Farmers of this state will not get stubble if they burn PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, will have to pay fine!

Delhi- NCR Including its neighboring states, the air has become more polluted. This has made it difficult for people to breathe. However, in all states straw Burning is banned. Meanwhile, there is news that the BJP government of Uttar Pradesh has taken a big decision regarding stubble. The Uttar Pradesh government has announced that if any farmer is caught burning stubble in the state, then he will not be able to get the benefit of PM Kisam Samman Nidhi Yojana. Because the government believes that pollution increases due to stubble burning during the winter season across India including Delhi-NCR. This is the reason why the government has taken this decision to stop the incidents of stubble burning.

The special thing is that this decision has been taken in Gorakhpur. Along with this, it has been said in the government order that if any farmer is caught burning stubble, he will also be fined financially. According to the information, if farmers holding one acre of land are caught burning stubble, then they will have to pay Rs 2500 as financial fine. At the same time, a fine of up to Rs 5000 can be imposed on the farmers holding more than one acre. Arvind Singh, deputy director in the Agriculture Department, said that a farmer has been identified while burning stubble through satellite. This is the reason why such a decision had to be taken. He said that there were 23 cases of stubble burning last year, but this time only one report has been registered.

The main reason people are afraid of fines

Let us tell you that along with Delhi-NCR, winter has knocked in Uttar Pradesh. In the evening, the sky becomes foggy. At the same time, the speed of the winds also slows down. In such a situation, the amount of pollution in the air is increasing. According to Aaj Tak, air pollution has reduced after Diwali. The main reason for this is the reduction in the incidents of stubble burning. The main reason for this is the fear among the people about the fine. Along with this, awareness has also come among the people.

ordered the removal of the ban

Let us tell you that this morning it was reported that there has been a slight decline in the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi-NCR. Due to the change in wind direction, there has been some reduction in the level of pollution as compared to the previous days. However, this improvement was visible from Sunday itself. After this, the Air Quality Commission of the Center has directed to remove the ban imposed on non-BS-6 diesel powered light motor vehicles and trucks in Delhi-NCR under the final phase of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) from entering the capital. had given.

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