Rice Millers Association called for an increase in the paddy harvest price

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The Rice Millers Welfare Association meeting was organized in Banshibazar on Tuesday. In which it was decided that if Rs 250 quintals of rice are not specified, he will not sow. The association’s president, Umesh Chandra Mishra, said the millers are making losses due to the government’s arbitrary stance and their mills are about to close. If the government doesn’t harvest the rice at Rs 250 per cent and the CMR is 58-60 percent, then we won’t be making the government’s rice this year. At the meeting, a letter of formal notice was also sent to the Prime Minister through the competent authority. District President Ajit Rai said the government gave the rice crop of 13 rupees per quintals 10 years ago, but now, instead of increasing it, it has further reduced it while spending and inflation have increased many times over. 200 per quintals of Kutai are available in Madhya Pradesh. At the meeting, Müller made many important demands, including increasing the recovery of rice from custom paddies to 58-60 kg per quintal, increasing the culling rate to 250 rupees per quintal, transporting paddy and CMR transport to that specified in the tender Rate. . The millers gathered from across the state demanded that all payments for the rice harvest be made within the specified timeframe. The millers warned the government that they would not have their mills checked or harvest rice this year if their demands were not met. A large number of millers were present at the meeting, including Vice President Shravan Singh, General Secretary Ramjanma, Treasurer Akbar Ali and Patron Abhay Yadav, etc.

The Rice Millers Welfare Association meeting was organized in Banshibazar on Tuesday. In which it was decided that if Rs 250 quintals of rice are not specified, he will not sow. The association’s president, Umesh Chandra Mishra, said the millers are making losses due to the government’s arbitrary stance and their mills are about to close. If the government doesn’t harvest the rice at Rs 250 per cent and the CMR is 58-60 percent, then we won’t be making the government’s rice this year. At the meeting, a letter of formal notice was also sent to the Prime Minister through the competent authority. District President Ajit Rai said the government gave the rice crop of 13 rupees per quintals 10 years ago, but now, instead of increasing it, it has further reduced it while spending and inflation have increased many times over. 200 per quintals of Kutai are available in Madhya Pradesh. At the meeting, Müller made many important demands, including increasing the recovery of rice from custom paddies to 58-60 kg per quintal, increasing the culling rate to 250 rupees per quintal, transporting paddy and CMR transport to that specified in the tender Rate. . The millers gathered from across the state demanded that all payments for the rice harvest be made within the specified timeframe. The millers warned the government that they would not have their mills checked or harvest rice this year if their demands were not met. A large number of millers were present at the meeting, including Vice President Shravan Singh, General Secretary Ramjanma, Treasurer Akbar Ali and Patron Abhay Yadav, etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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