Haryana News: CM Manohar Lal Gave Diwali Gift To Farmers

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Haryana News: CM Manohar Lal Gave Diwali Gift To Farmers

Haryana News: Haryana Government is continuously working to strengthen and strengthen the economic condition of farmers. Many types of schemes are being run by the government for the farmers. Not only this, the government is also giving good prices to the farmers for their crops. On the occasion of Diwali, the Haryana government has announced to increase the prices of sugarcane while giving a gift to the farmers cultivating sugarcane.

Farmers cultivating sugarcane got a gift

While making the announcement on the occasion of Diwali, CM said that this time due to early cultivation of sugarcane, the price of sugarcane has been increased by Rs 14 from Rs 372 to Rs 386 per quintal. Apart from this he said that at the time the price of sugarcane is decided. At that time, due to elections being held in the year 2024, the code of conduct will remain in force in the state. Therefore, instead of the next year, the prices for the coming year have been determined. Therefore, the price of sugarcane in the year 2024 will be Rs 400 per quintal.

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Farmers have a big role in the development of the state

CM said that farmers have a huge contribution in making the country developing and progressive. The government has always been working in the interest of farmers. This year also the government has increased the rate of sugarcane keeping in mind the interest of the farmers. Not only this, the prices of sugarcane have also been fixed for the year 2024. CM says. That farmers work hard to produce sugarcane. It is necessary to give them fair value in return for their hard work.

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MSP fixed for crop purchase

During this, CM Manohar Lal said that farmer brothers work hard in the fields from morning till night. And by selling the produce they strengthen their economic position. The CM said that he has set the Minimum Support Price (MSP) to give fair price to the farmers for their crops. There are about 14 such crops in the state. Whose purchases are made at the prescribed minimum support price.

Superfast News Coverage By YuvaPatrkaar.com Team

Publish Date: November 7, 2023

Posted By Sunil

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