Shiv Kumar Sharma
Press Reporter News Service
Yamunanagar, April 29
It’s been a month for the reason that wheat procurement began within the state, however some farmers of the district couldn’t register their produce on the “Meri Fasal, Mera Byora” portal due to the mismatch in e-girdawari. It implies that khasra numbers of land uploaded by officers don’t match with these entered by farmers. Therefore, the crop couldn’t be registered.
Until the crop shouldn’t be registered, it can’t be bought.
Farmers Satpal Kaushik, Sant Lal, Raj Kumar, Rajpal and Amar Pal, all residents of Kartarpur village, have been operating from pillar to put up to get their produce registered, however in useless. Kaushik had lately written to CM Manohar Lal Khattar, highlighting their plight.
“We’ve got met the Deputy Commissioner, District Income Officer, Radaur SDM and Deputy Director, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Division, a number of occasions, however the issue stays unresolved,” mentioned Kaushik.
Jasvinder Singh, Deputy Director, Agriculture, mentioned: “Just a few farmers of the district’s Khandwa village had confronted the identical drawback, but it surely was solved. The matter of Kartarpur farmers has been taken up with larger authorities.”