Kisan Sarvoday Yojana Gujarat 20020: Govt changes name of daytime electricity scheme for farmers (રાજ્યના ખેડૂતોને કિસાન સર્વોદય યોજના હેઠળ દિવસે વીજળી અપાશે): In an unusual development, the Gujarat government has changed the name of its ambitious scheme of providing electricity to all the farmers during daytime from Dinkar Yojana to Kisan Sarvoday Yojana. The first phase of the scheme will be virtually launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 24.
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Under Kisan Sarvodaya Yojana, the state government has decided to provide electricity to farmers during the day. Energy Minister Shri Patel added that Prime Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi will inaugurate the ambitious Kisan Sarvodaya Yojana for the farmers on October 7 from virtually Junagadh. Under this scheme, 12.5 lakh farmers of the state will be covered. He added that the sensitive Chief Minister of the state Shri Vijaybhai Rupani has fulfilled the years-old demand of the farmers today.
The change in the scheme’s name became known on Tuesday in a government release that announced its virtual launching by the PM on October 24.
When contacted about the change, Energy Minister Saurabh Patel said, “The name has been changed (from Dinkar Yojana to Kisan Sarvoday Yojana) because it was a better name. There is no other reason.
This scheme of government which named Kisan Sarvoday Yojna is a part of the grand success of the Government. Provision of Rs.500 crore – Initially, 108 villages of Dahod, Junagadh, and Gir-Somnath districts will be covered. New transmission lines and 11 new substations will be constructed in the near future. Part of which was the advocacy of providing electricity to farmers during the day will now be fulfilled.
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Why announced to implement Kisan Suryodaya Yojana:
It has been announced to implement Kisan Suryodaya Yojana to alleviate the problems of the farmers. The state government has decided to complete the challenging task of providing electricity to the farmers in three years. A provision of Rs.500 crore has been made in the budget for 2020-21 for the next three years to build the necessary infrastructure network for this.