Arunachal Pradesh plans to make ANKY, ANBY loan process online from this financial year.

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Itanagar: The Arunachal Pradesh government has decided to make the loan process online for Atma Nirbhar Krishi Yojana (ANKY) and Atma Nirbhar Bagwani Yojana (ANBY) online from next financial year so that it can be implemented. To facilitate the beneficiaries including the financial institutions involved. Schemes

In this regard, Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar had convened a meeting on Thursday in the presence of Agriculture and Horticulture Secretary Bidol Tayeng, IT Secretary Anirudh Singh and others to discuss the modalities, officials said.

Officials said that from the financial year 2022-23, the beneficiaries of both the schemes will be able to submit their applications online and avail of government subsidy.

The government has asked a vendor to develop software that will offer a prototype of the software on April 11 and the final launch of the online portal is scheduled for April 15 this year.

The Chief Secretary said that the launch of the software would reduce the delay and confusion in the loan process and the subsidy would be credited to the accounts of the beneficiaries in a timely manner.

A team of senior officials from NIC, IT, Agriculture and Horticulture will oversee the operation of the software on a daily basis along with Ann Yadav, Senior Consultant, CM Dashboard.

Officials added that once such a digital platform is developed and launched, it will be used for such front-end subsidy schemes, including fishing, animal husbandry and veterinary and tree planting. Is included in the fields.

The state government had in September last year launched two ambitious schemes for the agriculture sector, the Atma Nirbhar Krishi Yojna and the Atma Nirbhar Horticulture Scheme.

Both ANKY and ANBY are credit-linked schemes to promote agriculture and horticulture and to ensure doubling of farmers’ income, with Rs 60 crore each for both schemes during the 2021-22 budget. There is a plan.

The schemes are unique as both are based on front end subsidies with 45% government subsidy, 45% bank loan and 10% beneficiary.

Credit link of the schemes will be provided to the beneficiaries through SBI, Arunachal Pradesh Dehi Bank and Arunachal Pradesh Cooperative Apex Bank.

In this year’s budget, the state government announced plans to extend the scheme to fisheries, livestock and veterinary and afforestation sectors with adequate funding.

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