Kisan Nyay Yojana: Many beneficial schemes are being operated by the central government to increase the income of the farmers. Along with this, the state government has also started many schemes for the farmers at its level. In this sequence, Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana is being run for the farmers here in the state of Chhattisgarh. Under this, farmers are given 10 thousand rupees per acre as payment amounts. The amount of the first installment of this scheme for the financial year 2021-22 will be transferred to the farmers in their accounts on 21st May. Let us inform you that 18 lakh 43 thousand farmers of the state are taking advantage of this scheme. District level programs will be organized: Kisan Nyay Yojana According to media reports, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on May 21, on the occasion of the death anniversary of former Prime Minister Bharat Ratna Late Rajiv Gandhi, under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, the farmers of the state have been asked to pay the first installment amount for the Kharif marketing year 2021-22. Has decided. On this occasion, district-level programs will be organized in all the districts and all district headquarters will be connected through a virtual medium with the program of money transfer by Chief Minister Baghel. 1700 crores will be transferred to the accounts of farmers Under the Rajiv Gandhi Nyay Yojana, about Rs, 1700 crore will be transferred to the farmers' account as the first installment of the Kharif marketing year 2021-22 in the district level program to be organized on May 21. Under this scheme, 12 thousand 209 crore rupees have been paid in the account of farmers in the last two years. Let us inform you that earlier in 2020, the first installment of the scheme was given on 21 May 2020, the second installment was given on 20 August and the third installment on 1 November 2020, and the fourth installment was given on 21 March 2021. A number of Rs 5703 crore will be given to the farmers in four installments: Kisan Nyay Yojana Under the Rajiv Gandhi Nyay Yojana, the farmers are paid in four installments by the state government. According to the Agriculture Minister of the state, under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, the input amount of Rs 5703 crore is to be paid to the farmers in four installments this year. In this, about Rs, 1700 crore will be paid as the first installment on May 21. On which crops do farmers get subsidies? Under the Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana, all major Kharif crops, as well as horticulture crops, have been included. 9 thousand per acre per year input subsidy amount is being given to the farmers producing these crops. Farmers producing Kodo, Kutki, and Ragi are also being given its benefit. In the year 2020-21, the area from which paddy was sold by the farmer at the minimum support price, if the farmer there instead of paddy, Kodo, Kutki, Sugarcane, Arhar, Maize, Soyabean, Pulses, Oilseeds, Fragrant paddy, another fortified paddy, Banana, plants papaya or plantation, then he will be given an input subsidy of 10 thousand rupees per acre. Input subsidy will be given for three years to the farmers doing plantation. What is Rajiv Gandhi Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana was launched by the Government of Chhattisgarh on the occasion of the death anniversary of former Prime Minister Bharat Ratna Late Rajiv Gandhi on 21 May 2020 with the aim of promoting crop productivity in the state. Under this scheme, an amount of Rs 5628 crore was released by the Chhattisgarh government to about 19 lakh farmers registered in the Kharif season 2019-20 as agricultural aid. Under this scheme, input subsidy is being given to paddy-growing farmers at the rate of Rs. 9 thousand per acre per year in the Kharif season. About Godhan Nyay Scheme: Kisan Nyay Yojana Gordhan Nyay Yojana was started by the Government of Chhattisgarh on 21st July 2020. Under this, for the first time in the state, the purchase of cow dung from farmers was started. Gordhan Yojana is being run in two phases, in which 2,240 gaushalas of the state have been connected in the first phase, then a few days after the construction of 2800 cows, cow dung is also being procured in the second phase. In the state of Chhattisgarh, vermicompost is being made from cow dung in Gauthans. Apart from this, items like cow dung wall paint, incense sticks, incense sticks, toys, etc. are being manufactured by the women of Self Help Groups. Apart from this, CNG is also being made from cow dung. Let us inform you that under the Gordhan Nyay Yojana, the Chhattisgarh government buys cow dung from the farmers here at the rate of Rs 2 per kg.