5 Big Economics Changes of Modi Government Check it.

By | April 15, 2019
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5 economic reforms of the Modi government can not stop Danka

The NDA government promised to do a lot of things for villagers and farmers during its five year tenure. The government also set a huge budget for this. But in these five years, the government’s expenditure and expenditure on publicity have not had any special effect on farmers’ situation. Today, we are going to tell you about the promises of Modi Government that they had done to the farmers but they could not be fulfilled. The Narendra Modi government promised to double the income of the farmers by 2022. Despite this, the growth rate of agriculture in Narendra Modi’s government from 2014 to 2019 was 2.7 per cent less than the Congress 10 years ago.

National Agricultural Market or e-name – it was launched in April 2016 Its purpose was to link agricultural produce market committees with an electronic trading portal. Where the business of agricultural products can be done. It was to be prepared like a single window platform for all information and services related to APMC. It was brought with the intention of making significant progress in agricultural marketing and trade, but not all states have amended their APMC laws to join the e-name. India’s small and marginal farmers do not have access to it.

Soil Health Card- The Narendra Modi Government launched the Soil Health Card in 2015 for free of all farmers in three spells. SHS consists of 6 farmers of choice of farmers. The Soil Cards tell the farmers about the nutrients involved in the soil. But its distribution was non-existent. States like Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan claim 95 percent success in distribution. At the same time, Bihar, West Bengal and Telengana claimed only 50 percent success.

Prime Minister Krishi Irrigation Scheme– The Modi Government launched this scheme with the expenditure of 50 thousand crore on July 1, 2015. The purpose of this scheme was to bring water to every farm, to increase the efficiency of water use. But to provide water to every farm in PMKSY where promise to invest 50 thousand crore, only Rs 9,050 crore was spent between 2015-16 and 2019-20.

Minimum Support Price– This was BJP’s promise. In the budget of 2017, the production cost of the farmer was halved by increasing the minimum support price. But the real finesse was printed in MSP calculation mode. The farmers’ organization demanded to be calculated in two ways. In which the cost of land, rent, supervision and management is also included in the production cost. But the Modi government is using the A2 + FL method. Earlier, only government and procurement was done for wheat and rice. But under the PM Asha Scheme, 23 items have been fixed for MSP for pulses, oilseeds, coarse cereals, cotton, and jute. Purchasing systems are available in Punjab and Haryana, while there is no such kind in the former states like Bihar.

Rural Agriculture Market– For the 86 percent small and marginal farmers who did not make direct transactions from the APMC, the NDA government had taken a decision to upgrade 22 thousand ruralhat markets and make rural agricultural market. For this 50 thousand crore rupees were spent. These markets, which are free of APMC rules, can help farmers to sell their produce directly to consumers and wholesale buyers. The result was that the farmers had to stand in long queues to get the weight of their produce and fix the price. Most of MGNREGA funds ended up paying the farm workers.

Soil Health Card
Soil Health Card- The Narendra Modi Government launched the Soil Health Card in 2015 for free of all farmers in three spells. SHS consists of 6 farmers of choice of farmers. The Soil Cards tell the farmers about the nutrients involved in the soil. But its distribution was non-existent. States like Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan claim 95 percent success in distribution. At the same time, Bihar, West Bengal and Telengana claimed only 50 percent success.

Irrigation scheme
Prime Minister Krishi Irrigation Scheme- The Modi Government launched this scheme with the expenditure of 50 thousand crore on July 1, 2015. The purpose of this scheme was to bring water to every farm, to increase the efficiency of water use. But to provide water to every farm in PMKSY where promise to invest 50 thousand crore, only Rs 9,050 crore was spent between 2015-16 and 2019-20.

Minimum Support Price– This was BJP’s promise. In the budget of 2017, the production cost of the farmer was halved by increasing the minimum support price. But the real finesse was printed in MSP calculation mode. The farmers’ organization demanded to be calculated in two ways. In which the cost of land, rent, supervision and management is also included in the production cost. But the Modi government is using the A2 + FL method. Earlier, only government and procurement was done for wheat and rice. But under the PM Asha Scheme, 23 items have been fixed for MSP for pulses, oilseeds, coarse cereals, cotton, and jute. Purchasing systems are available in Punjab and Haryana, while there is no such kind in the former states like Bihar.

Rural Agriculture Market- For the 86 percent small and marginal farmers who did not make direct transactions from the APMC, the NDA government had taken a decision to upgrade 22 thousand ruralhat markets and make rural agricultural market. For this 50 thousand crore rupees were spent. These markets, which are free of APMC rules, can help farmers to sell their produce directly to consumers and wholesale buyers. The result was that the farmers had to stand in long queues to get the weight of their produce and fix the price. Most of MGNREGA funds ended up paying the farm workers.

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