Through a video conference today, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi spoke with participants in the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY). The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra is being carried out all over the nation to guarantee that the government’s flagship programmes reach all of their intended beneficiaries within a set amount of time.

The Prime Minister asked Shri Alpeshbhai Chandubhai Nizama, a VBSY beneficiary from Bharuch, Gujarat, who is an ITI-certified farmer and diploma holder in hardware engineering, why he chose to enter the agricultural industry. In response, Alpeshbhai said he had made the decision to resign from his position and start farming on the 40 acres of his ancestral land. He told the prime minister that he bought farming equipment at discounted rates by utilizing the subsidies provided by the federal and state governments. He continued by saying that he had received a Rs 3 lakh subsidy for drip irrigation methods. “You are talking about lakhs, and at your age, I had no idea what a lakh rupee looked like.”

The Prime Minister encouraged Alpeshbhai to advise his fellow farmers on the newest farming methods and cutting-edge machinery while expressing satisfaction with the subsidies he received. Speaking, Shri Alpeshbhai discussed his involvement with ATMA (Agricultural Technology Management Agency) projects since 2008, during which he learned about the farming practices of various states and regions. Additionally, he disclosed that in Bharuch, he had been presented with a “Best Farmer Award” by ATMA while the Prime Minister was present.

The prime minister spoke with her daughter and asked her to lead the “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” chant after noticing her happy face in the

In closing, the Prime Minister said that individuals such as Shri Alpeshbhai serve as role models for young people who are choosing to pursue careers in agriculture. He promised the farmers that new ideas, inventiveness, and modern methods would create a better environment from the fields to the market (Beej se Bazar tak). “This resolution gains strength from the entry of educated youth into farming,” he continued. Additionally, the prime minister urged farmers to consider using drones for agricultural purposes. Additionally, Shri Modi asked the farmers to get ready for a more lavish welcome in the following five villages for the “Modi Ki Guarantee” vehicle.


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