New Delhi. Many state governments of the country have now started leasing the barren lands. Gujarat is the first state which took this step. Now states like Madhya Pradesh, UP, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh and Assam have also implemented this decision. After the order of the Modi government at the end of last year, the state governments have now started the work of leasing the barren lands. The common citizens and businessmen of the country will also be able to take these government lands at very cheap prices and do agriculture or start any industrial business. In the same year, a major change was also made in the Horticulture Policy after the Agriculture Act in the country. In such a situation, if you want to take government barren land on lease, then you can apply in the district offices or by visiting the website of the state governments.
You can also do employment by taking barren government lands at cheap prices.
On these government lands, the common man will do the work of growing medicine or fruits. Gujarat is the first state, which has implemented this law. According to this law, no fee will be charged for the first 5 years. Non-farmers can also take the land on lease. The decision to lease the land will be taken by a high power committee and the collector together.
The decision was taken after the instructions of the Modi government, on the instructions of the
Modi government, many state governments have now started the work of leasing the barren and non-fertile land. Gujarat has become the first state in the country, which has opened its barren and unfertile land to the common people. This mission is being started with the aim of accelerating the development of agriculture and horticulture and promoting the cultivation of herbal plants. After this decision of the state government,
Gujarat became the first state in the country,
the claim of doubling the income of farmers has been made. Along with this, employment will also be created. Under the Horticulture Development Mission, unfit and fallow land will be allotted to farmers and non-farmers for a period of 30 years on lease. At present, the Gujarat government has identified 20 lakh hectares of land in the first phase, which will be given on lease.
Any person will be able to take land on lease.
It is worth mentioning that at present the survey of such lands is also going on in the country. Last year, the Modi government had held a meeting regarding this. In this meeting, the state governments were instructed to identify such land and put it on a portal from which any person, group, company or organization can apply for land. However, the final decision on the allotment of land will be taken by a high power committee, which will be headed by the chief minister of the state.