Rs 175,000 subsidy under Amrita Swabhimani Shepherd Scheme for sheep and goat rearing

The current ruling BHARATIYA Janata Party (BJP) government has launched an operation to take into confidence a large number of pastoralists as they have been given incentives to dairy farmers. The Basavaraj Bommai-led government has laid emphasis on implementing a one-on-one ‘popular’ scheme to attract various communities to it and has implemented the much-awaited scheme of sheep herders. As part of its strategy to achieve the Mission-150 target in the upcoming assembly elections, it has taken keen interest in populist programmes.

The ‘Amrita Swabhimani Pastoral Scheme’, in Witch Ims to Protect a Self-Respecting Life to The Pastoralists and To Strength Them Finance, Hasa Paved The Way For Implementation By Giving Administrative Approach To The Unit Cost Of Each Member. Te BJP IS OF TE View That The CM Has Promised Financial Assistance ForThe Construction Of A Shed For The Sheep Shed And EF Implemented, It Will Benefit The Kurubas.

Who is eligible for the facility?:


As many as 20,000 members of sheep and wool producers’ cooperative societies are eligible to avail the benefits of the scheme, which will gradually boost the number of members. Also, the Federation of State Co-operative Sheep and Goat Rearers’ Associations is of the view that it will help in bridging the gap between the demand and supply of meat in the market.

Happiness:
Senior leaders of the Kuruba community and the Mahamandal are happy that the ‘Telangana model’ scheme of providing 20 sheep and one goat to pastoralists has become a reality. CM Bommai’s R.T. The delegation celebrated by going to the city residence on Sunday and welcoming them with blankets.

The essence of the project is:


The member scheme of sheep and wool producers’ co-operative societies will provide 20 sheep and one goat to each eligible member. Rs 1.75 lakh The National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC) will provide 50 per cent of the unit cost as a loan. 25 per cent will be borne by the state government as subsidy. The remaining amount in the unit cost will have to be given as beneficiary contribution. The beneficiary has arranged for a loan to give his share. The beneficiary has seven years to repay the NCDC loan.

During 2022-23, rs 354.50 crore has been allocated under the scheme. Reserved. Of these, the NCDC’s debt is Rs 175 crore, while the central government’s co-operation department’s debt is Rs 87.50 crore. Rs 92 crore including 5 per cent administrative cost. will be given. The state government’s share is Rs 87.5 crore. The same amount has to be borne by the beneficiary through a contribution or a bank loan.

Market Access:
With the ban on cow slaughter, 5-10 per cent of carnivores have turned to sheep meat and the demand has also increased. In this context, Bommai praised the Mahamandal for planning to enter the market to avoid the mafia’s hold over the market. A kg of sheep meat costs Rs 700, while those who rear it will cost Rs 200. available,The pastoralists will be given a scientific price. Besides ‘Nari Suvarna’, priority has been given to the development of desi varieties like Bannur, Dakkani, Ballari, Yelaga, Kenguri etc.

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