Led by the Prime Minister and Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, the farmers have got a fair share of their produce. A sum of Rs 1 lakh crore has recently been allocated to strengthen the country’s agricultural market system and agricultural infrastructure. Similarly, for the first time, corporate finance will be used in agriculture due to the new reforms introduced by the Modi government in agriculture. Farming has been recognized in times of crisis like Karna Prime Minister Narendra Modi has provided Rs 2,000 crore directly to bank accounts to the families of 4 million farmers in Odisha through the Poor Welfare Scheme.
In the coming days, if the Odisha government sends the correct list of farmers, the Indian government will make arrangements to pay directly to the farmers of the state through DBT. During the talks, the Modi government discussed reforms, agricultural policies and the benefits it provides to farmers in India. Over the past four years, the Modi government has undergone many reforms. As a result, agricultural production in the state will increase. Ordinary farmers in Odisha will directly benefit from this. The agricultural sector is a special part of the self-government plan Due to the Prime Minister’s arrangement, local agricultural products such as yellow from Kandalam, dairy from Kuchinda and Lanka from Nimapada will be exported in the coming days.
Prime Minister Chanak HU will benefit from a number of schemes in agriculture-based builders, and forest-based economies. Prime Minister Modi’s harvest has strengthened the agricultural sector and strengthened the farmers’ policy of the Government of India. Farmers in Odisha, the main agricultural region, have also benefited from many welfare schemes of the Modi government.