Monday, 31 May 2021

Latest Official Circular and Application Information Farmers in 12 districts and 92 talukas will benefit from crop loss assistance

The benefit of this relief package will not be available to government, cooperative or institutional landholders.

Under this package, even if the account holder farmer has more than one account, the assistance will be available only once. . The beneficiary farmer has not applied for assistance for more than one account and all the details submitted in the application form

A true confession must be given. . If the Aadhaar number is not obtained by the farmer, he will be eligible for assistance if the required evidence is submitted as per the provision prescribed in the Aadhaar Act.

Beneficiaries have to pay assistance under this package. For which Rs.10 / - per application will have to be spent from the state budget for printing the form, contractual manpower, IT infrastructure, necessary resources etc. Out of which Rs.2,00 / - per application will be paid at the district level as well as at the state level Rs.1.00 / application received as the application has been paid, a total of Rs.10 / application can be spent.

Procedure for implementation:

The prescribed sample application of the account (Village Sample No. 2 / A) with 5% or more damaged survey number identified on the basis of Hurricane Damage Survey by the District Panchayat System will be valid for assistance.

On the basis of the farmer's application for application and survey report, the Gram Sevak is entitled to the assistance and payable assistance per account in proportion to the area affected by the planted area as well as the number of fruit trees.

After verifying the amount, the applications will be sent to the recommendation co-taluka development officer. The taluka development officer will have to check the applications received by the taluka extension officer (agriculture) and approve the assistance.

The Taluka Development Officer will have to approve the assistance of such applications and make a proposal to the District Development Officer for the required grant. The District Development Officer shall request SDRF and State Budget wise grants from the Revenue Department and the Department of Agriculture, Farmer Welfare and Co-operation respectively.

On the basis of the proposal of the District Development Officer, the budget is given to the district by the finance department

Will be handed over to the Development Officer.

The District Development Officer has to hand over the required amount to the Taluka Development Officer and the Taluka Development Officer has to deposit the amount due to the farmers through RTGS / NEFT or Account Pay Check. To report the prescribed specimen of daily payment by the Taluka Development Officer to the District Development Officer

Will remain.

The District Development Officer shall make the said consolidated report of the district to the Revenue Department and the Department of Agriculture, Farmer Welfare and Co-operation.

Expenditure under SDRF budget under this relief package will have to be borrowed under the following budget headings.

Budget Head: (2-4-08-200-06 (C-3) (Assistance to Small and Marginal Farmers) Demand No .:

Main Head: ૨૨૪૫ Natural Disaster Relief Sub Head: 08

Secondary Head: 200-08 Assistance rate to small marginal farmers Object Class-1


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