Farmers gathered on the last day and weighed only half the wheat

Wheat weighing in the Satanpur shopping center.
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Farmers gathered on the last day and weighed only half the wheat
Farrukhabad. On Tuesday, the last day of wheat procurement, there was a queue of farmers outside the shopping malls in Satanpur Mandi. All farmers spent the night in the market and after that only half of the wheat was weighed on the second day. Because of this, he had to take back the remaining wheat.
There were 41 wheat procurement centers in the district. The deadline for wheat procurement has been extended from June 15 to June 22. At the same time, wheat procurement in 34 shopping centers outside the Mandi was stopped. This means that only seven shopping centers are running. Of the three shopping centers in Satanpur Mandi, two are operated by the marketing department, while one center is operated by PCF.
The farmers market had been overcrowded since Monday as Tuesday was the last day of wheat sourcing. Since he could only weigh the wheat in the evening, he had to spend the night in the market. When the number of weighings came and saw more farmers, the center in charge weighed half of the wheat with tokens and returned the rest.
At the same time, the weighing in a purchasing center of the marketing branch was closed for some time in the afternoon. When asked, it was said that the palledary eats food. After about an hour, the weighing started again.
Peasants expressed their pain
Ganga Mahesh, a resident of the village of Dahlia in the Rajepur area, who was present at the PCF’s Potato Union shopping center, said he brought a wagon of wheat Monday morning. Stayed at the Mandi for the night. 42 quintal is a sign of wheat. On the second day, the center responsible weighed 20 quintals of wheat. He takes back the rest of the wheat.
Wheat weighed after complaint to DM
Ajit Kumar, a resident of Hamirpur Somvanshi village in Rajepur, said he came Monday with 49 quintals of wheat. Their wheat wasn’t even weighed on the token while the middlemen who came later were weighed. Called the district office and complained. Following his instruction, the deputy RMO called the relevant center Mukesh Kumar and reprimanded him. Then wheat was weighed.
Jangu, a resident of Katri Bhimpur Village in Badhpur Block, came on Monday with 50 quintals of wheat. Spent the night in the market itself. Wheat was not weighed until noon on the second day.
Satyapal Singh, a resident of Savasi village in Rajepur, reached the marketing department’s mall with wheat on Monday. His wife Bitoli Devi had a different sign. There was a total of 80 quintals of wheat. With the consent of the farmer, both of them weighed 50 quintals of wheat. The rest of the wheat had to be brought back.
Payment not received even after 10 days
Ramsaran, a resident of Sunderpur village present at the PCF center, said he weighed about 50 quintals of wheat 10 days ago. There are government instructions to make payment within 72 hours, but even after 10 days the payment has not been received in his account. For this reason, he goes to the authorities.
What is the headquarters?
Mukesh Kumar, director of the PCF center, says the number of farmers is higher. Wheat cannot weigh more than 350 quintals a day. To please all farmers, half of the wheat was weighed according to their consent. No farmer will return disappointed because of this.
Pradeep Yadav, the center responsible for the marketing department, said that since it is the last day, no farmer can return without weighing the wheat. The farmers, who were left out because they weigh less wheat than the token, have also been adjusted.

Farmers gathered on the last day and weighed only half the wheat

Farrukhabad. On Tuesday, the last day of wheat procurement, there was a queue of farmers outside the shopping malls in Satanpur Mandi. All farmers spent the night in the market and after that only half of the wheat was weighed on the second day. Because of this, he had to take back the remaining wheat.

There were 41 wheat procurement centers in the district. The deadline for wheat procurement has been extended from June 15 to June 22. At the same time, wheat procurement in 34 shopping centers outside the Mandi was stopped. This means that only seven shopping centers are running. Of the three shopping centers in Satanpur Mandi, two are operated by the Marketing Branch, while one center is operated by PCF.

The farmers market had been overcrowded since Monday as Tuesday was the last day of wheat sourcing. Since he could only weigh the wheat in the evening, he had to spend the night in the market. When the number of weighings came and saw more farmers, the center in charge weighed half of the wheat with tokens and returned the rest.

At the same time, the weighing in a purchasing center of the marketing branch was closed for some time in the afternoon. When asked, it was said that the palledary eats food. After about an hour, the weighing started again.

Peasants expressed their pain

Ganga Mahesh, a resident of the village of Dahlia in the Rajepur area, who was present at the PCF’s Potato Union shopping center, said he brought a wagon of wheat Monday morning. Stayed at the Mandi for the night. 42 quintal is a sign of wheat. On the second day, the center responsible weighed 20 quintals of wheat. He takes back the rest of the wheat.

Wheat weighed after complaint to DM

Ajit Kumar, a resident of Hamirpur Somvanshi village in Rajepur, said he came Monday with 49 quintals of wheat. Their wheat wasn’t even weighed on the token while the middlemen who came later were weighed. Called the district office and complained. Following his instruction, the deputy RMO called the relevant center Mukesh Kumar and reprimanded him. Then wheat was weighed.

Jangu, a resident of Katri Bhimpur Village in Badhpur Block, came on Monday with 50 quintals of wheat. Spent the night in the market itself. Wheat was not weighed until noon on the second day.

Satyapal Singh, a resident of Savasi village in Rajepur, reached the marketing department’s mall with wheat on Monday. His wife Bitoli Devi had a different sign. There was a total of 80 quintals of wheat. With the consent of the farmer, both of them weighed 50 quintals of wheat. The rest of the wheat had to be brought back.

Payment not received even after 10 days

Ramsaran, a resident of Sunderpur village present at the PCF center, said he weighed about 50 quintals of wheat 10 days ago. There are government instructions to make payment within 72 hours, but even after 10 days the payment has not been received in his account. For this reason, he goes to the authorities.

What is the headquarters?

Mukesh Kumar, director of the PCF center, says the number of farmers is higher. Wheat cannot weigh more than 350 quintals a day. To please all farmers, half of the wheat was weighed according to their consent. No farmer will return disappointed because of this.

Pradeep Yadav, the center responsible for the marketing department, said that since it is the last day, no farmer can return without weighing the wheat. The farmers, who were left out because they weigh less wheat than the token, have also been adjusted.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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