Wheat procurement center opened in Tarewa village

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Arnia A wheat procurement center has opened in Mata Tarewa, a border panchayat. The center, opened by Food Corporation of India, Jammu, was inaugurated by DDC President Bharat Bhushan on Monday. Sarpanch Balveer Kaur has been a special contributor to the opening of the procurement center.
The DDC chairman said that the farmers here had to either go to distant mandis to sell their crops or sell them to the local middlemen at low prices. Now with the opening of the center, wheat will be purchased from farmers at the rate of Rs. 1975 per quintal fixed by the central government.
Sarpanch Balbir Kaur said that with the opening of this center, farmers of about 27 villages in the neighboring areas including Changi, Tarewa and Jaboyal will benefit. At the same time, it demanded to open a twelve-month-long procurement center here. But the Food Corporation refused to have a government place. Sardar Gurinder Jeet Singh Kahlo, father-in-law of farmer and sarpanch, promised to give eight kanals of land in memory of his father late Sardar Gurdeep Singh Kahlo to open a procurement center so that paddy, wheat and other crops could be sold at government prices.
The farmers are happy with the opening of procurement centers. DDC members Professor Garu Ram Bhagat, Vidya Motan, Sarpanch Gandali Gurdeep Singh Saini and SDO Narinder Singh etc. were present on the occasion.
Government wheat procurement center started in details
Additions. Government wheat procurement center has been started on Monday by Food Corporation of India Department in Jammu on the demand of farmers of Khadur and Zodari area. On this occasion, along with the farmers of the area, the quality inspector of the Food Corporation of India, Jammu Mohit Kaul was specially present.
Avatar Singh Mattoo, contractor of wheat procurement center, said that the work of purchasing wheat has been released from Monday. The official price of wheat is Rs. 1975 per quintal. Farmers Suraj Prakash, Satpal Mattoo, Rakesh Mattoo, Naib Sarpanch Kulbir Singh Chaudhary and many other farmers were also present on the occasion. Farmers told that private traders are buying wheat crop at very low prices. Private traders have fixed the price of wheat at Rs 1700 per quintal, while the government price is Rs 1975 per quintal. Agriculture department officials AEA Hind Raj, Rohit Gupta, Diwakar Singh, AEO Vishal Thakeyal etc. were present on the occasion. conversation

Arnia A wheat procurement center has opened in Mata Tarewa, a border panchayat. The center, opened by Food Corporation of India, Jammu, was inaugurated by DDC President Bharat Bhushan on Monday. Sarpanch Balveer Kaur has been a special contributor to the opening of the procurement center.

The DDC chairman said that the farmers here had to either go to distant mandis to sell their crops or sell them to the local middlemen at low prices. Now with the opening of the center, wheat will be purchased from farmers at the rate of Rs. 1975 per quintal fixed by the central government.

Sarpanch Balbir Kaur said that with the opening of this center, farmers of about 27 villages in the neighboring areas including Changi, Tarewa and Jaboyal will benefit. At the same time, it demanded to open a twelve-month-long procurement center here. But the Food Corporation refused to have a government place. Sardar Gurinder Jeet Singh Kahlo, father-in-law of farmer and sarpanch, promised to give eight kanals of land in memory of his father late Sardar Gurdeep Singh Kahlo to open a procurement center so that paddy, wheat and other crops could be sold at government prices.

The farmers are happy with the opening of procurement centers. DDC members Professor Garu Ram Bhagat, Vidya Motan, Sarpanch Gandali Gurdeep Singh Saini and SDO Narinder Singh etc. were present on the occasion.

Government wheat procurement center started in details

Additions. Government wheat procurement center has been started on Monday by Food Corporation of India Department in Jammu on the demand of farmers of Khadur and Zodari area. On this occasion, along with the farmers of the area, the quality inspector of the Food Corporation of India, Jammu Mohit Kaul was specially present.

Avatar Singh Mattoo, contractor of wheat procurement center, said that the work of purchasing wheat has been released from Monday. The official price of wheat is Rs. 1975 per quintal. Farmers Suraj Prakash, Satpal Mattoo, Rakesh Mattoo, Naib Sarpanch Kulbir Singh Chaudhary and many other farmers were also present on the occasion. Farmers told that private traders are buying wheat crop at very low prices. Private traders have fixed the price of wheat at Rs 1700 per quintal, while the government price is Rs 1975 per quintal. Agriculture department officials AEA Hind Raj, Rohit Gupta, Diwakar Singh, AEO Vishal Thakeyal etc. were present on the occasion. conversation

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