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Farmers to get gift of cheap fertilizer, Amit Shah to announce 50% subsidy

Sagar Patel

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Union Minister Amit Shah

The central government is going to give a big gift to the farmers. The government will soon come up with a scheme to give subsidy on nano-fertilisers. With this, nano-fertilisers will become popular among farmers. At the same time, the cost of farming for farmers will also be reduced. Union Minister for Home Affairs and Cooperation Amit Shah will launch it on July 6.

Union Minister for Cooperation Amit Shah will pay a visit to Gujarat on Saturday. During this, he will launch this fertiliser subsidy scheme in a programme. The aim of this scheme is to provide up to 50 per cent assistance to farmers for the purchase of nano-fertilisers in the current financial year.

Anniversary of the Ministry of Cooperation

According to the official statement, Amit Shah will launch the central government’s scheme ‘AGR-2’ from Gandhinagar, Gujarat on July 6. He will participate in the programme here in connection with the 102nd International Day of Cooperation. This day is also the third foundation day of the Union Cooperative Ministry.

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During this programme, Amit Shah will pay the assistance amount to the farmers under the scheme. We will also launch the ‘Bharat Organic Wheat Flour’ manufactured by National Cooperative Organics Limited. The Union Minister will also participate in other cooperation-related programmes in Banaskantha and Panchmahal districts.

Benefits for farmers in 413 districts

The United Nations General Assembly has recently declared the year 2025 as the International Year of Cooperation. Therefore, the government is paying special attention to promoting nano-fertilizers manufactured by cooperative fertilizer companies in India. A 100-day action plan has been drawn up to promote nano-fertilizers. As part of this, the government aims to complete 1,270 trials of Nano DAP (liquid) in 413 districts and 200 trials of Nano Urea Plus (liquid) in 100 districts. This initiative is expected to promote eco-friendly farming methods and reduce the use of chemical fertilizers in the agriculture sector.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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