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Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Pashupalan Yojana Gujarat 2020-Registered Panjarapoles Will Get Financial Aid To Grow Cattle Fodder

Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani is known for his compassion and decisive rule towards animals. Keeping in view the welfare of the pastoralists of the state and paving the way for a self-reliant Gujarat, the state government has announced a financial assistance scheme for the registered panjrapols of the state.

 Plan beanfests:          

Under Panjrapol business with 1-10 hectare land Rs. 10 lakh for tubewell.

    Rs. 8 lakh for solar electric panels with the objective of reducing electricity bill by promoting solar electric radiation.

    For chaff cutter Rs. 1.25 lakh assistance.

    Panjrapol with 4-10 hectares of land will get maximum Rs. Green.50 lakh green fodder so that the grass can be kept in bales.

    Rs. 5 lakh for sprinkler irrigation system.

    Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 1.05 lakh for rain gun irrigation system.

It is important that there is no shortage of fodder for livestock during natural disasters. With this prudent goal in mind, CM Shri Vijay Rupani has decided to give this financial benefit to the registered Panjrapol and has expressed sensitivity for a big reason.

The Punjab delegation requested Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani about the scarcity of fodder during the drought and other aspects of difficulty in managing the lives of animals. Mr. Vijay Rupani, who believes in living life and letting others live life, expressed his compassion through this remarkable plan for a registered cage.


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The Chief Minister has decided that the registered Panjrapol with 1-10 hectares of land will be given Rs. 10 lakh for tubewells and can produce their hay.

To reduce the cost of electricity bill through the use of solar energy, it has been decided that registered cages with 1-10 hectares of land can get assistance up to Rs 8 lakh. For solar electric panels.

Panjrapol with 4-10 hectares of land will get maximum Rs. Green.50 lakh green fodder for baler and panjrapol for 1-10 hectare land Rs. 1. A green fodder baler is used to make green grass fodder bales for chaff cutters so that it saves space in storage and can be easily moved from one place to another for daily use.

Panjarapol aims to make the government self-sufficient by fertilizing their land. It is important that water reaches the soil so that fodder is produced. With the plan for the pipeline for irrigation, Rs. 30 thousand for one hectare and 20 thousand rupees for each hectare of land. Maximum assistance Rs. 2.10 lakh can be obtained under the scheme.

Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani also believes in using water calculation for fodder production to reduce water wastage. With this approach, Panjrapol who opts for sprinkler irrigation system for grass production will get a maximum of Rs. Per 5 hectares. For rain gun irrigation system, benefits range from 1-3- 1-35 thousand to- 1-3-hectare area, Rs. 70 thousand rupees 4-7 hectares and Rs. 1.05 lakh for 8-10 hectare area.

In the budget of 2020-21, the state government has allocated Rs 100 crore for this purpose. It is important that the Panjrapol registered by the transparent administration gets the benefit of this scheme. For this, a digital configuration is created for the process. For this purpose .Online applications can be made on i.khedut portal.

Now registered cages can make their land arable and with the availability of water, fertilizer and seeds the land can be used for fodder production for animals.

How to benefit?

Only those who have land in Panjrapol are entitled to avail the benefit of the scheme as per the revenue records. Chief Minister Shri Vijay believes in transparent and complete proof administration so that the benefits reach effectively. Therefore, the facility of online application is available through i.khedut portal.

In order to avail the benefits of the scheme, interested parties have to print copies of land records / / 12, A-A, GPS, as well as submit the online application of print out records, GS service with photo. Date of land taken from the application. And Gaucher board within 30 days.

Beneficiary organizations will have to maintain a record of fodder production and send it to the Cow Service and Gaucher Development Board by the end of the year.

With the aim of transparent administration, CM Shri Vijay Rupani has instructed that detailed work should be done before starting work with the help of GPS app for photographs of land. Such photographs with the time and date specified therein shall be required during the presentation of the claim.

Any other subsidiary acquired by Panjrapol in the last three years by the Cow Service and Gauchar Development Board will not receive it under this scheme.

For the construction of the collection, the registered Panjrapol can avail the grant from the Hon’ble Member of Parliament or Member of the Legislature of their own constituency.

Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani has clearly instructed that irrigation canals and other water sources should be used for cultivating land between Panjrapol as Prajpole.

Due to his prudent attitude towards animals and compassion of heart, the action of Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani will ensure that animals do not have to struggle for food in difficult times and they can get fodder easily.


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