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YSR Rythu Bharosa

Brief objective

YSR Rythu Bharosa is one of the nine Navratna welfare schemes of Andhra Pradeesh government. 

The Government of Andhra Pradesh is implementing “YSR Rythu Bharosa” from October 15th, 2019 for providing financial assistance to the farmer families, including tenant farmers across the State @ Rs.13,500/- per farmer family, per year, to support the cultivators in meeting the investment during the crop season with a view to enable them to timely sourcing of quality inputs and services for higher crop productivity.

Benefits to the citizens

The land owning farmer families who collectively own cultivable land irrespective of size of land holdings will be provided a benefit of Rs.13,500/- per year per family duly including Rs.6,000/- from the Government of India under PM-KISAN in three installments.

Financial assistance will also be provided to landless tenant farmers & ROFR Cultivators belonging to SC, ST, BC, Minority categories in the State @13,500/-, per year, from the budget of the Government of Andhra Pradesh

Eligibility

  • Farmers of Andhra Pradesh, who own cultivable land are eligible under this scheme
  • Those farmers who are enrolled under PM-Kisan Scheme will also be part of this Scheme
  • As per the government, even those cultivating on endowments/temples/inam lands are eligible, too
  • Farmers and their family members who are holding the constituency post as (Ex) & Present Ministers, MPs, MLAs & MLCs only are excluded for the benefit under “YSR Rythu Bharosa” and all other people representatives are eligible under the scheme.
  •  If any unmarried child of a farmer is a Government employee or income tax assesse, that will not make the farmer ineligible under this scheme provided he or she does not come under any of the exclusion category

How to apply

The existing validated landownership database will be used for identification of beneficiaries under this category of the Scheme.

Newly selected village volunteers have the responsibility to identify eligible farmers in the given areas. After collecting the information, the village volunteers will report to revenue officials. These officials will then prepare a final list of beneficiaries. This final AP Rythu Bharosa farmer list will be submitted to the government.

After this, the District wise beneficiary list will be uploaded and made available online. Interested farmers can check their names in the Rythu Bharosa scheme list. 

Whom to contact (implementation agency at the state/district level)

Gram Panchayats

The prepared Rythu Bharosa beneficiary lists are available online as well as offline. The lists are being displayed in the panchayat offices as well as on the official website.

To know more about the scheme and to check the status of payment, click here



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