Bhubaneswar, 12/2: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today distributed Rs 2,000 each to more than 5.3 million farmers through video conferencing. A total of Rs 1,292 crore has been disbursed. The money is paid directly to farmers’ bank accounts.
The Kalia Scheme was launched in 2016 to help small, marginal, and landless farmers in agriculture and allied activities. The plan has become a national standard today. According to the World Bank, the debt burden of farmers has dropped significantly since last year. “I want the farmers of my state to get a fair price for their produce,” he said. I want to increase the income of farmers. Let’s improve her quality of life. I want to live with the respect of the farmers of my state. “Agriculture is the mainstay of our economy,” he said. “However, the courage and hard work of our farmers has improved agriculture,” he said. “I salute the sacrifice of the farmer and his hard work,” he said.