Kisan Kalyan Mission in UP: Kisan Kalyan Mission has started in Uttar Pradesh on 6 January i.e. Wednesday.
Kisan Kalyan Mission in UP: Farmers welfare mission has started in Uttar Pradesh on 6 January i.e. Wednesday. The objective of this mission is to double the income of farmers. Along with this, information about new technologies used in farming and new schemes of the government will also be sent to the farmers. This mission is inaugurated by Chief Minister of UP Yogi Adityanath. This program will run from 6 January to 21 January in all 824 development blocks of Uttar Pradesh.
There will be block programs
Under Kisan Welfare Mission, programs are being organized in 303 blocks of the state on 6 January. There will be programs in 303 blocks next week, while on 21st, farmers will be honored in 201 development block, agricultural fair, scientific talks and progressive farmers.
Under Kisan Kalyan Mission, seminar, exhibition, fair will be organized in all development blocks. The campaign will start from January 6 and run for the next three weeks. Under this, agriculture-based activities like animal husbandry, horticulture etc. have also been included. Separate camps will be organized under the Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme to rectify the Aadhaar number, name or any such mistake.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that to fulfill the dream of PM Modi, the income of farmers has to be doubled by 2022. Sincerely, now policies are made for farmers by governance. He said that I am happy to launch Kisan Kalyan Mission and Kisan Kalyan Kendra at about 100 places in the state. This program is being done to bring prosperity in the lives of farmers and when the Annadata is our happiness, our country itself will be happy.
Profit of PM farmer raising 2.35 crore in UP
During this, CM Yogi said that 2.35 crore farmers are availing the Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi in UP. In the last three and a half years, sugarcane value of one lakh 15 thousand crore rupees has been paid. This amount is so large, that some states do not have an annual budget. He said that after 2014, when farmers became a part of the political agenda of the country, the central government made such programs and schemes for the benefit of farmers, today it is the result that the farmer is not committing suicide.