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Govt to provide up to 65 percent relief to farmers incurring loss due to recent unseasonal rains


28 October 2021  

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KATHMANDU: The government has decided to provide up to 65 percent in relief to farmers incurring loss in agricultural produce due to recent floods, landslide and inundation.

Minister for Health and Population Birodh Khatiwada said the cabinet meeting held on Thursday decided to provide relief up to 65 percent to farmers having less than 10 kattha land and incurring loss due to recent unseasonal rains.

Likewise, it has been decided to provide up to 30 percent relief to farmers owning up to 3 bighas land and 20 percent to the farmers owning more than 3 bighas land.

The government had formed a study panel under the coordination of Home Ministry Secretary Teknarayan Pandey to study the damage caused to agricultural produce due to unseasonal rains-triggered floods, landslides and inundation.

Publish Date : 28 October 2021 21:43 PM

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