Farmers occupying land since 50 years will be given pattas
CM Chouhan transfers Rs 100 crore in the accounts of 5 lakh farmers in Nasrullaganj (Sehore)
Bhopal, Dec 4
“The speculations about closure of mandis and support price system are misleading and untrue. Farmers should not pay attention to such speculations. Families occupying one-two acres of agricultural land in the state since 50 years will be given pattas. Online arrangements will be made soon for all land related records,” stated Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
The Chief Minister was addressing a gathering on Dec 3 in Nasrullaganj in Sehore district after transferring Rs 100 crore of the Mukhya Mantri Kisan Kalyan Yojana to the accounts of 5 lakh farmers with a single click.
Farmers extend strong support to agricultural laws
Directly connected with the farmers of the entire state, Chief Minister Chouhan, held a discussion with the farmers on agricultural laws which was welcomed and supported by them and the farmers expressed their gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi with loud applause.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that these laws will bring a revolutionary change in the lives of lakhs of farmers in the state and will double the income of farmers by 2022.
Dedication of works worth Rs 42 crores and bhoomi pujan of works worth Rs 53 crores
The Chief Minister dedicated 10 development and construction works worth Rs 42 crores and performed bhoomi pujan of 10 construction works worth more than Rs 53 crore. The Chief Minister also announced Rs 11 crore for the expansion of Nasrullaganj Hospital. He also provided benefits from various schemes of Fisheries and Rural Development to many beneficiaries and distributed cheques of Mukhyamantri Path Vikreta Nidhi Yojana amount. He also presented tricycles with battery and reverse gear facility to 50 specially abled persons on World Disabled Day.
“Till I am alive, support price will not be discontinued”
Chief Minister Chouhan said that now farmers will have the freedom to sell their produce anywhere. He said that the speculations of closure of mandis are misleading and utter nonsense. Chouhan said that the farmers are being misguided that the support price system will be discontinued. As long as I am alive, support price system will not be discontinued.
|Not once, but lakhs of times I will kneel down and greet the public Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan kneeled down at the meeting to greet the public. Chief Minister Chouhan said that not once but lakhs of times I will kneel down to greet the people. People are God to me and nothing can stop me from kneeling down. But I will not spare those goons, dacoits, mafia and anyone who loots the public. He said that he is softer than a flower for peace loving people and harder than the Vajra for the wicked. He said that the goons should leave the state, otherwise they will not be spared.|
Copies of land records and registration in revenue courts online
Chief Minister Chouhan said that his government is the government of farmers and in the last 8 months more than Rs 25 thousand crores of various schemes have been deposited in the account of farmers. Copies related to farming etc. will now be available online and invitation by the revenue board management system for appearing in revenue courts including mutation will be made online.
Ownership of lands and houses of villages will be given to villagers
The Chief Minister said that all the villages are now being surveyed under Swamitva Yojana, the ownership of all land and houses etc. will now be done in the name of villagers, so that they will also get the benefit of schemes other than bank loans.
Patwari will remain at the headquarters every Monday and Thursday
Chief Minister Chouhan said that now Patwaris will remain at the headquarters every week on Monday and Thursday and collectors will be responsible in case of any negligence. The Chief Minister said that now crops will also be assessed with an automatic machine, so that farmers can get actual benefits at the time of loss.
Budget allocation will be based as per population of poor
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that his government has resumed the welfare schemes for the poor, which were closed by the previous government, and now budget will be given for the schemes as per the population of the poor in the state. He said that children should study well, fees will be paid by Mama. Chouhan said that he will soon send more than Rs 2 crores in the accounts of 450 women of self-help groups.
Fishermen and cattle rearers will also get credit cards
Chief Minister Chouhan said that it has been decided to give credit cards to milk producers and fish farmers in the state. Local products will be made vocal by making markets available to create Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh along with productive activities. Stitching of school uniforms and preparation of nutritious food for Anganwadis have been entrusted to self-help groups.
Now, Mandi fee is 50 paisa, and commission is two percent in sabji mandi
During an interaction with the farmers the Chief Minister said that now the farmers have freedom to sell their produce anywhere. Mandi fee will be. 50 paisa and tax in Sabji Mandi has also been reduced to 2 percent.
Government will pay interest on agricultural loans
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that many farmers are in debt due to the previous government’s loan waiver. He said that farmers need not worry, the state government will pay the interest for that period and farmers will be freed of the burden of interest.
Online interaction with farmers
Chief Minister Chouhan interacted online with one farmer each from Sagar, Raisen, Khandwa, Gwalior and Indore and discussed with them about the status of cultivation and regarding the benefits of government schemes.