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Procurement of more than 13.74 lakh metric tons of paddy recorded in Chhattisgarh till date

Paddy

Under Support Price Policy, procurement of more than 13 lakh 74 thousand 581 metric tons have been recorded in 1976 procurement centres of Primary Agriculture Cooperative Societies in Chhattisgarh, till date. Procurement in these centres began from December 1. The stock of paddy procured includes 5 lakh 49 thousand 571 metric tons of A-grade, 5 lakh 8 thousand 439 metric tons of thick-variety and 3 lakh16 thousand 570 metric tons of paddy of Sarna variety.

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visionnewsservice.com

CM orders village wise rectification of software for paddy procurement

Dr. Raman Singh Chief Minister in Chhattisgarh

Keeping in view the interests of farmers, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has directed to amend the software which registers village-wise paddy production for the paddy procurement year 2014-15. On his directive the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department issued an order in this director on Sunday.

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visionnewsservice.com

Chhattisgarh awarded with Krishi Karman Award

ACS Agriculture Ajay Singh handing over the letter to CM Dr. Raman Singh.

Chhattisgarh has been awarded with National Krishi Karman Award again for the third time. The central government has bestowed this prestigious agriculture award for the year 2013-14 to Chhattisgarh for its contribution in rice production. Union Agriculture Minister Radhamohan Singh has informed Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh about this achievement through a letter. Additional Chief Secretary Ajay Singh handed over the letter to the Chief Minister on Saturday evening. Advisor to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh and ACS N Bajendra Kumar was also present on the occasion.

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visionnewsservice.com

Paddy procurement limit increased from 10 to 15 quintal per acre

CM Dr. Raman Singh Chairing the Cabinet meeting.

Amidst ongoing exercise for urban bodies' elections in the State, the Chhattisgarh cabinet met on Tuesday. The Cabinet meeting which was held when the Model Code of Election Conduct is imposed in the State, deliberated on the paddy procurement and approved the recent announcement of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, wherein, he had hiked the paddy procurement limit from 10 quintals per acre per farmer to 15 quintal per acre per farmers. The additional five quintal paddy will be procured through linkage. The Cabinet also reviewed the paddy procurement till date from December 1.

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visionnewsservice.com

Maintain transparency in paddy procurement: Collector

Collector Reena Babasaheb Kangale chairing the meeting.

Collector Reena Babasaheb Kangale has directed the authorities concerned to ensure maintaining transparency in ongoing paddy procurement process across the district. She has also warned strict action against those commit any
sort of carelessness in the process. As per the official sources, the Collector chaired a meeting recently here at Zila Panchayat conference hall to review the progress in paddy procurement across the district. She also inquired about the arrangements made in this regards.

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Central Chronicle

1st meeting of State-level executive committee under NLM held

Chief Secretary Vivek Dhand presiding over the meeting.

Modern techniques and skills related to livestock will be development in Chhattisgarh under the National Livestock Mission (NLM). Chief Secretary Vivek Dhand on Friday presided over the first meeting of the State-level executive committee constituted under NLM. Several proposals were appoved in the meeing. It may be mentioned that Government of India has stared NLM that includes seven central government funded and seven central-state government partnership programmes related to livestock development.

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Central Chronicle

Credit of Cooperatives Award goes to dedication of farmers: Minister Ajay Chandrakar

Farmers

State Government have awarded prestigious Thakur Pyarelal Singh Cooperatives Award to cooperative society of village Charra in Kurud block of Dhamtari district, for its significant achievement in cooperatives sector. Farmers of village Charra have shown excellent dedication in the field of cooperatives and have set an example for farmers of other sectors. Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Ajay Chandrakar expressed these views in the Cooperatives Conference and Programme organized at village Charra.

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www.dprcg.gov.in

Officials directed to make all preparation for paddy purchase

Paddy

District Collector R. Sangeeta directed officials to make all preparations could so that paddy procurement could begin from December 1. She directed officials only to purchase 10 quintal paddy and that too form the entitled farmers registered with the societies. She also told the officials to inform these details to the farmers. Collector Shangeeta was addressing meeting of the nodal officers at Dhamdha.

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Central Chronicle

Telangana CM hails agriculture development in Chhattisgarh

Admiring agricultural development in Chhattisgarh Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.

Admiring agricultural development in Chhattisgarh Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao said that farmers encouraged by state government's efforts seemed to be keen on farming of horticulture crops by adopting advanced farming techniques. Rao who arrived on Sunday on his two-day tour to Chhattisgarh said that farmers from Telangana would be sent to Chhattisgarh for training on advanced farming. On first day of his Chhattisgarh tour Telangana Chief Minister visited Komchi, Malpuri and Koudia villages bordering three districts to review farming of horticulture crops.

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Central Chrobicle

Agriculture Department's development exhibition luring people at Rajyotsav

Agriculture Stall at Rajtotsav-2014, Naya Raipur.

Agriculture Department has decked up its stall at Rajyotsav 2014 on the theme of advanced agricultural techniques. At the department's stall, models based on rainwater harvesting, organic farming, advanced agricultural technology etc, have been put on display. People are pouring in to capture playful activities of colourful fishes in Fishery Department's aquarium. Children seem amazed and allured to see so many varieties of fishes under one roof. Cattle, hens and birds kept at the stall of Animal Husbandry Department have also become a major attraction for visitors.

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www.dprcg.gov.in

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