Tar Fencing Yojana 2023: In an effort to protect the agricultural produce of local farmers from the harmful effects of wild animals and cattle, Tar Fencing Yojana Gujarat has been implemented by the Department of Agriculture, Farmers Welfare and Cooperation, Government of Gujarat. The scheme, which has undergone significant changes since its inception in 2005, aims to increase its effectiveness and expand its reach to support more farmers. With a target of increasing farmers’ income by 2022, the Gujarat government is actively involved in achieving this target.
80 areas spread over 33 districts of the state have been covered under the program named ‘Sat Karan Khedoot Kalyan’ inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Gujarat Shri Vijaybhai Rupani. This article will study the details of Wire Fencing Scheme 2023, its objectives, benefits and specifications.
Tar Fencing Yojana 2023
|The name of the scheme is||Wire Fencing Scheme 2023|
|Beneficiary||Farmers of Gujarat State|
|Assistance||Rs.100 per running meter or 50% of the cost incurred whichever is less|
History of the Barbed Wire Fence Scheme
Gujarat government has been bringing farmer oriented schemes again and again. As for the barbed wire fence construction plan, the plan is effective from date: 20/05/2005. To make this scheme more effective and useful, it has been decided to amend it and make it a cluster based scheme.
This scheme was inaugurated by Yogesh Patel Sahib, Minister of State for Narmada Development of our Gujarat State, in a program at Trimandir in Varna, Vadodara. At that time, a total of 250 crores was allotted in this scheme.
According to the information of the government in this allocation, only 30 crores have been allocated till 2015 and 13160 farmers have benefited from this scheme. As of 2017, when this scheme was launched, only Rs 250 crores were allocated for this scheme.
Advantages of Wire Fencing Schemes
At the conclusion of the first phase, farmers will be entitled to a 50% subsidy (up to Rs. 100 per meter or 50% of the total cost, whichever is lower), provided they have installed the necessary pillars and passed the verification.
After the completion of the project, Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Limited will be entitled to 50% subsidy payment for the second phase. The payment will be based on the lower of the value between Rs. 100 per running meter plus 50% of total cost. Please note that payment will be made only after receipt of third-party GPS inspection report and location verification.
Evidence base for benefiting from wire fencing scheme
- Details relating to bank financial accounts.
- To fulfill the requirements, make sure to provide a copy of your Aadhaar card along with Class 7/12 and Class 8A details. These three things are essential to progress.
- Announcement of Payment of Youth Leaders
- A group of farmers has decided to collaborate by mutual agreement.
- Farmers in Juth have not actively implemented the wire fencing scheme, as revealed by Banehghari’s observation.
Specifications for Wire Fencing Scheme
- For the installation of piles, the dimensions of excavation should be recorded as 0.40 m in each direction – length, width and depth.
- Concrete piers considered acceptable for use are 2.40 m in length, 0.10 m in width and height. They have the required minimum of four strands and their diameter should not be less than 3.50 millimetres.
- Two pillars should not be closer than 3 meters apart.
- To ensure stability, additional piers are required to be placed every 15 meters on either side of the bridge, and they should be of the same size as the primary pier.
- For the construction of the foundation of the pier, cement, sand and dark unprocessed material must be used in the ratio of 1:5:10.
- To meet the required specifications, barbed wire shall have a minimum diameter of 2.50 mm for both line wire and point wire.
- Furthermore, the plus-minus ratio should be within 0.08 mm. The barbed wire should also bear the double wire markings of the ISS, and is galvanized and coated with GI.
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