Madhya Pradesh government to waive off agricultural loans of 25 lakh farmers 

As part of its ‘Jai Kisan Rin Mukti Yojana’, the Madhya Pradesh government will waive off agricultural loans of 25 lakh farmers over the next four days Chief Minister Kamal Nath has informed

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The Madhya Pradesh government will waive off agricultural loans of 25 lakh farmers over the next four days as part of its 'Jai Kisan Rin Mukti Yojana', Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said.

Addressing a function Sunday, March 3, in Rajgarh district, over 130 kilometres from here, Nath said the farmer loan waiver process would continue until all beneficiaries are covered.

"In next four days farm loan of 25 lakh farmers will be waived off and the process will continue for the remaining ones," he said, adding that his government was working continuously since taking over 65 days ago to fulfil promises in the Congress' election manifesto.

On the occasion, Nath also distributed loan waiver certificates to some of the farmers.

Chief Minister Kamal Nath also added that his government was looking at ways to enhance job opportunities for the youth and attract investment in the state

In Rajgarh district alone, agriculture loans worth ₹144 crore are being waived, an official informed.

The MP government's Jai Kisan Rin Mukti Yojana scheme aims to waive off loans worth ₹50,000 crore of 55 lakh small and marginal farmers.

Chief Minister Kamal Nath also added that his government was looking at ways to enhance job opportunities for the youth and attract investment in the state.

At the function, Nath laid foundation stones for irrigation and drinking water projects and 132/33 KV capacity electricity sub centre.

MP Urban Administration and Development Minister Jaivardhan Singh and state Energy Minister Priyavrat Singh also addressed the gathering

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