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What is to Include Centre's relief package 2021

 What is to Include Centre's relief package 2021


5 lakh people to get free tourist visas to promote tourism in India, Rs 6.28 lakh crore announced for Kovid affected sector



                                           Centre's relief package 2021



    To strengthen the healthcare infrastructure for children, Rs. 23220 crore


Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has made several economic announcements to boost the economy affected by Kovid. It involves many new schemes. While the scope of some older schemes has been extended. The new economic package includes new announcements for Kovid-affected sectors. Free tourist visas will also be issued to 5 lakh people to promote tourism in India. The finance minister has announced a total financial relief of Rs 6,28,993 crore. Let us know what announcements Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has made ...


Finance Minister's announcement ...

1- Economic relief


    1.1 lakh crore loan guarantee scheme for Kovid affected sector.

    50 thousand crore for health sector.

    60 thousand crore for other sectors.

    The interest on loans taken for the health sector should not be more than 7.95 per cent per annum.

    Interest for other sectors should not exceed 8.25 per cent.


2-ECLGS


    An additional Rs 1.5 lakh crore will be provided in ECLGS.

    Distribution of Rs 2.69 lakh crore in ECLGS 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 so far.

    The scheme was first announced at Rs 3 lakh crore.

    Now the total limit of this scheme has reached Rs 4.5 lakh crore.

    It will benefit all the sectors involved so far.


3-Credit Guarantee Scheme


    Small business-individual NBFCs will be able to take loans of up to Rs 1.25 lakh from microfinance institutes.

    A maximum of 2% interest can be charged on the bank's MCLR.

    The term of this loan will be 3 years and the government will give a guarantee.

    Its main purpose is to disburse a loan.

    All types of borrowers, including 89-day defaulters, will be eligible for this.

    About 2.5 million people will benefit from this scheme.

    About Rs 7500 crore will be provided. It will be available till March 31, 2022.


4- 11 Financial Assistance to Registered Tourist Guides / Travel Tourism Stakeholders


    Financial assistance will be provided to registered tourist guides and travel tourism stakeholders affected by Kovid.

    Of this, a loan of Rs 1 lakh will be given to a licensed tourist guide and a loan of Rs 10 lakh will be given to a tourist agency.

    This loan will be 100% guaranteed. There will be no processing charge on this.


5- First 5 lakh foreign tourist visas will be declared free


    The scheme will be in force till March 31, 2022

    The scheme will provide financial assistance of Rs 100 crore

    A tourist will get the benefit of this scheme only once

    Foreign tourists will get the benefit of this scheme as soon as they get a visa

    In 2019, about 1.93 crore foreign tourists came to India


6- Area of ​​self-reliant India employment scheme


    The scheme was launched in October last year

    Now this scheme will be extended till 31st March 2022

    Rs 902 crore has been spent for about 21.42 lakh beneficiaries under this scheme.

    In this scheme, the government pays the PF of employees and companies with a salary of less than Rs 15,000.

    The government has set a target of spending Rs 22,810 crore on the scheme, which will benefit about 58.50 lakh people.

    Government employee-company pays 12% -12% PF.


7- Subsidies linked to agriculture


    An additional subsidy of Rs 14,775 crore has been provided to farmers. Of this, a subsidy of Rs 9,125 crore has been given on DAP.

    A subsidy of Rs 5,650 crore has been given to NPK.

    432.48 lakh metric tonnes of wheat has been procured in Rabi season 2020-21.

    So far, Rs 85,413 crore has been given directly to farmers.


8- Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana


    The scheme was announced on March 26, 2020 to help the poor affected by Kovid.

    The scheme initially benefited from April to June 2020.

    It was later extended and implemented until November 2020.

    The scheme cost Rs 1,33,972 crore in 2020-21.

    The scheme was re-launched in May 2021.

    Under this scheme, about 800 million people will be provided 5 kg of foodgrains free of cost till November 2021.

    The scheme will cost about Rs 93,869 crore this year.

    About Rs 2,27,841 crore will be spent on this scheme last year and this year.

    Agricultural subsidies and the Prime Minister's Poor Welfare Food Scheme are old schemes.


Other announcements of the Finance Minister

23220 crore for public health


    This money will be spent on health services linked to children.

    This money will be used to increase facilities like ICU bed, ventilator bed, ambulance.

    Oxygen availability will be increased at central, district and sub-district level.

    Facilities like testing capacity, supportive diagnostics and teleconsultation will be enhanced.

    This money will be spent until 31 March 2022.

    Rs 15,000 crore has been spent on this scheme last year.


Malnutrition- Farmers' income

 

     Read In Gujarati Report



    Measures to eradicate malnutrition and increase farmers' income are underway.

    Farming with special qualities and nutrients is being prepared for it.

    ICAR has developed a bio fortified breed.

    21 varieties of grains will be made available in different ways.


North East Regional Agriculture Marketing Corporation

    The organization was formed in 1982 to help farmers in the North East.

    75 farmer organizations are affiliated with this organization.

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