Jharkhand Police has registered an FIR against Napcons – a subsidiary of the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NAPARD) – and five of its field monitors for alleged irregularities in the execution of Per Drop More Crop, a master scheme under Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichai Yojna, in Hazaribagh district . Police said the FIR was registered on Tuesday based on a complaint from the District Agriculture Officer (DAO), Hazaribagh, who wrote that the Napcons had not performed their duties properly.

The FIR report comes days after his investigation Indian Expresswhere he is Tracked 94 farmers in three Hazaribagh blocks And I found that for most, the system’s benefits were only on paper. Among the findings of the investigation are the misuse of Aadhaar cards to create beneficiaries, new dust collection equipment and some farmers not even realizing that the money has been collected by private companies in their name. Napcons was supposed to check whether the farmers had actually received the equipment and that it was working.

At the same time quoting Indian Express A report, written by the Jharkhand Ministry of Agriculture on Tuesday to the remaining 23 districts for a ‘random’ procedure Verify beneficiaries Planned and report within a week. Earlier, the department set up a four-member committee to look into the irregularities.

Hazaribagh Superintendent of Police Manoj Ratan Chothe said, “It has been registered on a DAO complaint under IPC sections 406 (criminal breach of trust), 409 and 420 (fraud).”


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