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Fish Farmers In Bareilly: Government Will Give 60% Subsidy On Ponds


There is good news for the fish farmers in Uttar Pradesh. At the same time, the government will now give a 60% subsidy for fish farming. In fact, under the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana in the Bareilly district, 16 people applied to construct a pond on private land in 2021-22. During this, a grant was given to them after the fisheries department did the survey.

New ponds will be constructed on 16 hectares for fish farming in the district. In such a situation, the government also gives subsidies to promote fisheries. At the same time, the government is offering 60% grants for Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes and 40% for Backward Classes so that farmers can easily do fish farming.

The farmers who want to do fish farming wish to take a subsidy from the department. Those people must have their private land, or it is also necessary to have a seven-year lease. In such a situation, these people can also apply on the portal. In such a situation, along with the construction of the pond for these people, to ensure the availability of water in the pond, 50 thousand rupees will be given to the characters for boring and 25 thousand rupees for buying pumping sets.


Government providing subsidies to farmers

At the same time, there are many such farmers in the Bareilly district. Those who are earning good profit by doing fish farming. In such a situation, in Nawabganj of the district, a farmer has achieved more than 6 lakh profit in 1 year by making a lock. During this, the farmer says that excellent profit is being made from fish farming, and the government is also giving subsidies.

The income of farmers is also increasing due to fisheries. Farmers say that nothing is left in the crops in agriculture. In such a situation, good profits are being made in keeping a lock and fishing is being bought and taken away by the traders from the pond itself. This is a perfect scheme of the government, which provides subsidies to the farmers.

Department will provide applications for the training in fish farming

Let us inform you that while giving information, Fisheries Inspector Amit Shukla said that those who are willing to take up fisheries. For them, the department will provide applications for training in fish farming in a few days. Also, farmers can apply and get exercise. Training during this makes it easier for farmers to take up fish farming.


At the same time, all things are also known. Apart from this, Fisheries Inspector Amit Shukla said that under the scheme, 40 per cent grant would be given for general and backward classes and 60 per cent for SC/ST and women.

Ashish Kumar Mishra
Ashish Kumar Mishra
Ashish Kumar Mishra is the Founder and CEO at Spot News 18. He created Spot News 18 on 30 June 2019. His intention to make these News Websites was only to provide correct and official news to his readers. Now, he is working on Spot News 18 to expand his website reach to all parts of the world.

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