Farmers returned robbed because portals were blocked in many shopping centers

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Mau. Farmers faced inconvenience as the county government did not publicize the procurement centers for the government’s final purchase of wheat. Shopping came to a standstill due to the blocking of portals in many shopping centers. The farmers who had brought a wagon loaded with wheat had to return to Barang. Angry people demonstrated against the administration. They also shouted slogans. 32,934 MT were procured from 8,518 farmers in the district. While 90 farmers have procured 250 t since June 19.
49 shopping centers were set up in the district by the government in order to offer farmers a fair price. After the June 15th deadline for sourcing wheat, the government extended the deadline to June 22nd. But shopping came to a standstill due to the blocking of the shopping center portal. Purchases were only made in the market committee’s only purchasing center.
Since the mall is at the far end of the district, not all farmers benefited from it. In view of the farmers’ problems, the district administration started procurement in seven shopping centers, including Mandi Committee Gotha, Dohrighat, Amila, Madhuban, Chiraiyakot, Dadanpur Ahiroli. But in the absence of a broad public for the shopping centers to be built, the farmers kept wandering here and there. Angry farmers demonstrated at many shopping centers because of the closure of the portal. If we look at the data, 32,934 tons were procured from 8518 farmers. From May 19 to May 22, 250 t were procured from 90 farmers. In this regard, the additional District Judge K Hari Singh said that there had been a record purchase of wheat compared to last year.
Farmers returned without blocking the portal
Chiriyakot. Farmers did not benefit from the government’s extension of the deadline for wheat procurement to June 22nd. Since the portal was locked, the farmers had to return to Barang. 18145.50 quintals were procured. When that is done, the portal will be closed. On Tuesday, four farmers’ shopping carts were parked at the shopping center. The farmers continued to wait for the portal to open. Ramesh Singh, a resident of Chakia, said 30 quintals of wheat had been put on sale. However, the purchase could not be made because the portal was locked. In this sequence, Dudhnath Yadav, a resident of Madwa, said that he brought 60 quintals of wheat for sale. But Barang had to return. In that sequence, Shivshankar Yadav, a resident of Madwa, said that 50 quintals of wheat were put on sale. But I was disappointed that the portal was locked. Ramu, a resident of Katghar Kayam, said he brought 21 quintals of wheat with him but had to return to Barang on the last day. In this regard, Rambhuvan Ram, head of the shopping center, said efforts are being made to speak to the DPRMO. So that the wheat of the remaining farmers can be bought.
The machine could not be locked
A sweet place to stay. On Tuesday, the final day of government increased purchases at the town’s wheat shopping mall, farmers were frozen with their wheat on wheat-selling carts. But in seven days a kilo of wheat could not be obtained from the farmers. If we look at the procurement data in the shopping center, by June 15, 7793 quintals of wheat had been procured by 200 farmers from Marketing Branch Madhuban. On the last day about 230 farmers were brought back for not buying wheat that was loaded onto wagons. In this context, Amardeep Dubey, manager of the shopping center, says that the purchase could not be made due to the seven-day downtime of the e-loop machine.
Farmers upset about buying stop
Kopaganj. No wheat was obtained from the town’s wheat shopping mall at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Marketing representative Munna Rajbhar said there will be no procurement from June 15 due to the portal being blocked. Tokens were issued to 354 farmers. So far, 13,560 quintals of wheat have been procured from 330 farmers.

Mau. Farmers faced inconvenience as the county government did not publicize the procurement centers for the government’s final purchase of wheat. Shopping came to a standstill due to the blocking of portals in many shopping centers. The farmers who had brought a wagon loaded with wheat had to return to Barang. Angry people demonstrated against the administration. They also shouted slogans. 32,934 MT were procured from 8,518 farmers in the district. While 90 farmers have procured 250 t since June 19.

49 shopping centers were set up in the district by the government in order to offer farmers a fair price. After the June 15th deadline for sourcing wheat, the government extended the deadline to June 22nd. But shopping came to a standstill due to the blocking of the shopping center portal. Purchases were only made in the market committee’s only purchasing center.

Since the mall is at the far end of the district, not all farmers benefited from it. In view of the farmers’ problems, the district administration started procurement in seven shopping centers, including Mandi Committee Gotha, Dohrighat, Amila, Madhuban, Chiraiyakot, Dadanpur Ahiroli. But in the absence of a broad public for the shopping centers to be built, the farmers kept wandering here and there. Disgruntled farmers demonstrated at many shopping malls because of the closure of the portal. If we look at the data, 32,934 tons were procured from 8518 farmers. From May 19 to May 22, 250 t were procured from 90 farmers. In this regard, the additional District Judge K Hari Singh said that there had been a record purchase of wheat compared to last year.

Farmers returned without blocking the portal

Chiriyakot. Farmers were unable to extend the government’s deadline for obtaining wheat until June 22nd. Since the portal was locked, the farmers had to return to Barang. 18145.50 quintals were procured. When that is done, the portal will be closed. On Tuesday, four farmers’ shopping carts were parked at the shopping center. The farmers continued to wait for the portal to open. Ramesh Singh, a resident of Chakia, said 30 quintals of wheat had been put on sale. However, the purchase could not be made because the portal was locked. In this sequence, Dudhnath Yadav, a resident of Madwa, said that he brought 60 quintals of wheat for sale. But Barang had to return. In that sequence, Shivshankar Yadav, a resident of Madwa, said that 50 quintals of wheat were put on sale. But I was disappointed that the portal was locked. Ramu, a resident of Katghar Kayam, said he brought 21 quintals of wheat with him but had to return to Barang on the last day. In this regard, Rambhuvan Ram, head of the shopping center, said efforts are being made to speak to the DPRMO. So that the wheat of the remaining farmers can be bought.

The machine could not be locked

A sweet place to stay. On Tuesday, the final day of government increased purchases at the town’s wheat shopping mall, farmers were frozen with their wheat on wheat-selling carts. But in seven days a kilo of wheat could not be obtained from the farmers. If we look at the procurement data in the shopping center, by June 15, 7793 quintals of wheat had been procured by 200 farmers from Marketing Branch Madhuban. On the last day about 230 farmers were brought back for not buying wheat that was loaded onto wagons. In this context, Amardeep Dubey, manager of the shopping center, says that the purchase could not be made due to the seven-day downtime of the e-loop machine.

Farmers upset about buying stop

Kopaganj. No wheat was obtained from the town’s wheat shopping mall at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Marketing representative Munna Rajbhar said there will be no procurement from June 15 due to the portal being blocked. Tokens were issued to 354 farmers. So far, 13,560 quintals of wheat have been procured from 330 farmers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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