Farmers’ Lines stayed in the malls on the last day as well

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Some farmers did not buy wheat because of links with middlemen
Over a longer period of time, around 350 farmers bought 10,000 quintals of wheat
The shopping centers of the purchasing agency UPSS, SFC, PCU remained closed over the longer period
Lakhimpur Kheri. After the extension of the deadline for state wheat procurement, there was a queue of farmers at the shopping malls on the last day of Tuesday. Several farmers camped by the central purchasing office for more than a week, whose wheat was weighed on the last day. At the same time, some alleged farmers did not buy wheat on suspicion of collusion with middlemen. Officials claim that 10,000 quintals of wheat were purchased from around 350 farmers during the extended period.
The Rabi buying year 2021-22 ended on Tuesday. Previously, wheat procurement started on April 1st. District-wide 159 shopping centers were opened, then the wheat procurement was to end on 15 June. In the interests of farmers, the government had extended the deadline for the wheat procurement by 22 June. During this time the shopping centers of the purchasing agency UPSS, SFC, PCU remained closed.
It is said that the forks of these agencies themselves were locked on June 15, after which no further purchases were allowed. Because of non-payment by the PCUs, the government had also ordered their shopping centers to close before June 15.
Wheat was purchased in the shopping malls of the Food Department, Mandi Committee and PCF in the Mandi Committee, Rajapur. However, some center managers led the toll administration until noon, after which the weighing began at the behest of officials after hearing the complaints of farmers. In order to take advantage of the extended deadline, some middlemen were also active, luring the farmers to register. When checking on Tehsil level some farmers who had registered were found to be suspicious, which is why they could not be weighed.
Lalmani Pandey, Food Marketing Officer of the district, said that wheat purchased by about 350 farmers during the extended period, more than 10,000 quintals. During the extended period of wheat in the malls food department of Mandi Committee, the PCF and the FCI has procured. An extension of the time frame is not to be expected. Because most of the farmers sold wheat during this time.
Agencies owe farmers more than 31 crores
Rs 31.15 crore are due to the farmers of the wheat procurement agencies. At the same time three billion 16 crore 84 lakh rupees were paid to the peasants. 418.21 lakh on the Department of Food’s malls, 1325.59 lakh on PCF, 715.90 lakh on PCU, 15.64 lakh on SFC, 487.08 lakh on UPS, 72.49 lakh on Mandi Committee and Rs 80.29 Lakh on FCI.
Farmers circle the officials
Gola Gokarnath. Time increased, but there was a shortage of bags in the shopping malls. For this reason, many farmers could not sell their wheat even if they wished.
Three thousand sacks of wheat were received two days before the extended deadline of June 22nd. Among them, some of the people in charge of the center resort to bags and purchases. The Agricultural Products Market Committee has 14 centers including FCI, Mandi Parishad, one each from SFC, two from CMS, four from PCF and five from RFC. From these, those responsible for RFC I, II, III, Mandi Parishad and FCI each received a bale of 500 bags, while other responsible persons at the center did not receive the bags. The first relevant RFC center Dharamraj bought wheat, while other centers were empty and farmers from one center to the other difficulties had wheat to sell. conversation
Progressive farmers are angry too
Tarsem Singh, a progressive farmer at Ratnapur Farm, said he was honored in 2010 for earning first place in the state for better urad production. Looking at the current situation, it seems that the benefit now also comes from an increase in production. Registered online a month ago, now wheat has been sold.
Wheat could not be sold in time because no online token was issued
Lakhwinder Singh, a Hazratpur resident, said he registered online to sell wheat a month ago. After that, even after making every effort not to find the token online, he reported the problem to the ADM and SDM. Then he could sell wheat.
Farmers with online registration have priority
SDM Akhilesh Yadav announced that after the end of the marketing year on June 15, on the instructions of the DM, a survey of wheat shopping centers was carried out, in which around 2,200 farmers were found who could not sell wheat after registering online. All were appointed to the centers that are active in the Committee on the market for agricultural products. There are 3,000 sacks that pass the center in charge and to be procured as needed.
Tikuni: bought 350 quintals of wheat on the last day
Tikuni. In the market committee for agricultural products, 350 quintals of wheat were procured in the purchasing center of the market committee.
Many wagons of wheat were on the market committee, in which only 50-50 quintals of wheat were bought from all wagons. Minister Suleman said no more than 50 quintals could be bought from the farmer in a day under the mandate. Therefore, on the last day 50-50 quintals of wheat were purchased all farmers from the car. The disturbed farmers said where to sell our wheat now. Manpreet Singh, Balkaran Singh, Rajiv Khatri said that the responsible center says not pushing here, now the purchase is closed. conversation

Some farmers did not buy wheat because of links with middlemen

Over a longer period of time, around 350 farmers bought 10,000 quintals of wheat

The shopping centers of the UPSS, SFC and PCU purchasing agencies remained closed for a longer period of time

Lakhimpur Kheri. After extending the deadline for the procurement of state wheat there was a queue of farmers in the malls and on the last day of Tuesday. Several farmers camped than a week at the shopping center, the wheat was weighed on the last day for more. At the same time, some alleged farmers did not buy wheat on suspicion of collusion with middlemen. Officials claim that 10,000 quintals of wheat were purchased from around 350 farmers during the extended period.

