UP govt surpasses its own record with the procurement of 53.80 lakh metric tonnes of wheat in the current season
Uttar Pradesh has bested its previous high of 52.92 lakh metric tonnes of wheat procurement that was achieved in the year 2018-19.
Punjab: After Modi Govt implements direct benefit transfer, agencies procure record wheat quantity, 9 lac farmers receive Rs 23,000 cr
A farmer named Gurdip Singh from Chak Kalan village said, "I am very happy with this system with money coming directly. I sold my entire crop to government agencies as the MSP was also better this time."
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan transfers ₹1500 crore to 75 lakh farmers under Mukhyamantri Kisan Kalyan Yojana
75 lakh farmers in Madhya Pradesh receive money in their bank accounts under the Mukhyamantri Kisan Kalyan Yojana
Congress credits Capt Amarinder Singh for ‘helping farmers in grain procurement’ but forgets to thank Centre for its contribution
Claiming full credit for the success of the ongoing procurement process, the Congress congratulated its Punjab Chief Minister
FCI fact-checked AAP, posted photos of Delhi Mandi where procurement is happening since April 1.
Is Centre arm-twisting farmers by ‘forcing’ Punjab to issue payments to farmers via DBT? A fact check
While all major procurement states have implemented DBT for MSP payments, Punjab has been delaying it since 2012
Farmer leaders are indulging in fear-mongering by claiming that the tighter procurement norms proposed by the government is one way of government doing away with MSP.
‘We are converting labourers into farmers in Brazil’, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait confirms his global links
Rakesh Tikait inadvertently discloses the larger conspiracy behind the ongoing agitation against the three farm laws
Uttar Pradesh surpasses its paddy purchase target two months in advance, makes record payment to farmers
While the state government has surpassed the procurement target, Yogi Adityanath has instructed that the procurement of produce will continue in the state.
The Cotton Corporation of India (CCI), which is governed by the Union Ministry of Textiles, has reportedly purchased 85% of kapas (raw cotton) marketed for the month of December in Punjab.