Mathura: Farmers stand in shopping malls with wheat from others

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Mathura. Today is the last date for selling wheat in shopping malls. Because of this, there is a line of such farmers at the shopping malls standing with other farmers’ wheat. Because of this, real farmers still can’t sell their wheat. On Monday, only 15 farmers were found on site from the records of 42 farmers. The district’s food and marketing officer has been strict with those responsible for all four shopping centers.
Wheat carts are parked in the malls and there are a lot of wheat sellers. This crowd is among the people who take wheat from others and bring them to the mall for sale. Following this complaint, the district’s food and marketing officer, Rajeshwar Pratap Singh, reached the four malls in Mandi on Monday and took their papers from all the farmers, but when they checked their papers, it was found that only 15 farmers were genuine , the rest of the other farmers and brought wheat. The Food Marketing Officer said that a meeting was held with the PCF shopping center, Mandi Committee and Food Department in Mandi on this matter. They were instructed not to buy wheat from such farmers.
Only ten shopping centers are open
In view of the distress of the farmers, only ten shopping centers remain open in the district, four of them in Mathura Mandi, two in Raya Mandi, two in Kosi Mandi, one in Govardhan and one in Sankh Mandi.

Mathura. Today is the last date for selling wheat in shopping malls. Because of this, there is a line of such farmers at the shopping malls standing with other farmers’ wheat. Because of this, real farmers still can’t sell their wheat. On Monday, only 15 farmers were found on site from the records of 42 farmers. The district’s food and marketing officer has been strict with those responsible for all four shopping centers.

Wheat carts are parked in the malls and there are a lot of wheat sellers. This crowd is among the people who take wheat from others and bring them to the mall for sale. Following this complaint, the district’s food and marketing officer, Rajeshwar Pratap Singh, reached the four malls in Mandi on Monday and took their papers from all the farmers, but when they checked their papers, it was found that only 15 farmers were genuine , the rest of the other farmers and brought wheat. The Food Marketing Officer said that a meeting was held with the PCF shopping center, Mandi Committee and Food Department in Mandi on this matter. They were instructed not to buy wheat from such farmers.

Only ten shopping centers are open

In view of the distress of the farmers, only ten shopping centers remain open in the district, four of them in Mathura Mandi, two in Raya Mandi, two in Kosi Mandi, one in Govardhan and one in Sankh Mandi.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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