The district’s mangoes are exported to Saudi Arabia

Officials giving information about mangoes going to Saudi Arabia from Bijnor.
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The district’s mangoes were exported to Saudi Arabia
Bijnor. The district’s mango will spread its sweetness abroad. The district has received orders for mangoes from Saudi Arabia and Dubai. The mango shipment was sent to Saudi Arabia on Monday.
There are many mango plantations in the district. From here, Mango goes across the country. The hero of the Tollywood films, Mohammad Shoaib, resident of Mandawar, also has mango plantations. His family started a company called M / s Hindustan Agro Mandavar. His company has received mango orders from Saudi Arabia and Dubai. A 40-ton shipment went to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. The vehicle was commissioned by Assistant Director of Agriculture Girish Chandra, District Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Avadhesh Mishra and District Horticultural Commissioner Jitendra Kumar signed out.
District deputy agriculture officer Girish Chandra said the district’s farmers can now make good money exporting mangoes. Dr. Awadhesh Mishra announced that every effort will be made to promote fruit and other crops in the district. Mohammad Shoaib said that he also bought mangoes from some farmers by paying two rupees per kg more than the market price. Farmers benefit from placing the order. The rest of the harvest is also to be exported.

The district’s mangoes were exported to Saudi Arabia

Bijnor. The district’s mango will spread its sweetness abroad. The district has received orders for mangoes from Saudi Arabia and Dubai. The mango shipment was sent to Saudi Arabia on Monday.

There are many mango plantations in the district. From here, Mango goes across the country. The hero of the Tollywood films, Mohammad Shoaib, resident of Mandawar, also has mango plantations. His family started a company called M / s Hindustan Agro Mandavar. His company has received mango orders from Saudi Arabia and Dubai. A 40-ton shipment went to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. The vehicle was commissioned by Assistant Director of Agriculture Girish Chandra, District Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Avadhesh Mishra and District Horticultural Commissioner Jitendra Kumar signed out.

District deputy agriculture officer Girish Chandra said the district’s farmers can now make good money exporting mangoes. Dr. Awadhesh Mishra announced that every effort will be made to promote fruit and other crops in the district. Mohammad Shoaib said that he also bought mangoes from some farmers by paying two rupees per kg more than the market price. Farmers benefit from placing the order. The rest of the harvest is also to be exported.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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