The three wheat shopping center in charge, which is suspended for the soaking of wheat, is not making any arrangements after Dm Said either

Samvad News Agency, Pilibhit

Published by: Sushil Kumar Kumar
Updated Sun May 23, 2021 8:53 PM CET

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After receiving information about the possibility of rain last week, officials were instructed to keep the wheat bought in state malls from getting wet. It was asked to make concrete arrangements for this.

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– Photo: Amar Ujala

The DM has taken seriously the case of wheat soaking in state shopping malls. Despite instructions from the district administration, DM has suspended three shopping centers that are responsible for failing to take precautions to protect wheat from rain. This action was taken on the basis of the investigation report of the SDM concerned. After receiving information about the possibility of rain last week, officials were instructed to keep the wheat bought in state malls from getting wet. It was asked to make concrete arrangements for this. However, many competent centers ignored the order of the district administration. The system of saving wheat in shopping malls was only implemented on paper.

As a result, wheat was soaked in shopping malls for two days during the rain. Due to a lack of precautions, the wheat from the farmers who reached the shopping malls was also soaked. Much wheat has been spoiled by soaking in rain. On Saturday DM Pulkit Khare reached Pooranpur Mandi and inspected the shopping malls. During the inspection, the DM expressed displeasure with the responsible center. The DM then asked all SDMs for a report.

Based on the information received by SDM Sadar Avinash Chandra Maurya on Sunday, the responsible mall Harvinder Singh, Shyam Bahadur and Bisalpur SDM Rakesh Gupta has suspended the PCU mall responsible for Bilsanda Ramchandra Lal.

All shopping malls have been asked to make arrangements for polyethylene and tripal. When information was available on the wetting of wheat in the rain, a report was requested from all SDMs. On the basis of the investigation report by the SDM, three competent bodies were suspended. The rest of the relevant center were instructed to take wheat sourcing seriously. – Pulkit Khare, DM

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The DM has taken seriously the case of wheat soaking in state shopping malls. Despite instructions from the district administration, DM has suspended three shopping centers that are responsible for failing to take precautions to protect wheat from rain.

This action was taken on the basis of the investigation report of the SDM concerned. After receiving information about the possibility of rain last week, officials were instructed to keep the wheat bought in state malls from getting wet. It was asked to make concrete arrangements for this. However, many competent centers ignored the order of the district administration. The system of saving wheat in shopping malls was only implemented on paper.

As a result, wheat was soaked in shopping malls for two days during the rain. Due to a lack of precautions, the wheat from the farmers who reached the shopping malls was also soaked. Much wheat has been spoiled by soaking in rain. On Saturday DM Pulkit Khare reached Pooranpur Mandi and inspected the shopping malls. During the inspection, the DM expressed displeasure with the responsible center. The DM then asked all SDMs for a report.

Based on the information received by SDM Sadar Avinash Chandra Maurya on Sunday, the responsible mall Harvinder Singh, Shyam Bahadur and Bisalpur SDM Rakesh Gupta has suspended the PCU mall responsible for Bilsanda Ramchandra Lal.

All shopping malls have been asked to make arrangements for polyethylene and tripal. When information was available on the wetting of wheat in the rain, a report was requested from all SDMs. On the basis of the investigation report by the SDM, three competent bodies were suspended. The rest of the relevant center were instructed to take wheat sourcing seriously. – Pulkit Khare, DM

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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