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To tie. Sixty percent of Chitrakootdham Mandal farmers sold their wheat to arhtiyas or others and turned their backs on government procurement centers. Figures from the State Procurement Center show that out of 1,16,417 farmers in the division, only 47,371 farmers sold their wheat in the centers. Lucrative announcements such as shade, water, tatkal procurement and payment within 72 hours at procurement centers could not attract the farmers.
In the Rabi year 2021-22, Chitrakootdham Mandal began sourcing wheat from April 1st. It lasted until June 22nd. A total of 200 procurement centers were operated. In 191 905,139 tons of wheat were purposefully procured in the division. 47,371 farmers benefited from this. The target of wheat production in Rabi year was set at 1,309,664 metric tons. The Ministry of Agriculture has not yet been able to announce the production figures. On the other hand, the division’s Ministry of Agriculture estimated the wheat production target for Rabi year to be 1,309,664 metric tons.
The production target was estimated at 498688 in Banda, 154281 in Chitrakoot, 262484 in Mahoba and 394211 MT in Hamirpur. The Ministry of Agriculture was unable to provide this number in relation to previous production. Rs 4402,453 lakh payment of wheat by farmers is stuck in the Chitrakootdham Mandal state procurement centers. The total payment to be made was 37,901,265 lakhs. Of this, only Rs 33,498,812 lakh could be paid. Officials claim the final payment will also be made soon.
Farmers in Mandal, Useful Farmers, in Purchasing (MT) —
District farmer bought wheat sold
Banda 43738 16802 67619.650
Chitrakoot 32701 8576 30041.339
Mahoba 22989 9381 35962.600
Hamirpur 16989 12612 58281.550
Total 116,417 47,371 191,905,139
There are breeders of 25 bigas. Wheat was sown in 15 bigas. An online registration for the sale of wheat was also conducted, but due to the long line of tractors at the state wheat procurement center, it was returned by the competent center, preventing it from selling wheat in the center. They later had to sell their products to arhtiyas.
Chandrapal Garg, farmer, Tindwari village
Registered online through the data center, but the registration failed. Later, after hearing about it from the message on his cell phone, he went back to register, but seeing the crowd there and the increasing crowd in the centers, he sold his 16 quintals of wheat to them at a bargain price Arhtiyas.
Shyam Babu Mishra, farmer, Parsauda village

To tie. Sixty percent of Chitrakootdham Mandal farmers sold their wheat to arhtiyas or others and turned their backs on government procurement centers. Figures from the State Procurement Center show that out of 1,16,417 farmers in the division, only 47,371 farmers sold their wheat in the centers. Lucrative announcements such as shade, water, tatkal procurement and payment within 72 hours at procurement centers could not attract the farmers.

In the Rabi year 2021-22, Chitrakootdham Mandal began sourcing wheat from April 1st. It lasted until June 22nd. A total of 200 procurement centers were operated. In 191 905,139 tons of wheat were purposefully procured in the division. 47,371 farmers benefited from this. The target of wheat production in Rabi year was set at 1,309,664 metric tons. The Ministry of Agriculture has not yet been able to announce the production figures. On the other hand, the target of wheat production in Rabi year was estimated by the Division’s Department of Agriculture to be 1,309,664 metric tons.

The production target was estimated at 498688 in Banda, 154281 in Chitrakoot, 262484 in Mahoba and 394211 MT in Hamirpur. The Ministry of Agriculture was unable to provide this number in relation to previous production. Payment of wheat to farmers of Rs 4402,453 lakh has gotten stuck in the state procurement centers of Chitrakootdham Mandal. The total payment to be made was 37,901,265 lakhs. Of this, only Rs 33,498,812 lakh could be paid. Officials claim the final payment will also be made soon.

Farmers in Mandal, Useful Farmers, in Purchasing (MT) —

District farmer bought wheat sold

Banda 43738 16802 67619.650

Chitrakoot 32701 8576 30041.339

Mahoba 22989 9381 35962.600

Hamirpur 16989 12612 58281.550

Total 116,417 47,371 191,905,139

There are breeders of 25 bigas. Wheat was sown in 15 bigas. An online registration for the sale of wheat was also carried out, but due to the long line of tractors at the state wheat procurement center, it was returned by the competent center, preventing him from selling wheat in the center. Later they had to sell their products to arhtiyas.

Chandrapal Garg, farmer, Tindwari village

Registered online through the data center, but the registration failed. Later, after hearing about it from the message on his cell phone, he went back to register, but seeing the crowd there and the increasing crowd in the centers, he sold his 16 quintals of wheat to them at a bargain price Arhtiyas.

Shyam Babu Mishra, farmer, Parsauda village

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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