Compost and seed shops will be open in Corona curfew – Compost and seed shops will be open in Corona curfew

Gyanpur To reduce the growing chart of corona infection, the government is now getting a discount on fertilizers, seeds, quota deals and wheat procurement centers in the government’s weekly curfew. During this time, farmers can purchase essential items from fertilizer and seed stores, although instructions were given during this time to follow Kovid’s guidelines.
The second wave of Corona shook everyone. So far, more than six thousand infected people have been found in the district, while more than 80 have lost their lives. Due to the growing transition in the province, the government initially ordered the detention on Saturday and Sunday, but has now been extended to Wednesday. The government has exempted fertilizers, seeds, quota shops and wheat shopping malls so farmers and the poor have no problems. This will bring relief to farmers.
Farmer Ashish Pathak from Bhidiura village said that farmers are happy with the opening of fertilizer and seed shops, but these days farmers need to fix pump sets, motors, etc. This is only possible if the electronics store is opened. The administration should also think in this direction. The district’s agriculture officer, Ashok Kumar, said the problems had increased due to the increase in the corona curfew. In light of this, the government has exempted fertilizers, seeds, quota deals and wheat procurement centers. He said instructions were given to watch the social duration, the installation of masks and the disinfection in all the places.

Gyanpur To reduce the growing chart of corona infection, the government is now getting a discount on fertilizers, seeds, quota deals and wheat procurement centers in the government’s weekly curfew. During this time, farmers can purchase essential items from fertilizer and seed stores, although instructions were given during this time to follow Kovid’s guidelines.

The second wave of Corona shook everyone. So far, more than six thousand infected people have been found in the district, while more than 80 have lost their lives. Due to the growing transition in the province, the government initially ordered the detention on Saturday and Sunday, but has now been extended to Wednesday. The government has exempted fertilizers, seeds, quota shops and wheat shopping malls so farmers and the poor have no problems. This will bring relief to farmers.

Farmer Ashish Pathak from Bhidiura village said that farmers are happy with the opening of fertilizer and seed shops, but these days farmers need to fix pump sets, motors, etc. This is only possible if the electronics store is opened. The administration should also think in this direction. The district’s agriculture officer, Ashok Kumar, said the problems had increased due to the increase in the corona curfew. In light of this, the government has exempted fertilizers, seeds, quota deals and wheat procurement centers. He said instructions were given to watch the social duration, the installation of masks and the disinfection in all the places.

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