PM Fasal Bima Yojana: Central and state governments are running many schemes to increase the income of farmers. Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme (PMFBY) was started on 13 January 2016. Under this scheme, the government provides financial assistance in the event of crop failure due to untimely weather or any natural calamity. However, farmers will get its benefit only if they have already registered for crop insurance scheme. Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh) Agriculture Minister Kamal Patel on Sunday said that 20 lakh farmers of the state will get Rs 4,688 crore under the Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme. This amount will be transferred to the farmers’ account on 16 September.
20 lakh farmers will get benefit
Patel said that with one click by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, the outstanding amount of crop insurance for the year 2019 will be sent to the accounts of 20 lakh farmers, about Rs 4,688 crore. He said that the date of nomination under the Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme was extended to 7 September in the flood affected districts.
Aim to benefit 11 crore farmers
Under the Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme, the farmer can insure his crop. This scheme is applicable in every state of the country. The central government has set a target of giving benefit of crop insurance scheme to 11 crore farmers in the financial budget 2020-21.
How to apply
You can also apply for Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme.
For this, you have to register online on the official website http://agri-insurance.gov.in/Login.aspx.
Fill your details in the online form.
After this, you have to give information about land and bank.
In this way you can fill your form.
How to create an account?
If your account is not created, first of all you will have to create an online account on the website http://agri-insurance.gov.in.
For this, you have to first click on the registration and fill all the information.
After this, click on submit button.
After this your account will be created on the website.