The Rabi buying year 2021-22 ended on Tuesday. Previously, wheat procurement started on April 1st. District-wide 159 shopping centers were opened, then the wheat procurement was to end on 15 June. In the interests of farmers, the government had extended the deadline for the wheat procurement by 22 June. During this time the shopping centers of the purchasing agency UPSS, SFC, PCU remained closed.

It is said that the forks of these agencies themselves were locked on June 15, after which no further purchases were allowed. Because of non-payment by the PCUs, the government had also ordered their shopping centers to close before June 15.

Wheat was purchased in the shopping malls of the Food Department, Mandi Committee and PCF in the Mandi Committee, Rajapur. However, some center managers led the toll administration until noon, after which the weighing began at the behest of officials after hearing the complaints of farmers. In order to take advantage of the extended deadline, some middlemen were also active, luring the farmers to register. When checking on Tehsil level some farmers who had registered were found to be suspicious, which is why they could not be weighed.

Lalmani Pandey, Food Marketing Officer of the district, said that wheat purchased by about 350 farmers during the extended period, more than 10,000 quintals. During the extended period of wheat in the malls food department of Mandi Committee, the PCF and the FCI has procured. An extension of the time frame is not to be expected. Because most of the farmers sold wheat during this time.

Agencies owe farmers more than 31 crores

Rs 31.15 crore are due to the farmers of the wheat procurement agencies. At the same time three billion 16 crore 84 lakh rupees were paid to the peasants. 418.21 lakh on the Department of Food’s malls, 1325.59 lakh on PCF, 715.90 lakh on PCU, 15.64 lakh on SFC, 487.08 lakh on UPS, 72.49 lakh on Mandi Committee and Rs 80.29 Lakh on FCI.

Farmers circle the officials

Gola Gokarnath. Time increased, but there was a shortage of bags in the shopping malls. For this reason, many farmers could not sell their wheat even if they wished.

Three thousand sacks of wheat were received two days before the extended deadline of June 22nd. Among them, some of the people in charge of the center resort to bags and purchases. There are 14 centers, including FCI, Mandi Parishad, each one of SFC, two of CMS, four of PCF and five of RFC in Agricultural Produce Market Committee. From these, those responsible for RFC I, II, III, Mandi Parishad and FCI each received a bale of 500 bags, while other responsible persons at the center did not receive the bags. The first relevant RFC center Dharamraj bought wheat, while other centers were abandoned and farmers from one center to the other difficulties had wheat to sell. conversation

Progressive farmers are angry too

Tarsem Singh, a progressive farmer at Ratnapur Farm, said he was honored in 2010 for earning first place in the state for better urad production. Looking at the current situation, it seems that the benefit now also comes from an increase in production. Registered online a month ago, now wheat has been sold.

Wheat could not be sold in time because no online token was issued

Lakhwinder Singh, a Hazratpur resident, said he registered online to sell wheat a month ago. After that, even after making every effort not to find the token online, he reported the problem to the ADM and SDM. Then he could sell wheat.

Farmers with online registration have priority

SDM Akhilesh Yadav announced that after the end of the marketing year on June 15, on the instructions of the DM, a survey of wheat shopping centers was carried out, in which around 2,200 farmers were found who could not sell wheat after registering online. All have been appointed to the centers serving on the Agricultural Products Market Committee. There are 3,000 sacks that pass the center in charge and to be procured as needed.

Tikuni: bought 350 quintals of wheat on the last day

Tikuni. In the market committee for agricultural products, 350 quintals of wheat were procured in the purchasing center of the market committee.

Many wagons of wheat were on the market committee, in which only 50-50 quintals of wheat were bought from all wagons. Minister Suleman said no more than 50 quintals could be bought from the farmer in a day under the mandate. Therefore, on the last day 50-50 quintals of wheat were purchased all farmers from the car. The disturbed farmers said where to sell our wheat now. Manpreet Singh, Balkaran Singh, Rajiv Khatri said that the responsible center says not pushing here, now the purchase is closed. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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