The TMC government earlier this month softened its stand on implementing PM Kisan scheme in the state, after more than a year of opposition to the programme.
Kailash Vijayvargiya said that the saffron party, after voted to power in Bengal, will ensure that each farmer of the state will get Rs 18,000 in arrears under the PM Kisan scheme.
The Centre wants to transfer the grant directly to the bank accounts of the farmers while Mamata wanted to do it through her administrative machinery.
Banerjee also said that she would make arrangements to convene an assembly session soon for passing a resolution against the three contentious farm laws.
Agriculture crops in 4,59,608.36 hectares cultivated by 7,82,649 farmers were damaged.
She said the prime minister showed his apparent concern for the farmers through a televised address, instead of proactively working to resolve their issues.
He said the entire country is benefiting from the PM-KISAN programme, but only one state, West Bengal, has not implemented this scheme.
With the push of a button, Modi will enable the transfer of more than Rs 18,000 crore to over nine crore beneficiary farmer families, it added.
Within the government, the stubborn demand of the farmers for repealing the laws, coupled with the threat to choke Delhi by blocking the highways, is being seen as an outright blackmail.
Each farmer in the state has been denied the benefit of Rs 12,000 due to the administration's refusal to implement the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme, he said.
CM will also release input subsidies for farmers, who suffered crop loss from May to Sept
The Vellore collector warned that criminal action would be initiated against farmers who failed to return the financial assistance illegally availed under the scheme
Officials have recovered Rs 37 crore so far from illegal beneficiaries of the PM-KISAN scheme in the Villupuram and Kallakurichi districts.
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Banerjee had written to the Centre, saying that she was ready to implement PM-Kisan and Ayushman Bharat schemes in West Bengal if the funds are routed through the state govt.
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Under the PM-Kisan scheme, the central government is providing annually Rs 6,000 in three equal installments to the farmers.