Pawn problem in Gehun Khareed

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Chapartala (Lakhimpur Kheri). By working hard in the fields, the farmer prepares his harvest in a certain way. But when he reaches the market to sell grain, he cannot do the weighing without a commission. He has to pay at least six kilograms of wheat as a commission on a quintal.
The farmers who weigh the wheat in the Magalganj agricultural market suffer from the fact that the thorn master and the babu of the market weigh the wheat by talking directly to the farmers about the commission. Pawns Are Forced You have no choice. Some farmers let themselves be weighed by giving cash. The farmers say the middlemen who buy wheat take the state backpacks and weigh them from their goods and send them straight to a warehouse whose information is not available.
Peasants expressed their pain
We sold 73 quintals of wheat in the mall, with a 95 rupee per quintals commission deducted. Before us there was no way but compulsion. Ashok Singh, farmer, Birampur
We sold 58 quintals of wheat, subtracting the payment of three quintals of wheat and transferring the remaining money to the account, which is wrong. Injustice is done to the peasants. Harpal Singh, farmer, Mahuadhab
We sold 64 quintals of wheat, but only paid 62 quintals. The rest of the money was deducted as commission that was not taken into account by the Kanta Incharge. Said his expenses were cut. -Apar Singh, farmer, Semra Ghat
We sold 78 quintals of wheat, from which four quintals of commissions were deducted. Only 74 quintals of wheat were transferred to our account. Lakhwinder Singh, farmer, Semra Ghat
Weight impairment due to missing bags
Gola Gokarnath. There has been a shortage of sacks in the wheat procurement centers of the Agricultural Market Committee for about a month. Frustrated by the lack of weight, the farmers went home by putting their wagons full of wheat and heaps of wheat outside and covering them with tripal. There are a total of 13 shopping centers in Mandi. Center officials Dharamraj, Brijesh Singh, Fahimulla Khan, Saurabh Kumar, etc. said that procurement was impaired due to the lack of bags in the centers. There used to be two forks in the centers, so the average daily procurement was around 700 quintals per center. Now it has been reduced by half to 300 quintals a day. The request has been sent, the weighing will start as soon as the bags have been received. conversation
Shopping center in Mohammadi closed, farmers migrate
Mohammed. The Mohammadi Agricultural Market is quiet, most of the centers are closed, and farmers wander around selling wheat. Farmer Satnam Singh from Miyapur says there is a wagon full of wheat at home. Went to Tehsil two or three times to sell wheat but was not found. Pappu Singh, a farmer from Bichpuri, says he spoke to the centers but no one is willing to buy wheat. Sompal Singh of Kehua says no one is willing to buy wheat at the state price in shopping malls. Wheat is now sold at throwaway prices by the agent’s hand. Due to the lack of procurement in the centers, traders in Shahjahanpur Puwayan district buy wheat in cash at a price of 1700 rupees per quintal. Bastoli farmer Ashish Tiwari had complained to the commissioner and asked for a commission of Rs 80 per quintal, but thereafter there was no improvement in wheat sourcing.
The accusation of making use of the farmers’ commission is wrong. The remaining seven shopping centers belong to other institutions that I am not aware of. There are definitely some issues that need to be resolved. -Naresh Rastogi, Mandi Secretary, Magalganj

Chapartala (Lakhimpur Kheri). By working hard in the fields, the farmer prepares his harvest in a certain way. But when he reaches the market to sell grain, he cannot do the weighing without a commission. He has to pay at least six kilograms of wheat as a commission on a quintal.

The farmers who weigh the wheat in the Magalganj agricultural market suffer from the fact that the thorn master and the babu of the market weigh the wheat by talking directly to the farmers about the commission. Pawns Are Forced You have no choice. Some farmers let themselves be weighed by giving cash. The farmers say the middlemen who buy wheat take the state backpacks and weigh them from their goods and send them straight to a warehouse whose information is not available.

Peasants expressed their pain

We sold 73 quintals of wheat in the mall, with a 95 rupee per quintals commission deducted. Before us there was no way but compulsion. Ashok Singh, farmer, Birampur

We sold 58 quintals of wheat, subtracting the payment of three quintals of wheat and transferring the remaining money to the account, which is wrong. Injustice is done to the peasants. Harpal Singh, farmer, Mahuadhab

We sold 64 quintals of wheat, but only paid 62 quintals. The rest of the money was deducted as commission that was not taken into account by the Kanta Incharge. Said his expenses were cut. -Apar Singh, farmer, Semra Ghat

We sold 78 quintals of wheat, from which four quintals of commissions were deducted. Only 74 quintals of wheat were transferred to our account. Lakhwinder Singh, farmer, Semra Ghat

Weight impairment due to missing bags

Gola Gokarnath. There has been a shortage of sacks in the wheat procurement centers of the Agricultural Market Committee for about a month. Frustrated by the lack of weight, the farmers went home by putting their wagons full of wheat and heaps of wheat outside and covering them with tripal. There are a total of 13 shopping centers in Mandi. Center officials Dharamraj, Brijesh Singh, Fahimulla Khan, Saurabh Kumar, etc. said that procurement was impaired due to the lack of bags in the centers. There used to be two forks in the centers, so the average daily procurement was around 700 quintals per center. Now it has been reduced by half to 300 quintals a day. The request has been sent, the weighing will start as soon as the bags have been received. conversation

Shopping center in Mohammadi closed, farmers migrate

Mohammed. The Mohammadi Agricultural Market is quiet, most of the centers are closed, and farmers wander around selling wheat. Farmer Satnam Singh from Miyapur says there is a wagon full of wheat at home. Went to Tehsil two or three times to sell wheat but could not be found. Pappu Singh, a farmer from Bichpuri, says he spoke to the centers but no one is willing to buy wheat. Sompal Singh of Kehua says no one is willing to buy wheat at the state price in shopping malls. Wheat is now sold at throwaway prices by the agent’s hand. Due to the lack of procurement in the centers, traders in the Shahjahanpur Puwayan district buy wheat in cash at a price of 1700 rupees per quintal. Bastoli farmer Ashish Tiwari had complained to the commissioner and asked for a commission of Rs 80 per quintal, but thereafter there was no improvement in wheat sourcing.

The accusation of making use of the farmers’ commission is wrong. The remaining seven shopping centers belong to other institutions that I am not aware of. There are definitely some issues that need to be resolved. -Naresh Rastogi, Mandi Secretary, Magalganj

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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