DINKAR YOJANA 2020
The government has reduced the cluster limit from 10 hectares to five hectares in a plan to erect barbed wire fences around the farm to protect the crop from animals like pigs and roses.
Chief Minister Rupani had initiated three more schemes in seven steps farmer welfare, saying that the principle of doing what was said was to implement the announcements of schemes made in the budget immediately. Addressing a program organized by Deputy Chief Minister, Cabinet members and office bearers at district-taluka level through video conference, Chief Minister Rupani said that earlier assistance has been provided. After that, for cow based farming, Rs. 300 per cow per month, after three cool steps, three more steps are starting from Saturday. In which we are going to provide free umbrellas to the small traders who earn by selling retail vegetables and fruits so that the vegetables and fruits do not spoil. Umbrellas worth Rs 10 crore will be distributed free of cost to 50,000 hawkers so that vegetables and fruits do not get sun or rain.
In addition to reducing the number of clusters in the barbed wire fence scheme to protect standing crops in the fields, the government has also increased the amount of subsidy from Rs 150 to Rs 200.
In this program, the Chief Minister had a dialogue with the farmers regarding the Rs.500 crore croploss assistance package announced in the Legislative Assembly and the amendments made in the APMC