YSR Rythu Bharosa is a programme created by the Government of Andhra Pradesh to aid farmers financially by depositing a sum of 13,500 each annum in three payments, in collaboration with Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM Kisan), with the state government contributing 7500 and the centre providing 6000.
In continuation to this, CM Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy credited Rs 5,500 each to 52.3 lakh eligible farmers under the YSR Rythu Bharosa-PM Kisan scheme for the fifth consecutive year.
In addition to the Rythu Bharosa funds, an input subsidy of Rs 44.19 crore will be released to 47,999 farmers who lost their crops due to untimely rains in the months of March, April and May this year.
The second tranche of aid will be given in the month of October, while the third tranche of funds will be deposited in the month of January or February. So far in these four years through the Rythu Bharosa scheme Rs. 30,985 crores was provided by the YCP government.
YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme Payment Status
The beneficiaries of the Rythu Bharosa Scheme can check the status of their payment on the official website. They just need open a link provided here to check the First Payment Status of the scheme this year.
A link to the official website is added here. You will click the link open in the new window. In the given area, you will add the aadhar number and then click enter. The status of the payment will be displayed on the screen. If you are not a beneficiary of this scheme, then you can get the benefits of this aid by contacting the concerned authorities. But to avail of this aid, you must fulfil the eligibility criteria of the Rythubharosa Aid Scheme.
Eligibility for Rythu Bharosa Scheme
We are providing the eligibility criteria for the AN YSR Rythu Bharosa Scheme. Families fulfilling these conditions can register themselves for the benefits.
- This initiative is open to farmers in Andhra Pradesh who possess cultivable land.
- Farmers who are registered in the PM-Kisan Scheme will also be included in this Scheme.
- According to the government, those cultivating on endowments/temples/inam lands are also eligible.
- Farmers and their family members who occupy constituency positions as (Ex) & Present Ministers, MPs, MLAs, and MLCs are ineligible from the system, whereas all other people representatives are eligible.
- If a farmer’s unmarried kid is a government employee or an income tax assessee, the farmer is still eligible for this plan as long as he or she does not fall into any of the exclusion categories.
How to Apply for Rythu Bharosa Scheme?
For this scheme, the current verified land ownership database will be utilised to identify beneficiaries under this category.
Newly elected village volunteers are responsible for identifying qualified farmers in the designated districts of the state for the benefit of the Rythu Bharosa. The local volunteers will report to revenue officials after the information has been gathered. These officials will then compile a final list of recipients. The government will receive the final AP Rythu Bharosa farmer list.
Following that, the district-by-district list will be posted and made available online. Farmers who are interested might look for their names on the Rythu Bharosa scheme list.