Nangalsoti’s jaggery industry went cold during the Corona period

Nangalsoti’s jaggery industry went cold during the Corona period
Nangalsoti / Najibabad. Nangalsoti’s jaggery industry is badly affected during the corona transition period. More than 50 crushers were operated in Nangalsoti each year. The crusher operation is also badly affected this year after the effects on the previous year’s operation. In the absence of workers, only 20 to 25 crushers are running.
Nangalsoti is known for the jaggery industry. The sweet jaggery from Nangalsoti is preferred in many areas including Mandi Dhanaura, Muzaffarnagar along with Gur Mandi from Kiratpur. Crusher operators Rajveer Singh, Tejpal Singh, Monu, Nitin, etc. say that the corona transition time has severely affected Nangalsoti’s jaggery industry. Jaggery production is carried out in Nangalsoti at around 50 crushers. The operations of Nangalsoti crushers have been impacted since the corona infection outbreak last year.
The crushers start operating before the start of the sugar cane crushing season and continue until the sugar mills close. Farmers bring sugar cane to the crushers as a cash harvest. The crushers began to operate before the crushing season of the sugar mill in Nangalsoti began. As the transition progressed, the crushers gradually began to work due to the labor shortage. Currently, only 20 to 25 crushers are in use in Nangalsoti under difficult conditions. Jaggery is usually made from five to six thousand quintals of sugar cane on the crushers of Nangalsoti. Workers and crusher operators who work on crushers that produce an average of 500 quintals of jaggery per day are victims of the plight.

Nangalsoti’s jaggery industry went cold during the Corona period

Nangalsoti / Najibabad. Nangalsoti’s jaggery industry is badly affected during the corona transition period. More than 50 crushers were operated in Nangalsoti each year. The crusher operation is also badly affected this year after the effects on the previous year’s operation. In the absence of workers, only 20 to 25 crushers are running.

Nangalsoti is known for the jaggery industry. The sweet jaggery from Nangalsoti is preferred in many areas including Mandi Dhanaura, Muzaffarnagar along with Gur Mandi from Kiratpur. Crusher operators Rajveer Singh, Tejpal Singh, Monu, Nitin, etc. say that the corona transition time has severely affected Nangalsoti’s jaggery industry. Jaggery production is carried out in Nangalsoti at around 50 crushers. The operations of Nangalsoti crushers have been impacted since the corona infection outbreak last year.

The crushers start operating before the start of the sugar cane crushing season and continue until the sugar mills close. Farmers bring sugar cane to the crushers as a cash harvest. The crushers began to operate before the crushing season of the sugar mill in Nangalsoti began. As the transition progressed, the crushers gradually began to work due to the labor shortage. Currently, only 20 to 25 crushers are in use in Nangalsoti under difficult conditions. Jaggery is usually made from five to six thousand quintals of sugar cane on the crushers of Nangalsoti. Workers and crusher operators who work on crushers that produce an average of 500 quintals of jaggery per day are victims of the plight.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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