Mathura: Now Fci is hindering wheat procurement from farmers – Mathura: Now FCI is hindering the purchase of wheat from farmers

Mathura. They don’t name the difficulty of selling wheat at the government rate of the farmer who grows wheat through blood sweating. Due to the arbitrariness of the FCI officials, the purchase of wheat in the shopping centers has been stopped. The FCI does not take up any space so that the wheat that has already been bought can be stored in the SWC godown. Because of this, the truck line loaded with wheat is installed and the wheat bought in the shopping malls cannot stand up.
Wheat is sourced from farmers at the government rate from 85 malls in the district, much higher than the previous year’s record. The FCI is responsible for keeping the wheat purchased safely. FCI has stocked food grains at SWC Maholi Road Godown, but now the allotted space is less. 2 lakh 60 thousand quintals of wheat can be stored in the SWC warehouse. More than six hundredweight hundredweight have been procured at the moment.
Officers said the letter orally
FCI officials are responsible for increasing the space in the SWC camp. SWC warehouse inspector Praveen Gaur said the FCI didn’t just ask him for a place for wheat. Food and Marketing Officer Rajeshwar Singh said he wrote a letter to the regional manager of the Food Corporation of India to clear more space for the wheat that was bought. Due to the lack of space, trucks loaded with wheat were parked and shopping was almost stopped.
We won’t take up any space unless DM-ADM says
DM-ADM notifies me if there is a space problem. We won’t take up any extra space if he doesn’t say. The rent begins with the space requirement. It’s a public fund. We have an additional warehouse with five thousand capacities. It is used when necessary.
-RB Mina Area Manager FCI

Mathura. They do not name the difficulty of selling wheat at the government rate of the farmer growing wheat one at a time. Due to the arbitrariness of the FCI officials, the procurement of wheat in the shopping centers has been stopped. The FCI does not take up any space so that the wheat that has already been bought can be stored in the SWC godown. Because of this, the truck line loaded with wheat is installed and the wheat bought in the shopping malls cannot stand up.

Wheat is sourced from farmers at the government rate from 85 malls in the district, much higher than the previous year’s record. The FCI is responsible for keeping the wheat purchased safely. FCI has stocked food grains at SWC Maholi Road Godown, but now the allotted space is less. 2 lakh 60 thousand quintals of wheat can be stored in the SWC warehouse. More than six hundredweight hundredweight have been procured at the moment.

Officers said the letter orally

FCI officials are responsible for increasing the space in the SWC camp. SWC warehouse inspector Praveen Gaur said the FCI didn’t just ask him for a place for wheat. Food and Marketing Officer Rajeshwar Singh said he wrote a letter to the regional manager of the Food Corporation of India to clear more space for the wheat that was bought. Due to the lack of space, trucks loaded with wheat were parked and shopping was almost stopped.

We won’t take up any space unless DM-ADM says

DM-ADM notifies me if there is a space problem. We won’t take up any extra space if he doesn’t say. The rent begins with the space requirement. It’s a public fund. We have an additional warehouse with five thousand capacities. It is used when necessary.

-RB Mina Area Manager FCI

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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