Reismüller demand relief – Reismüller have raised their voice for their demands

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Rice Millers Association officers submit the memorandum to the Collectorate.
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The officers of the Uttar Pradesh Rice Mill Association handed over a memorandum addressed to the DM to the SDM on Monday in the premises of the Collectorate. This included the demand to exonerate the rice millers.
District President Balwant Singh said that the rice industry in Uttar Pradesh is the largest and most job-creating industry based on agriculture. But due to neglect in government policy, this industry is suffering from the economic situation. Most rice industries’ bank accounts have either become or are about to become NPAs. Reismullers said that 90 percent of the state’s land is currently being sown hybrid paddy. Because the farmer achieves good yields in this, but in the hybrid paddy, only 58 to 60 percent of rice is recovered, with 40 to 45 percent being broken rice. While the government takes 67 percent of rice from rice millers. Only up to 25 percent of broken are valid, even big broken must be reimbursed to the remaining Miller through loss. In addition, the millers listed many other problems and demanded that they be eliminated. Om Prakash Pandey, Avnish Seth, Amit Singh, Dilip Kumar Jaiswal, Santosh Kumar, Bechan Prasad, Budhinath, Ashok Kumar, Vijay and Govind were among those who submitted the memorandum.

The officers of the Uttar Pradesh Rice Mill Association handed over a memorandum addressed to the DM to the SDM on Monday in the premises of the Collectorate. This included the demand to exonerate the rice millers.

District President Balwant Singh said that the rice industry in Uttar Pradesh is the largest and most job-creating industry based on agriculture. But due to neglect in government policy, this industry is suffering from the economic situation. Most rice industries’ bank accounts have either become or are about to become NPAs. Reismullers said that 90 percent of the state’s land is currently being sown hybrid paddy. Because the farmer achieves good yields in this, but in the hybrid paddy, only 58 to 60 percent of rice is recovered, with 40 to 45 percent being broken rice. While the government takes 67 percent of rice from rice millers. Only up to 25 percent of broken are valid, even big broken must be reimbursed to the remaining Miller through loss. In addition, the millers listed many other problems and demanded that they be eliminated. Om Prakash Pandey, Avnish Seth, Amit Singh, Dilip Kumar Jaiswal, Santosh Kumar, Bechan Prasad, Budhinath, Ashok Kumar, Vijay and Govind were among those who submitted the memorandum.

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