Ministry increases subsidy on fertilisers to Rs 28000 cr to benefit farmers: Mandaviya

New Delhi: Union Minister for Chemical and Fertilizer Mansukh Mandaviya today (October 18) proclaimed that the Central government has elevated subsidies on fertilisers to the advantage of farmers enabling them to purchase fertilisers at the same rate notwithstanding the hike in their prices in the international market.

Sharing details before media, Union Minister Mandaviya said that the Government of India determined to provide fertilizer at the same rate to farmers in spite of an increase in fertilizer prices in the international market and PM  Narendra Modi Ji has increased subsidy on urea, diammonium phosphate, nitrogen phosphorus potassium, single superphosphate, fertilizers for the advantage of the farmers.

"The subsidy on diammonium phosphate has been increased from Rs 1,200 to Rs 1,650; on Urea from Rs 1,500 to Rs 2,000; on nitrogen phosphorus potassium fertilizer from Rs 900 to Rs 1,015 and on single superphosphate from Rs 315 to Rs 375," said the Union Minister. He went on to say that in the Rabi season Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given Rs 28000 crore subsidy on fertilizers for the farmers so as to ease the burden on the farmers and they can grow their crops without difficulties.

 

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