More than seven quintals of rotten wheat in Naveen Mandi, bad smell spread

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PDDU Nagar. Officials had claimed to buy and preserve the rain-soaked wheat, but that claim actually turned out to be a joke. Alam is that more than seven quintals of wheat have rotted away at the headquarters in Naveen Mandi. The smell of rotting wheat spreads across the market. If the sources are to be believed, hundreds of quintals of wheat have been wasted after raining in malls across the district.
The Meteorological Department had already informed that it would rain with strong winds during the Toute storm and had also said that its greatest impact would be in Purvanchal. Even so, the district officials did not issue any warnings, and even with the first rain, hundreds of quintals of wheat stored in the shopping malls got wet. Even after that, no adequate precautions were taken to save the wheat, and the second rain resulted in waterlogging where the wheat sacks were kept. There was water for several days. Afterwards, following opposition from local officials and farmers, the marketing officer said the farmers would not suffer any losses. Soaked wheat is also bought. But the wheat that was drowned was not taken. After the dry wheat was sold, the farmers left the more rotten wheat there to avoid being bought. This wheat is now rotting and smelling bad. But officials are still unwilling to accept that the wheat is rotten. At the same time, the marketing department claims that last year 20287 tons of wheat were sourced through 74 shopping malls. At the same time, 42,000 tonnes have been purchased in 48 shopping centers so far, more than double that of the previous year.
Wheat was definitely damaged by rain. But its amount is less. However, action will definitely be taken against those responsible at the center if wheat is damaged.
Anoop Srivastava, District Marketing Officer
The little wheat that must have fallen on the ground when buying wheat, that smell comes from him. I went to the market yesterday. I have never seen so much wheat rot anywhere.
Atul Kumar, ADM, Chandauli
Coat…..
The wheat was soaked a long time ago. After that, the purchase was done very quickly. What to do with the rotten wheat soaked in the rain, how is it kept safe? Well, the one who deserves to be saved will definitely be saved.
Sanjeev Singh, District Judge, Chandauli

PDDU Nagar. Officials had claimed to buy and preserve the rain-soaked wheat, but that claim actually turned out to be a joke. Alam is that more than seven quintals of wheat have rotted away at the headquarters in Naveen Mandi. The smell of rotting wheat spreads across the market. If the sources are to be believed, hundreds of quintals of wheat have been wasted after raining in malls across the district.

The Meteorological Department had already informed that it would rain with strong winds during the Toute storm and had also said that its greatest impact would be in Purvanchal. Even so, the district officials did not issue any warnings, and even with the first rain, hundreds of quintals of wheat stored in the shopping malls got wet. Even after that, no adequate precautions were taken to save the wheat, and the second rain resulted in waterlogging where the wheat sacks were kept. There was water for several days. Afterwards, following opposition from local officials and farmers, the marketing officer said the farmers would not suffer any losses. Soaked wheat is also bought. But the wheat that was drowned was not taken. After the dry wheat was sold, the farmers left the more rotten wheat there to avoid being bought. This wheat is now rotting and smelling bad. But officials are still unwilling to accept that the wheat is rotten. At the same time, the marketing department claims that last year 20287 tons of wheat were sourced through 74 shopping malls. At the same time, 42,000 tonnes have been purchased in 48 shopping centers so far, more than double that of the previous year.

Wheat was definitely damaged by rain. But its amount is less. However, action will definitely be taken against those responsible at the center if wheat is damaged.

Anoop Srivastava, District Marketing Officer

The little wheat that must have fallen on the ground when buying wheat, that smell comes from him. I went to the market yesterday. I have never seen so much wheat rot anywhere.

Atul Kumar, ADM, Chandauli

Coat…..

The wheat was soaked a long time ago. After that, the purchase was done very quickly. What to do with the rotten wheat soaked in the rain, how is it kept safe? Well, the one who deserves to be saved will definitely be saved.

Sanjeev Singh, District Judge, Chandauli

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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