In this period of ongoing trade tension between the US and China, the Madhya Pradesh government discussed the export of Soyabean, the largest crop produced in the state, in China markets on Monday.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan expressed his desire to take soybean cultivation in the state in neighboring China market in the Council of Ministers meeting.
It is known that due to the US-China trade tension, there is a shortage of 1.15 million tonnes of soybean in China. Madhya Pradesh produces the largest soybean in the country.
Giving information about the decisions taken in the meeting of the Council of Ministers, State's Minister of State Narottam Mishra told the media reports here, "Last week, the Chief Minister met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu in New Delhi was there to discuss the issue.
He said that the state government wants to send one of its delegation to the soybean grown in the state to enter the Chinese market. Simultaneously, the approval of the Advocates Security Act as an ordinance was approved in the Council of Ministers headed by Chief Minister Chauhan.