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Kisan Kalyan Mission will help Farmers learn ways to double their Income

Pritam Kashyap
Pritam Kashyap
Kisan Kalyan Mission will help Farmers learn ways to double their Income

Farmers in Delhi are protesting and demanding Government to repeal the three agricultural laws. At the same time, the state government of Uttar Pradesh has started the Farmers Welfare Mission to further strengthen the economic condition of the farmers.

Under this, seminar, exhibition, fair and various programs will be held in all the blocks of the district from January 6 to three weeks. In which department of Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Silk, Cooperatives, Irrigation, Minor Irrigation, NEDA, Village Development etc. will also inform farmers about schemes by setting up their stalls. 

District Agriculture Officer Dhirendra Singh Chaudhary informed that through this scheme, an effort will be made to double the income of farmers of the district. 

For this, agriculture and other agro-based activities including animal husbandry, horticulture etc. and agro-based industries will be included. The seminar is being organized on Wednesday, January 6 in seven blocks of the district in BhojipuraBithri Chainpur, Faridpur, Nawabganj, BahediRamnagarMirganj. 

The District Agriculture Officer said that in the exhibition to be held under Kisan Kalyan Yojana, an exhibition of major products produced by small, micro and medium entrepreneurship units at the local level and self-help groups formed under the Livelihood Mission of Village Development will also be organized. 

In the seminar, progressive farmers, agricultural scientists and agricultural extension workers associated with the agriculture department will give detailed information about the government's schemes to the farmers. 

Apart from this, various departments will provide on-the-spot benefits to the beneficiaries of schemes run by the farmers. 

In the block-wise exhibition, the Department of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Silk, Cooperatives, Irrigation, Minor Irrigation, NEDA, Village Development, Panchayati Raj, Forest, Child Development and Nutrition etc. will set up stalls of their schemes. 

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