmer should notify the affected bank or toll-free number 18002005142 within 72 hours. In this way, the farmer receives the benefits of the insurance system. It is true that no farmer has received the wheat crop insurance claim. The reason for this is that this time the yield corresponds to the average of the previous year’s yield. Incidentally, the harvest of wheat crop was carried out by the administration. Administration sent the report to the Director of Crop Insurance Statistics. After receiving the report from the government, the situation will be able to continue.
The report on the low harvest was sent to the government
District Agriculture Commissioner PC Vishwakarma said efforts are being made to protect more and more farmers in the district under Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. 1096 farmers have received claims in rice fields. The wheat harvest has produced an average of 32 quintals of wheat per hectare over the past seven years. For this reason, no farmer has the right. By the way, in a few grams of panchayat, the crop pruning report found a below-average yield. This report has been sent to the government.
KCC holders are automatically insured, and farmers without a card can also take advantage of benefits
According to the terms of the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, the farmers who are KCC holders are automatically insured. If farmers with KCC owners submit a written application to the bank concerned by July 24th in the Kharif harvest and on December 24th in the Rabi harvest that they do not want the benefits of the insurance system. In this case, the premium may not be deducted. There are 79,000 KCC owners in the district. Farmers who are not KCC owners can have their crops insured through Jan Seva Kendra if they wish to take out crop insurance. To do this, they must have their Aadhar card and savings account number with them. The financial scale of the Kharif harvest is Rs 56,586.
There is a premium deduction of two percent of the financing for the insurance. While the financial volume of the Rabi harvest is 54,104 rupees, the premium is deducted at 1.5 percent.

1096 harvest in Kharif and no one got any compensation in Rabi

– 29,802 farmers had the Prime Minister’s crop insurance for Kharif and 27,479 for the Rabi crop

Farmers said that if the insurance rules change, farmers will receive benefits

Amar Ujala office

Sant Kabir Nagar. There is a provision according to the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana to grant the insured farmer compensation in the event of crop damage. 29,802 farmers were insured in the kharif crop, of which 1,096 farmers received compensation of Rs 92.14 lakh. 27,479 farmers are insured for Rabi harvest. No farmer received insurance benefits. The reason for this is that the average wheat yield is the average of seven years. Although it is below average in some places, its report has been sent to the government.

There are about three lakh farmers in the district. There are 2.40 lakh small fringe farmers in it. While 60,000 are medium and large farmers. In 2020 in Kharif, 29,802 farmers were insured. Of these, 1,096 farmers received compensation of 92.14 lakh from the insurance company. While 27 479 farmers were insured in the Rabi year 2020-21. In which no farmer got an insurance claim.

Farmer Satyabrata Tiwari from the Khalilabad tehsil area, who received insurance benefits, said the benefit of insuring the rice fields was obtained and the insurance company paid compensation. Farmers Harishchandra Choudhary, Atul Pandey, Parag, said most farmers are not receiving benefits due to crop damage due to mandatory insurance conditions. If damage is caused by lightning, the crop will be compensated, but the damage to the crop due to the breakage of the electric cable will not be compensated. Most of the damage is due to a fire incident. So the government has to change the rules.

Lead Back Manager Sanjay Kumar said that those farmers who do not want to take out insurance must report this in writing to the affected KCC branch of the bank, otherwise the premium would be deducted by insuring all KCC holders through the bank. is.

These are the conditions to get the insurance benefits

A failed sowing means that there will be flooding. The fields are soaked and the farmers can no longer grow crops. Due to disease or pests, the mid-stage crop should be 75 percent damaged. The damage to crops is rated at the gram panchayat level of agricultural land. In such a situation, 50 percent compensation is available immediately. In the pruning report of the crop, the yield should be below that of the previous year. Crop damage from excessive rain and crop damage from lightning strike. Storing a load of grain in the barn can cause damage from storms, rain, etc.

Provide information within 72 hours of the harvest damage

Vipin, the district representative of Universal Soman General Insurance Company, states that in the event of crop damage due to natural disasters, the farmer should notify the affected bank or toll-free number 18002005142 within 72 hours. In this way, the farmer receives the benefits of the insurance system. It is true that no farmer has received the wheat crop insurance claim. The reason for this is that this time the yield corresponds to the average of the previous year’s yield. Incidentally, the harvest of wheat crop was carried out by the administration. Administration sent the report to the Director of Crop Insurance Statistics. After receiving the report from the government, the situation will be able to continue.

The report on the low harvest was sent to the government

District Agriculture Commissioner PC Vishwakarma said efforts are being made to protect more and more farmers in the district under Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. 1096 farmers have received claims in rice fields. The wheat harvest has produced an average of 32 quintals of wheat per hectare over the past seven years. For this reason, no farmer has the right. By the way, in a few grams of panchayat, the crop pruning report found a below-average yield. This report has been sent to the government.

KCC holders are automatically insured, and farmers without a card can also take advantage of benefits

According to the terms of the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, the farmers who are KCC holders are automatically insured. If farmers with KCC owners submit a written application to the bank concerned by July 24th in the Kharif harvest and on December 24th in the Rabi harvest that they do not want the benefits of the insurance system. In this case, the premium may not be deducted. There are 79,000 KCC owners in the district. Farmers who are not KCC owners can have their crops insured through Jan Seva Kendra if they wish to take out crop insurance. To do this, they must have their Aadhar card and savings account number with them. The financial scale of the Kharif harvest is Rs 56,586.

There is a premium deduction of two percent of the financing for the insurance. While the financial volume of the Rabi harvest is 54,104 rupees, the premium is deducted at 1.5 percent.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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