Civic Amenities – Farmers would dry the rain-soaked wheat when it got sunny. The purchase also began

Pilibhit. In two rainy days, the malls arrived to be sold and the wheat they bought got soaked. On Friday, the third day, the contractors and farmers were busy drying wheat. After drying, wheat was also removed from the open air. Wheat procurement has also started. The wheat bought on one side was raised further and bought on the other side. However, the pace of procurement remained slow.
The wheat that was brought into the shopping malls was soaked from sales by farmers in the rain on Wednesday and Thursday. The precautions taken by the administration proved to be inadequate. The farmers themselves tried to protect themselves from wetting by covering the tarpaulin and foil with wheat. The responsible shopping center was also unable to keep the wheat they bought from getting wet. On Friday the rain stopped and the sunshine brought relief to the farmers. The soaked wheat was spread out and dried in the sun. On the other hand, wheat production in the centers was also accelerated. Wheat from the wheat farmers was also procured. Officers also traveled on. Tehsildars reached Bisalpur Dhruvanarayan in the shopping centers in Bilsanda, while the SDM investigated the situation in the Bisalpur Mandi Committee. The deputy RMO Dr. Avinash Jha said buying started on Friday after the rain stopped. Wheat is also grown. So far 1.63 lakh tons of wheat have been bought.
SDM expressed its displeasure at not weighing
Bisalpur SDM Rakesh Gupta carried out a surprise inspection of state wheat shopping centers in Mandi on Friday. During this time, a fork was weighed instead of two thorns in shopping malls. The SDM resented this and instructed them to weigh two thorns at the same time. He said the inspection found that 1.40 liters of wheat had been weighed so far. Instructions were given on how to weigh two thorns. It will also be strictly followed from Saturday. 71 tractor wagons with wheat, which were standing at the Mandi gate, were also allowed in. The additional marketing officer Mahipal Singh was asked to oversee the procurement of wheat. The farmer must not face any problem.

Pilibhit. In two rainy days, the malls arrived to be sold and the wheat they bought got soaked. On Friday, the third day, contractors and farmers were busy drying wheat. After drying, wheat was also removed from the open air. Wheat procurement has also started. The wheat bought on one side continued to rise, and that on the other. However, the pace of procurement remained slow.

The wheat that was brought into the shopping malls was soaked from selling by farmers in the rain on Wednesday and Thursday. The precautions taken by the administration proved to be inadequate. The farmers themselves tried to protect themselves from wetting by covering the tarpaulin and foil with wheat. The responsible shopping center was also unable to keep the wheat they bought from getting wet. On Friday the rain stopped and the sunshine brought relief to the farmers. The soaked wheat was spread out and dried in the sun. On the other hand, wheat production in the centers was also accelerated. Farm wheat was also procured. Officers also traveled on. Tehsildars reached Bisalpur Dhruvanarayan in the shopping centers in Bilsanda, while the SDM investigated the situation in the Bisalpur Mandi Committee. The deputy RMO Dr. Avinash Jha said buying started on Friday after the rain stopped. The wheat bought is also grown. So far 1.63 lakh tons of wheat have been bought.

SDM expressed its displeasure at not weighing

Bisalpur SDM Rakesh Gupta carried out a surprise inspection of state wheat shopping centers in Mandi on Friday. During this time, a fork was weighed instead of two thorns in shopping malls. The SDM resented this and instructed them to weigh two thorns at the same time. He said the inspection found that 1.40 liters of wheat had been weighed so far. Instructions were given on how to weigh two thorns. It will also be strictly followed from Saturday. 71 tractor wagons with wheat, which were standing at the Mandi gate, were also allowed in. The additional marketing officer Mahipal Singh was asked to oversee the procurement of wheat. The farmer must not face any problem.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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