New Delhi. Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana (PMMSY) Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to launch the Pradhan Mantri Fishing Estates Scheme (PMSY) today. PM Modi will launch this government scheme through video conferencing. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also launch the e-Gopala App, gifting the country another agriculture related scheme. This has been informed on behalf of the BJP office and the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). Let us explain this government scheme in detail.
What is Pradhan Mantri Fishing Estates Scheme (PMSY)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to launch the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana under Atmanirbhar Bharata Abhiyan today. Let me tell you that under this scheme, the government will spend Rs. 20050 crores during the period 2020 to 2025 years. This is the largest ever investment by the central government in the fisheries sector.
e-Gopala App to launch
Prime Minister Modi will launch the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana-PMMSY on September 10 as well as e-Gopala App for farmers. This app will help farmers, animal husbandry and fisheries sector people. Let me tell you that the Government has
E-Gopala App has been designed in such a way that it helps farmers to promote cattle farmers ‘ products. This digital platform will help farmers in animal husbandry activities.
55 lakh people to avail Pradhan Mantri Fishing Estate Scheme
The government’s Pradhan Mantri Fish Estates scheme is going to benefit 55 lakh people of the country. The scheme will promote fisheries across the country. Under the scheme, the government will also launch Fish Brood Bank at Sitamarhi in Bihar and Aquatic Disease Referral Laboratory at Kishanganj. With the help of this scheme, the government aims to increase the production of fish in the country to about 70 lakh tonnes in the year 2024-25.
The government is running a target of earning Rs 1 lakh crore with the help of the scheme. With the help of this scheme, additional fish production of 70 lakh tonnes will be produced in the next 5 years.
Who will get the benefit
With the help of this scheme, the government will help the fishermen, the people involved in the fisheries. Cage Culture, C.Ed. The activities of farming, ormental, fisheries and new fishing vessels will be promoted. The government will spend a package of Rs. 20,000 crore on fisheries development scheme, which will be part of the self-reliant India scheme. The fishery sector provides disease to 1.4 crore people. This sector contributes 0.91 per cent of India’s GDP. Now, by developing this sector, the government is targeting to double its exports.