Aug 162019
 

YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme Pathakam in Andhra Pradesh 2019-20 [Subsidy, Farmer List, Check Status, Online Application Form Download, How to Apply, Last Date, Amount, Installment, Eligibility, Documents, Official Website, Toll free Number]

The CM of Andhra Pradesh, Jagan Mohan Reddy has made it clear that his first task will be to ensure the growth and prosperity of poor farmers. In this regard, the CM announced a new agricultural grant scheme, the YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme. The scheme is a successor of a former scheme that was launched by the former state authority. The revised scheme offers more financial support and other important benefits. From this article, you will gather details about the features, eligibility, documentation and registration procedure.

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Name of the scheme

YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme

Previous name of the scheme

Annadata Sukhibhava Scheme

Launched in

Andhra Pradesh

Launched by

Jagan Mohan Reddy

Announcement date

June 2019

Date of official implementation

October 2019

Target beneficiaries

Poor farmers who lack financial support

Supervising department

Agriculture Cooperation & Farmers Welfare Department in Andhra Pradesh

Official Website

NA

Toll Free Help Line Nmuber

NA

Registration Mode

Via CSC Center 

Key features of the YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme

Financial wellbeing of the farmers

The scheme is a conscious effort by the AP Chief Minister to ensure better monetary support and overall assistance to poor state agro-workers.

Monetary help for farmers

It has been highlighted in the revised agricultural scheme that Rs. 12,500 will be deposited in the bank account of all beneficiaries. This money can be used to increase the quality and quantity of crops.

Payment tenure

Every beneficiary will get the state-sponsored grant for four successive financial years.

Money for preparing the farms

Land plowing, purchasing HYV seeds, fertilizers, insect repellent sprays and renting pumps do not come cheap. Poor farmers no longer queue up outside the banks for loan. The state grant will come in handy to pay for these things.

Estimated beneficiary count

Nearly 50 lakh agricultural workers will come under the scheme. Thus, the state government is gearing up to provide financial support to all eligible farmers.

Implementation in phases

It has been clearly mentioned in the scheme guidelines that the implementation will be carried out in successive phases.

DBT mode

The state government does not want any lack of transparency in the benefit distribution process. Thus, grant sum will go to the respective beneficiary’s bank account. Thus, the scheme will use Direct Benefit Transfer mode.

Special arrangement for tenant farm workers

Some farmers work on other landowner’s farms. Such agro-workers are called tenant farmers. After the implementation of this scheme, tenant farmers will also acquire the benefits.

Free power supply

Many farmers have started using pumps to draw water to their farms. But these pumps will not work without power. The state government will not only create a steady power supply system but will offer farmers free access to electricity for agricultural needs.

Easy water supply

Many districts of the state are prone to drought. Lack of irrigation also poses a threat to the crops. The CM has also commissioned the construction of wells. These wells can meet the irrigation requirements to some extent.

Arrangement for storing crops

The new CM listened to the complaints of the state farmers, and stepped up the project to construct warehouses and cold storages. These establishments prevent rotting of crops, and enhance their freshness. Nearly 200 new warehouses have already been commissioned.

Separate fund for managing unforeseen circumstances

Too much or too little rain or other climatic factors can destroy the standing crop. In that case, farmers will not be in trouble. Creating a separate disaster management fund will allow the government to offer financial support in the time of need.

Fix MSP of selected products

The state government has also taken it upon itself to see that no farmer incurs a loss after the harvest. Sometimes, farmers are forced to sell their produce at low rates. Now, the AP government will specify the selling price of some crops and grains, under the MSP act.

Insurance coverage

Poor farmers are not financially equipped to get life insurance policies, which offer life coverage. These insurance policies rid the family of financial worries if the agro-worker passes away. Under this scheme, beneficiaries will attain life insurance coverage of Rs. 5 lakhs.

Premium payments by state

Poor agricultural workers fail to continue the premium payment for their life insurance policies. To eliminate the chances of policy lapse, the AP government will contribute the yearly premium amount.

Eligibility to apply for the scheme

Legal resident of the state

The entire scheme will be funded by the Andhra Pradesh government. So, it is mandatory for the farmers to be permanent residents of this area.

Small, marginal and tenant farmers

As per the guidelines, highlighted in the scheme draft, the monetary support will be offered to small, marginal as well as tenant agricultural workers.

Farmers falling in the BPL category

Only those interested applicants can apply and attain the benefits if they belong to the BPL class.

Documents necessary for application

Documents to support residential claims

A copy of the legal residential proof document needs to be attached with the registration form.

Registration certificate of farmers

The Block Development Office or the Agricultural Department Office in the respective district needs to issue a certificate that highlights that the applicant is a farmer by profession.

BPL certificate

The interested candidate must attach a photocopy of the BPL certificate with the application form.

Income certificate

To get the agricultural grant, applicant must go to the Block Development Office and get an income certificate issues in their names. The Gram Panchayat Office also has the authority to issue this certificate.

Aadhar card

The submission of a copy of the applicant’s Aadhar card is a must during registration. It will assist the background scrutiny process. If the applicant does not possess an Aadhar card, then he/she can submit copies of ration and voter cards.

Bank account details

The state government will not be able to initiate and monitor the grant distribution processes if the bank account details of the beneficiaries are missing. So, all details, pertaining to the bank account must be submitted.

How to get application form and register?

The scheme is scheduled to be launched within two months. It is high time that the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh makes an official statement, unveiling the registration process. Accordingly, interested farmers can take preparations. Speculations suggest that to ensure inclusion of all eligible beneficiaries, the state government may opt for manual enrollment. It will take place through the Common Service Centers or the CSCs. Several CSCs will be opened in all parts of the state. Farmers can walk into these centers with their documents and ask the public assistant to do the needful. Once any application form or registration process related news is released, we will update the site accordingly.

Even the CM and the Agricultural Minister commented on the holistic nature of this scheme. Under this project, farmers will get all these facilities, which can increase crop production. With a massive boost to the agro-industries, the overall economy of Andhra Pradesh will also go up. The scheme is rather promising, and all eyes are glued on it to see how it improves the condition of farmers, post-implementation.

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