Jammu, September 10 – As part of an ongoing publicity initiative by the Center Government, Minister of Agriculture, Narendra Sin Tommar and Minister of State for Agriculture, Shobha Carandlaje and Kaylash Chuhari, they are visiting Jammu today in connection with agriculture and horticulture. Activities in the region.
The team was also accompanied by Lieutenant Governor’s Adviser Faruk Khan and Secretary General of Agriculture and Vegetation Navin K. Chuhari.
“JJ and K farmers are showing special interest in benefiting from the government’s plans,” said the Union Minister of Agriculture, who was present at the event in the village of Marras in RS Pura subdivision. Eighty-five percent of Indian farmers own less than two hectares of land, the minister said, and the country can truly enrich itself by strengthening these farmers.
He said they should choose to modernize and multiply crops by selling traditional methods to double the income of farmers. It is also committed to maintaining quality that meets international standards.
He said the Prime Minister is working to ensure the development of high quality exporters in the agricultural and partnership sectors.
He praised the government for implementing “200 out of 201” recommendations and emphasized that “the most important piece of advice is for farmers to make at least 50 percent of their investment.” He added that some crops are earning close to 100 percent.
The Prime Minister, Kisan Samman Nidi Yojana, said the center government has distributed 1,58,000 crore to more than 11 million farmers. More than 17 percent of J&K farmers will also receive 6,000 rubles a year, according to the plan.
Hailing the chairman’s efforts, the secretary-general said that with his intervention, 1 canal land-owned rural farmers and gardens are now being supported by the government.
Previously, the minimum standard was covered by 4 channels. Navin K. Chudhari told the Prime Minister that about a thousand hectares of land could be planted.
In the past, only 400 plants were planted in one land. “As a result, with higher plant yields, vegetable crops can easily double their income,” he said.
The administration of UTU has successfully increased its coverage of fruits and vegetables from 50,000 to 10 plants this year, he said. He said major goals have been set for the coming years. ‘
The department is actively promoting the planting of small aquatic crops such as lemons and aloe vera in the region. He added that up to 1,500 hectares of land were still under the control of the two farms.
Exhibitions of Woreda Agricultural Utilities and Fruit Productions such as Ponch, Rajuri, Doda, Katuwa and others were held on site.
The visiting ministers also planted mango seedlings on the site and planted a high-density marble.
The event was attended by DDC Chairman, Bahrat Bush, Director of Horticulture Ram Sewak and other senior officials of the department.