Under the Krushak Assistance for Life and Income Augmentation kalia yojana, the government of Odisha gave 869 crores to 41.85 state farmers and promised their support for crop losses brought on by floods in the state. Under the KALIA Program, 2000 each was immediately deposited into the bank accounts of 85,000 landless farmers and 41 lakh farmers.
2019 saw the introduction of the state government’s KALIA Program, which provides the state’s farmers with 4,000 in two payments. On the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya and Nuakhai, the first installment of 2,000 rupees for each farmer was given out. The second installment was given out to the farmers.
The Odisha government introduced the KALIA Program in January 2019 for landless agricultural laborers, small and marginal farmers, cultivators, and farmers. The program is referred to as KALIA or Krushak Assistance for Livelihood and Income Improvement. The KALIA program’s goals are to speed up agricultural development and give farmers financial help.
The KALIA Scheme’s two main objectives are to support poor farmers, landless agricultural laborers, and debt-ridden farmers in Odisha with financial support.