Gujarat Government Pani Na Tanka Mate Sahay Yojna: Water tanks Sahay Yojana Online and Offline Apply 2020 ( i-khedut portal Online application)
The government is striving to enable the farmers of the state to get higher production of agricultural crops and become economically prosperous.
However, unseasonal rains, hurricanes, heavy rains and other factors adversely affect the quality of the crop after its production, due to which the farmer cannot get adequate compensation for his labor. To help build community base underground tanks for water from Ketu to increase, increase quality production and increase social harmony among farmers, the farmer can reap the rewards of his hard work and avoid adverse effects on crop productivity and product quality.
For the new matter of giving Rs Proposal made by letter No.
(1) read by the Director of Agriculture for administrative sanction of Rs Under consideration, Karav: Budget provision under the new matter in the year 2020-21 for a scheme to assist adult consideration in constructing community base ground water tanks for economical use of water through arrow, drip irrigation is Rs. ૬ on, on lakh (six lakh lakh in number) kills in giving administrative approval to spend.
(1) Matter of assistance (1) Application has to be made to the group under this scheme, 50% of the expenditure or Rs. 3.50 lakh whichever is less, has to be paid in the account of the group linker as decided by the group, (2) for assistance under this scheme.
The unit course should include materials including an RC with a capacity of at least 1000 dinimeters, a seawater underground / sludge tank, an electric room, an electric panel board and an electric pump motor.
The agriculture department offers subsidy to the farmers for building tanks as per the size of the tanks. Under the scheme, two or more farmers can jointly dig a tank and store water in it during the rainy season when enough water is available and utilize it during the summer season when the water is scarce.
The federal government spends more than $20 billion a year on subsidies for farm businesses. About 39 percent of the nation’s 2.1 million farms receive subsidies, with the lion’s share of the handouts going to the largest producers of corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, and rice.
Farm subsidies are intended to raise farmer incomes by remedying low crop prices. Instead, they promote overproduction and therefore lower prices further. … Farm subsidies are intended to be consumer-friendly and taxpayer-friendly. Instead, they cost Americans billions each year in higher taxes and higher food costs.