Besides wheat and paddy, the Haryana government is also procuring mung, oilseeds, bajra and other food grains through 367 mandis. Within Haryana, currently maize, millet, cotton, sunflower, mung, groundnut, arhar, urad, sesame, wheat, mustard, barley, gram and paddy are being harvested under MSP.
Haryana became the first state in India to procure 14 crops at Minimum Support Price (MSP). This time 14 foodgrain crops were purchased by Haryana government at MSP price. On behalf of the state government, besides wheat and paddy, the government is also procuring moong, oilseeds, bajra and other food grains through 367 mandis. At present, the state of Haryana produces maize, millet, cotton, sunflowerMoong, peanuts, Aarhar, Urad And sesame is being bought at MSP.
For your information, we tell you that most of the states buy some popular crops like wheat, paddy, cotton and sugarcane at MSP. But, Haryana is the first state in India to procure 14 crops at MSP prices.
Compensation will be given in case of crop damage
Khattar’s government also promised to compensate farmers by planting damaged crops, which would be directly transferred to farmers’ accounts. The state government has taken this step to help farmers whose crops have been damaged due to excess rains. The state government is assessing the crop damage, he said. After this evaluation, the government will Compensation for damaged crops will transfer money to their account.
Haryana Government is improving the economic condition of farmers
Haryana Government is making every possible effort to empower farmers economically and socially. In this direction, the state government is also running various schemes. Some of the major schemes include Kisan Credit Card Scheme, Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, Dairy Entrepreneur Development Scheme (DEDS), Kisan Tractor Yojana, Kisan Mitra Yojana, Krishi Udyan Yojana, Animal Kisan Credit Card Scheme etc. are included. Let us tell you that various benefits are available through these schemes, from grants to other benefits.
Farmers are benefiting from the Meri Fasal-Mera Boyora project
The scheme was released by the state government on 5 July 2019. With this scheme, farmers can upload complete details of their crops on this portal. Along with this, you can also report any kind of wastage of your crops on this portal.