The Government of Telangana has launched yet another welfare scheme for the Yadava and Kurma communities. This scheme gave a quantum jump to the rural economy and is designed for the upliftment of Yadava/Golla/Kuruma families in the state. Provision of financial support to these skilled families for rearing sheep on a large scale will facilitate not only their economic development but also facilitate production of sufficient meat in the state. It is also targeted to make Telangana a hub for meat export in near future.
The scheme was launched on 20 June 2017, ₹1.25 lakhs cost per unit, the government provides 75% of the cost and 25% is borne by the beneficiary. The sheep population in Telangana is expected to multiply to four times in two years.
The government started mobile veterinary units to attend to sickness and treatment of animals for the scheme. The toll free number is 1962.
The sheep will be provided with 75 per cent subsidy.A three-member committee comprising MRO, MDO and a veterinary doctor is set up to identify beneficiaries.
Yadava and Kurma communities
Increase income for Yadava and Kurma communities
How To Apply
For More details and Online Appication : http://elaabh.telangana.gov.in/