Minister ST Somashekar (archive image)
Mangalore: The Karnataka government has decided to waive the loans of the farmers who died of Kovid. The government has decided to waive the loan of Rs 1 lakh of the farmers who died of corona. Mangalore Cooperation Minister S.T. Somashekar made a statement. 10,400 indebted farmers have died due to Kovid. His loan of one lakh rupees will be waived. Somashekar said that the government will have to bear the burden of Rs 81 crore.
The state government has announced several relief programs during the coronation. Auto and taxi drivers faced a lot of trouble as the traffic remained completely calm. The state government has announced a compensation of ₹5,000 per driver for each driver. Later the government issued prohibitory orders.
The Transport Department has given important information about auto, taxi and car drivers. Corona lockdown crisis reported on the use of relief package announced by Karnataka government to improve its economy. The Transport Department has declared the last date to apply for the government’s relief package of Rs 3000 announced in view of Corona.
Auto, taxi and car drivers can apply for corona lockdown solution through the service portal. The Transport Department had informed that the application was allowed till 6 pm on July 15. The last date to apply has been announced by the Transport Department. Accordingly, the time will be at 6 pm on Thursday, July 15.
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