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Only Chief Minister In India To Take A Historic Decision For Farmer's Welfare

Telangana Chief Minister KCR

For Every acre Rs. 4000 will be credited to Farmer's Bank Account in May - For Purchase of Fertilizers in the coming financial year. Fulfilling promises Loan Waiver of Rs. 17000 Crore for 36 lakh Farmers
  • Establishment of Farmer Communities in every village
  • Kharif crop seeds will be supplied on subsidy after monsoon every year.
  • As part of Seed Bowl of Telangana, establishment of seed processing unit for producing quality seeds.
  • Rs. 1 Lakh Interest Free Loan for farmers who clear their loans on time. 25 Paise interest forloans above this amount.
  • Distribution of Tractors and agricultural tools on subsidy. 100% Subsidy for SC and STs
  • One mini Soil testing Laboratory will be set up under very Agricultural Development Officer Free Soil Testing and result card supplied to farmers.
  • 1311 Agriculture Development 0fficers (Inducting 1000 New Officers)
  • 120 Agricultural officers appointed for increasing scientific knowledge.
  • Subsidy in Crop Insurance for farmers.
  • Establishment of 330 Godowns with capacity of 17.50 lakh tons at cost ofRs. 1024 crores.
  • Every year Irrigation Projects to be established at the cost of Rs.25000 crores.
  • Free Electricity for 24 Lakh Agricultural Motors at the cost of Rs. 4800 Crores.
  • Restoration of 46000 Lakes under Mission Kakatiya and enriching the farmlands with silt 
  • Protecting Farmers' interests, their produce will be purchased at centrally approved rates, avoiding middlemen.
  • Through Micro Irrigation and Drip irrigation, the Farmers will be enabled to cultivate high yields with less water 
  • Under this Scheme 100% subsidy for SC/STs, 90% Subsidy for BCs and marginal farmers, and 80% subsidy for others.
  • The limit for micro irrigation increased from2.5 acres to 12.5 acres
  • Micro Irrigation will be implemented at a cost of Rs.1300 crores this year Rs. 1000 crores financial assistance from NABARD.
  • The only state to give 75% subsidy for Polyhouses.
  • Land increased from One acre to 3 acres for farmers. 100% subsidy for SC/STs
  • 50% subsidy for Permanent green houses (Rs. One lakh subsidy for acre.)
  • Free Distribution of fruit tree saplings to farmers under Haritha Haram programme.
  • Establishment of Spice Park in 40 acres land at Balkonda Mandal, Nizamabad District, at a cost of Rs.31 crores.
  • Appointment of 75 Agricultural Horticulture 0fficers for providing scientific knowledge.
  • As part of good governance, establishment of Centres of Excellence for vegetables and Flowers in 10 acres at Jeedimetla at the cost of Rs. 12 crores and Fruit gardens in 10 acres at the cost of Rs.12 crores at Mulugu. 
  • Fair prices for farmers, and quality food produce for consumers, establishment of 64 crops colonies. 
  • Establishment of Telangana Horticultural Development Corporation.
  • Through this Corporation, more value will be added to agricultural products and promote establishment of agri-related industries.
  • The capacity of the Palm 0il Factory at Aswaraopeta, Khammam District to be increased from 15 to 30 tons. New factory to be established at Apparaopeta of 60 Mts Capacity.
  • High profits for farmers in Palm 0il production through these factories.
  • Establishment of Food Park at Nandipeta, Jedchera, Sattupallito increase income generation for farmers.
  • As encouragement for Mulberry farmers, subsidy of additional Rs. 75 for1 kg of silk pods. 
  • Under Jayashankar Agricultural University, establishment of 2 Agricultural Colleges, 1 Food and Science Technology College and 4 Polytechnic Agri Colleges.