Politician of chhattisgarh
Brijmohan Agrawal ji plays a key role to make country more powerful by strengthening the farmers. Country will become stronger if farmers will become stronger and hence a concrete action plan must be done depending upon the interest of farmers. Traditional farming have to be replaced by modern farming that is the need of hour, said by Brijmohan Agrawal ji at the closing ceremony of National Agriculture Exhibition Agro Vision 2014.
Published on: Mar 6, 2016
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Politician of Chhattisgarh
Brijmohan Agrawal ji plays a key role to
make country more powerful by
strengthening the farmers.
Country will become stronger if farmers will
become stronger and hence a concrete action
plan must be done depending upon
the interest of farmers.
Traditional farming have to be replaced by modern
farming that is the need of hour, said by Brijmohan
Agrawal ji at the closing ceremony of National
Agriculture Exhibition Agro Vision 2014.
Brijmohan Agrawal ji said that the farmers must
go for cash crops to safeguard their future
along with latest farming methods.
He said that large quantity of guava is being sent
overseas from Chhattisgarh. Agrawal ji emphasized
on the utility of micro irrigation and also said that
the Central government has to increase
the funding on sprinkler.
Brijmohan Agarwal ji advocated for natural
farming as the whole world is accepting it.
However, natural farming will thrive
only when animal husbandry
Agrawal ji also appealed to the farmers to utilize
solar pumps. He said that micro irrigation facilities
have to be increased by increasing the subsidy and
by preparing a pretty action plan.
He said that Chhattisgarh government has
launched several schemes including Agriculture
Farm Equipment Service Centre for
jobless agriculture engineers.
The project cost is about Rs 25 lakh and the
government will offer grant of Rs 10 lakh.
The government has plans to set
up 300 Agriculture Farm Equipment
Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister appreciated
the Chhattisgarh agriculture development
under the guidance of Agrawal ji.
Addressing the farmers at the district-level
‘Organic farming fair’ executed at
Gunderdehi, the district headquarters of
Balod, Shri. Brijmohan Agrawal ji
said that Organic farming is
best and lucrative for the
farmers of Chhattisgarh.
The State Government has been making every
attempt to endorse it. With Natural farming,
the fertility of the land remains and as the
crop remains devoid of the use of chemicals,
there is no other possibility of any
damage from them, he added.
Agrawal ji said, in order to endorse ‘Natural
farming’ a ‘Gaushala’ ( cow shelter) would be set up
in 50-acres of land in each and every development
block, where bio fertilizer would be made
with the cow-dung and its urine.
From the next year, farmers would be provided
guidelines for hybrid farming by holding of
‘Krishi melas’ (Agriculture fairs) in each and
every development blocks. In the upcoming days,
farmers engaged in this farming would
get many facilities, he added.
Shri. Brijmohan Agrawal encouraged the
farmers to boost their income by farming
fruits, sugarcane, vegetables, etc, along
with paddy. Under the ‘Atma Yojana,’
he awarded 10 farmers with cheques
of Rs 10,000 each.
Under the National Food Security Mission
Scheme, a grant amounting to Rs 15,000 has
been given to Dhanau Ram of Phunda village
for Seed Drill and Rs 30,000 to Manthir
of Saloni village for Thresher Machine.
Similarly, diesel pumps were
supplied to 6 farmers at
75 per cent grant.
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