80% wheat harvest in deodorant tape, procurement did not increase – 80% wheat harvest in deodorant tape, procurement did not increase

Deoband So far, 80 percent of the wheat harvest and threshing has been completed, although government procurement of wheat has not yet been accelerated, although a month has passed since wheat procurement began. According to the Mandi officials, the contractors will buy wheat from the farmers at home, which will reduce the wheat in the Mandi.
As of Wednesday, the RFC in Naveen Mandi had procured 961 quintals of wheat, while over 80 percent of the wheat was harvested and threshed. Market Secretary Arvind Kumar said that due to the Corona curfew on Saturday and Sunday and Mahavir Jayanti’s holiday on Monday due to the market being closed, wheat could not be procured. He says that due to the government’s exemption to sell wheat to farmers in a mandi, where the big guys bring their wheat directly to the mandi of Haryana, smallholder contractors only go to their house for Rs. There is a reason for less wheat in the mandi that the farmer has to register first. Only then can wheat be procured, but to avoid all of these problems a smallholder sells wheat at a low price, but there is a loss of about 125 rupees per quintal to the farmer. Because the official price of wheat in UP is 1975 rupees per quintal. At the same time, farmers Shyamveer Tyagi, Adesh Tyagi, Lokesh Sharma, Vishwas Chaudhary and Pravinder Chaudhary said that the farmers are selling wheat at low prices to contractors in the village itself to avoid the hassle of registering and locking in the coronary artery.

Deoband So far, 80 percent of the wheat harvest and threshing has been completed, although government procurement of wheat has not yet been accelerated, although a month has passed since wheat procurement began. According to the Mandi officials, the contractors will buy wheat from the farmers at home, which will reduce the wheat in the Mandi.

As of Wednesday, the RFC in Naveen Mandi had procured 961 quintals of wheat, while over 80 percent of the wheat was harvested and threshed. Market Secretary Arvind Kumar said that due to the Corona curfew on Saturday and Sunday and Mahavir Jayanti’s holiday on Monday due to the market being closed, wheat could not be procured. He says that due to the government’s exemption to sell wheat to farmers in every mandi where the big guys bring their wheat directly to the mandi of Haryana, smallholder contractors only go to their home for 1850 rupees per quintal of wheat. There is a reason for less wheat in the mandi that the farmer has to register first. Only then can wheat be procured, but to avoid all of these problems a smallholder sells wheat at a low price, but there is a loss of about 125 rupees per quintal to the farmer. Because the official price of wheat in UP is 1975 rupees per quintal. At the same time, farmers Shyamveer Tyagi, Adesh Tyagi, Lokesh Sharma, Vishwas Chaudhary and Pravinder Chaudhary said that the farmers are selling wheat at low prices to contractors in the village itself to avoid the hassle of registering and locking in the coronary artery.

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