AP gets Rs 616.13 Crore from NABARD under Micro Irrigation Fund

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Andhra Pradesh is all set to get Rs 616.13 Crore for availing an interest subvented loan for expanding coverage of Micro Irrigation in the state.

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The Steering Committee of Micro Irrigation Fund (MIF) has approved projects for a loan of Rs.  3971.31 crore comprising  Rs. 764.13 crore for Gujarat, Rs. 1357.93 crore for Tamil Nadu, Rs. 616.13 crore for Andhra Pradesh, Rs. 276.55 crore for West Bengal,  Rs.790.94 crore for Haryana, Rs. 150.00 crore for Punjab and Rs. 15.63 crore for Uttarakhand. 

Micro Irrigation Fund with a corpus of Rs. 5000 crore created with NABARD was operationalised in 2019-20 to facilitate the States in availing an interest subvented loan for expanding coverage of Micro Irrigation by taking up special and innovative projects and also for incentivising micro-irrigation beyond the provisions available under PMKSY-Per Drop More Crop to encourage farmers to install micro-irrigation systems.

NABARD released a loan of Rs 659.70 crore to Haryana, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. Thereby a total amount of Rs. 1754.60 crore has been released so far, comprising Rs. 616.13 crore to   Andhra Pradesh, Rs. 937.47 crore to Tamil  Nadu, Rs. 21.57 crore to Haryana and Rs. 179.43 crore to Gujarat.

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