Modi's cabinet has cleared new schemes for Animals, Trader and Farmers
Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister for the second time on May 30, 2019. After created modi's new cabinet, the cabinet has cleared only three scheme. controlling foot and mouth disease of animals, pension scheme for traders.

Cabinet has cleared a special scheme for controlling foot and mouth disease of animals.

This disease is common amongst cow-bulls, buffaloes, sheep, goats and pigs. Scheme envisages vaccinations of 30 crore cow – bulls and buffaloes and 20 crore sheep and goat.
In addition, one crore pigs will also be covered. 13,343 crore rupees is to be allocated to eradicate the disease in five years and PM-KISAN scheme

Cabinet has cleared a pension scheme for traders.

Under this scheme all shopkeepers, retail traders and self-employed person are assured a minimum monthly pension of Rs 3,000/-month after attaining the age of 60 years. All small shopkeepers and self-employed persons as well as the retail traders with GST turnover below Rs.1.5 crore and age between 18-40 years, can enrol for this scheme. this scheme would benefit more than three crores small shopkeepers and traders. Government of India will make matching contribution in the subscribers’ account.

Cabinet approved a proposal to extent the benefit of Rs.6,000   per year under the PM-KISAN scheme to all farmers in the country.

PM-KISAN: Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme.
Nature- “Direct Income support scheme”
Benefit- 6,000 per year
Outlay-Rs.20,000 crore for the FY 2018-19
Outlay-Rs.75,000 crore for the FY 2019-20

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