New Delhi: Farmers in the country are going to get a big relief. The World Bank is going to give large amount to the government to help the farmers. With the help of which the government will help in increasing the income of farmers. The World Bank will fund Rs 3,000 crore for mini and mega food parks. This fund will be mainly for the North East Loaders. Union Minister Rameshwar Teli gave information in this regard. The Union Minister said that only a few formalities have remained in this matter and soon the first installment will be available under this loan assistance.
The Minister of State for Food Processing gave this information here at the 15th Indo-US Economic Conference held under the aegis of North India Council of Indo-US Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IACC-NIC). He said that the World Bank has agreed to sanction Rs 3,000 crore for the Ministry of Food Processing.
In a statement issued by IACC-NIC, Union Minister Rameshwar Teli said that India Inc has been urged to come forward and take advantage of the government's policies for setting up food processing units in the country with subsidy of 75 per cent. Is up to the limit. The minister said that the government is doing its best to double the income of farmers and there is a lot of focus on mega and mini food parks, so that the grain produced by the farmers is processed as expected and farmers To benefit from such policy decisions. The government is working on several schemes to increase the income of farmers.
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