Wheat buying stopped, but farmers are standing at the shopping malls

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Bargaon. The procurement of wheat in state shopping centers has ceased. Nevertheless, many farmers are still standing at the shopping malls with their wheat.
On Wednesday, many farmers were also seen having their wheat weighed at the Miyanagi, Ambehtachand, Jadaudapanda, etc. wheat shopping mall. However, his wheat was not bought. The center director in charge, Dharampal Singh, said that only those farmers will be admitted who have stayed in the center with grain for a week. Here too, the wheat of many farmers was left over from their last purchase. The portal machine was only switched off after purchasing three and a half hundred quintals. Even so, the farmers hope that their wheat will be weighed.
Kuldeep Singh, in charge of the Bargaon Wheat Purchasing Center and Sudhir Kumar, in charge of Miyangi, say that now, if the government extends the time and starts the machine, the only way to get wheat in the center is then. At the same time, the farmers standing at the shopping malls say, if the government has registered them, why their wheat is not being procured.
Satendra aka Pappu Rana, president of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh’s Nanauta bloc, says that unless the government resumes sourcing wheat soon, it will be forced to agitate.

Bargaon. The procurement of wheat in state shopping centers has ceased. Nevertheless, many farmers are still standing at the shopping malls with their wheat.

On Wednesday, many farmers were also seen having their wheat weighed at the Miyanagi, Ambehtachand, Jadaudapanda, etc. wheat shopping mall. However, his wheat was not bought. The center director in charge, Dharampal Singh, said that only those farmers will be admitted who have stayed in the center with grain for a week. Here too, the wheat of many farmers was left over from their last purchase. The portal machine was only switched off after purchasing three and a half hundred quintals. Even so, the farmers hope that their wheat will be weighed.

Kuldeep Singh, in charge of the Bargaon Wheat Purchasing Center and Sudhir Kumar, in charge of Miyangi, say that now, if the government extends the time and starts the machine, the only way to get wheat in the center is then. At the same time, the farmers standing at the shopping malls say, if the government has registered them, why their wheat is not being procured.

Satendra aka Pappu Rana, president of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh’s Nanauta bloc, says that unless the government resumes sourcing wheat soon, it will be forced to agitate.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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