National Farmer’s Day –
National Farmer’s Day (Kisan Diwas) is observed in India in remembrance of Chaudhary Charan Singh, who was committed to the good of the growers. National Farmers’ Day is observed on December 23, the birth anniversary of Chaudhary Charan Singh, the fifth prime minister of India.
In an sanctioned statement, the Centre has verified that PM Modi will expend the 10th investiture of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana on 23 December National Farmer’s Day. The central government is making every trouble to double growers’ income by the time 2022. To achieve this thing, the Modi government had launched PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana in 2018. Under this scheme, the government provides Rs every time to the growers in three instalments.
National Farmer’s Day (Kisan Diwas) will be organized in the Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar to commemorate the 119th birth anniversary of the former Prime Minister of the country, Late Chaudhary Charan Singh.
During this, Jaswant Singh, son of Gurmail Singh, a planter of vill Talakaur, Yamunanagar, will be recognized with the Kisan Ratna Award. Piecemeal from this, 19 progressive women growers of the state will also be recognized.
Why we Celebrate National Farmer’s Day –
India’s is an agricultural frugality as nearly 55 of its population depends on husbandry and husbandry conditioning to earn their livelihood. Thus, National Farmers Day is observed to educate the citizens of the country about the lives and benefactions of Indian growers towards their individual lives and towards the country at large.
Chaudhary Charan Singh came from a humble ménage in Uttar Pradesh. Motivated by Mahatma Gandhi, Charan Singh stepped into politics. He was tagged to the Legislative Assembly of the United Businesses in 1937. He was the prime minister between July 1979 and January 1980. In 1939 he introduced the Debt Redemption Bill to give relief to the growers from moneylenders. In the 1950s, he drafted and assured the passage of revolutionary land reform laws. As the husbandry minister, in 1952, Charan Singh worked for rescinding the zamindari system. In 1967, he came the firstnon-Congress Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.
On December 23, 1978, he innovated the Kisan Trust, anon-profit timber body, aiming to educate the pastoral millions of India against injustice. The government, in 2001, decided to mark Charan Singh’s birth anniversary as Kisan Diwas. For his association with the husbandry community, his keepsake in New Delhi was named the Kisan Ghat.
About Chaudhary Charan Singh –
Chaudhary Charan Singh was born on 23rd December, 1902 in villege Noorpur of Hopur quarter in Uttar. Pradesh, India. He was born in a Jat family. He belonged to an extremely poor peasant family which descended from the relations of a prominent freedom. fighter of the 1857 rebellion.
Chaudhary Charan Singh was the fifth Florescence Minister of the India. He served country as Prime Minister from 28 July, 1949 to 14 January, 1980. He holds the record of being the only Prime Minister of India who didn’t face the Administrative bottom for a single day after assuming the office.
He’s also remembered for the one and only budget he presented in 1979. His passionate appeal and glamorous persona united all the growers against the plutocrat lenders and landlords.
Chaudhary Charan Singh failed on 29th May, 1987. His life was veritably simple and he contributed a lot to extemporize the life of Indian growers. In the memory of former Prime Minister.
Farmer’s Day (Kisan Divas) is observed every time in India on the birth anniversary of Chaudhary Charan Singh on 23rd December. Colorful agrarian events, forums, bill Competitions and debates are organized to mark this event.
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