Chandigah, September 13 (IANS) Punjab Prime Minister Amandir Singh on Monday issued a far-reaching agreement with Harsirat Kawer Badal on the issue of agricultural laws. Minister of Cooperation.
Former Prime Minister Parkinson Singh Badal has argued that he supports the law, but has changed his mind completely.
Calling the only party to oppose these “black” laws from the very first day, the Prime Minister said his government convened an all-party meeting and consulted with agricultural associations.
The regional government then convened a special meeting of Vidhan Saba and approved bills to oppose these agricultural laws.
He said the constitution has been amended 127 times since 1950, when he took over the Union Government. So, in support of the farmers along the Singu and Tikri border, why should the repeal of the farming laws be done once and for all?
The Prime Minister began the meeting by laying the foundation stone of the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) College of Agriculture in Ballo Saunkri, SBS Nagar Woreda, with 60 seats and classrooms. Starting October 1.
He further added that an agricultural college outside the PAU campus will be the first to come with a BSC (agricultural) course.
Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said the opening of the college is a major milestone in agricultural development in the Kandi area and will help strengthen research on the region’s problems and crops as well as agricultural services. For regional farmers.
He said research will be done on how to ensure more productivity for the college due to the scarcity of land and water shortage in the region.
Introducing the Vegetable Research Center in Nawanshahar, Amerder Singh emphasized Apple research as part of diversity. He said the government will now pay 90 percent of the 60 percent subsidy to smallholder farmers to protect their crops from livestock. Provide services to guide farmers and grow fruits and vegetables.
As part of the effort to improve market infrastructure, market information services and processing facilities, two mega food parks have also been set up to assist in marketing, innovation and research from a national and international perspective on production, marketing and planning. Interests and prices.
The Prime Minister also handed over checks to 25 of the 31,066 beneficiaries in the woreda as landmarks for landless farmers and agricultural workers. These users earned 64.61 million rubles.