Even after two months, farmers received no compensation for burned wheat – farmers received no compensation for burned wheat even after two months

In April, several bighas from more than a dozen farmers burned wheat from the spark from electrical wires and transformers. The farmers also applied for compensation. Lekhpal went from the respective area and also took documents. But even after two months the farmers were not compensated.
A bigha from the farmer Jagdish Chandra Sharma from the village of Aswalpur in the Pindra block, five Biswa from Ashok Patel, Badgaon Police Station from Harhua, 20 Biswa from Bhalelu Pal from Daulatiya, 15 Biswa from Pappu Pal, 30 Biswa from Makoi Bind, living in Madhukar Shahpur by Arajline Three biswa wheat from Golu Singh from Todarpur village were burned. In addition, three bigha wheat were burned to ashes by five farmers in the village of Patarva Tendui at the Jansa Police Station in Sevapuri. The farmers mentioned state that they have not yet received any compensation.
Now 50 quintals are procured by the farmer in one day
The obligation to buy 30 quintals in one day from a farmer in the wheat procurement centers was lifted to 50 quintals on Saturday. That brought great relief to the farmers. Data from 50 centimeter purchases were fed into the procurement centers. Arun Kumar Tripathi, the district marketing officer, said the purchase requirement has been changed from 30 centimeters to 50 centimeters on the portal. All centers were also procured according to the new rule.

In April, several bighas from more than a dozen farmers burned wheat from the spark from electrical wires and transformers. The farmers also applied for compensation. Lekhpal went from the respective area and also took documents. But even after two months the farmers were not compensated.

A bigha from the farmer Jagdish Chandra Sharma from the village of Aswalpur in the Pindra block, five Biswa from Ashok Patel, Badgaon Police Station from Harhua, 20 Biswa from Bhalelu Pal from Daulatiya, 15 Biswa from Pappu Pal, 30 Biswa from Makoi Bind, living in Madhukar Shahpur by Arajline Three biswa wheat from Golu Singh from Todarpur village were burned. In addition, three bigha wheat were burned to ashes by five farmers in the village of Patarva Tendui at the Jansa Police Station in Sevapuri. The farmers mentioned state that they have not yet received any compensation.

Now 50 quintals are procured by the farmer in one day

The obligation to buy 30 quintals in one day from a farmer in the wheat procurement centers was lifted to 50 quintals on Saturday. That brought great relief to the farmers. Data from 50 centimeter purchases were fed into the procurement centers. Arun Kumar Tripathi, the district marketing officer, said the purchase requirement has been changed from 30 centimeters to 50 centimeters on the portal. All centers were also procured according to the new rule.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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