The Govt of Haryana has announced Bhavantar Bharpayee Yojana, a risk mitigation scheme for distress farmers in the state. The scheme is announced by the Chief Minister Shree Manoharlal Khattar after agitation by farmers across the state. Tomato and potatos were thrown on the roads due to crash in their prices.
Bhavantar Bharpayee Yojana rates:
- Tomato & Potato: Rs. 400 per quintal
- Onion and Cauliflower: Rs. 500 per quintal
The Bhavantar Bharpayee Yojana is applicable for specially for vegetable farmers in Haryana as of now and is expected to protect them from price drop due. Rate of Rs. 400 per quintal would be given for Tomato and Potato whereas Rs. 500 per quintal would be given to Onion and Cauliflower. Vegetable farmers are also advised to go for traditional crops said the Chief Minister to minimize the risk.
How to apply/register for Bhavantar Bharpayee Yojana Haryana:
STEP 1: Govt of Haryana soon will be launching Bhavantar Bharpayee e-Portal and Crop Cluster Development Programme in the office of Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board
STEP 2: All the farmers needs to register them self along with the crop they are sowing on the portal for the program
STEP 3: Based on the registered details the government official will visit the farms and perform the inspection
STEP 4: Once the officials confirms SMSs will be sent to the concerned farmers regarding compensation details
Government will compensate farmers when the prices of the vegetable goes down in the market. More details about the exact steps are awaited. Once they are available, we will provide step by step procedure to apply for Bhavantar Bharpayee Yojana.
Highlights of Bhavantar Bharpayee Yojana:
- a price deficit compensation scheme for vegetable growers in Haryana
- Bhavantar Bharpayee e-Portal and Crop Cluster Development Programme to be launched soon
- Micro irrigation to be adopted for vegetable farming
- Small mandis will be setup in the in big adjacent market Delhi by the Haryana government for vegetable farmers
- Government of Haryana is planning to provide cold storage facilities at the Asias biggest fruits and vegetable mandi at Guna
- Small mandis will be setup in each of the districts where farmers can sell their crops
- 3,035 crores are already spent by the government for compensating farmers for their looses
- Farmers are requested to apply for Fasal Bima Yojana For details on how to apply for Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana click here