Haryana government has started purchasing 14 crops at MSP

By: MeriKheti
Published on: 26-Oct-2023

The Haryana government is also purchasing moong, oil seeds, millet and other food grains along with wheat and paddy by 367 markets. At present, maize, millet, cotton, sunflower, moong, groundnuts, arhar, urad, sesame, mustard, barley, grams and paddy are being bought in Haryana at MSP. Haryana has become the first state to buy 14 food grains at minimum support price ( MSP). From the State government side, the government is also purchasing moong, oil seeds, millet and other food grains along with wheat and paddy by 367 markets. At present, purchase of maize, millet, cotton, sunflower, moong, groundnuts, arhar, urad and sesame is being made on MSP. For your kind information, let you know that most states purchase only famous crops like wheat, paddy, cotton and sugarcane on MSP. But Haryana is the first state to purchase 14 crops on MSP. 


Compensation will be given at crop failure 

The Khattar government also talked about providing compensation to the farmers for their failed crops, which will directly be given in their accounts. State government took this step for the damaged crops of farmers due to excessive rain. He said, the state government is taking assessment of loss to farmers. Under this assessment, the government will transfer the compensation amount for the damaged crops to farmers directly in their accounts. 


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The Haryana government is making financial condition of farmers better

The Haryana government is making every possible effort in making farmers financially and socially stable. The state government is also putting up multiple schemes for this. A few of these schemes include credit card scheme, Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna, dairy entrepreneurship development scheme ( DEDS), kisan tractor Yojna, Kisan Mitra Yojna, agricultural flight scheme, Pashu Kisan credit card scheme. Let us tell you that from these schemes, farmers are also getting other benefits other than grants.


Benefits to farmers from Meri Fasal- Mera Byora

The State government has issued this scheme on 5 July 2019. With the help of this scheme, farmers can upload complete details of their crops online on the internet. Along with this, farmers will also be able to upload the details of any damage caused to their crops.