Lock hangs in shopping center where farmers sell wheat – Lock hangs in shopping center where farmers sell wheat

Gonda The wheat procurement center in the Karnalganj block is in a very critical phase. Any wheat shopping center is operated. Sometimes the mall opens and sometimes it closes.
The wheat shopping center was completely closed on Friday. None of the staff was present in the mall. Other than that, the wheat shopping mall will remain closed as the mall operates in the Mandi and the market will be closed for three days. The problem for farmers has increased as no wheat shopping centers have opened.
On the one hand it is the time of the Sahalag, on the other hand the farmer uses middlemen to sell the products of the fields. The situation with the procurement of wheat in state shopping centers is very bad. Farmers are unable to sell wheat at government prices in government shopping malls.
In the market, the hands of traders sell wheat for 1,500 to 1,550 rupees. In which they have to bear the loss of around Rs 300 per quintal.
SDM Shatrughan Pathak explains why the wheat shopping mall is closed and information is sought. And the wheat shopping mall does not stop operating during the vote count. Farmers who want to sell wheat in government centers can sell.

Gonda The wheat procurement center in the Karnalganj block is in a very critical phase. Any wheat shopping center is operated. Sometimes the mall opens and sometimes it closes.

The wheat shopping center was completely closed on Friday. None of the staff was present in the mall. Other than that, the wheat shopping mall will remain closed as the mall operates in the Mandi and the market will be closed for three days. The farmers problem has increased as the wheat shopping mall has not opened.

On the one hand it is the time of the Sahalag, on the other hand the farmer uses middlemen to sell the products of the fields. The situation with the procurement of wheat in state shopping centers is very bad. Farmers are unable to sell wheat at government prices in government shopping malls.

In the market, the hands of traders sell wheat for 1,500 to 1,550 rupees. In which they have to bear the loss of around Rs 300 per quintal.

SDM Shatrughan Pathak explains why the wheat shopping mall is closed and information is sought. And the wheat shopping mall does not stop operating during the vote count. Farmers who want to sell wheat in government centers can sell.

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