According to a press statement, a total of 25.76 lakh farmers had enrolled for the insurance coverage of Samba and other crops for the year, which were cultivated in 42.75 lakh acres of land. Already, ₹133.07 crore had been disbursed to 2.02 lakh farmers for crop loss during the Kharif season in 2020-21, it added.
Stain on Monday handed over compensation to 10 farmers at the Secretariat. The CM requested farmers to enrol under the insurance scheme implemented for their own welfare.
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