‘Modi-Khattar government responsible for shortage of fertilizers in Haryana’: Surjewala said – at the black peak of DAP in the state, there is no stock in 700 PACS committees; how farmers will sow

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Senior Congress leader and party general secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala has blamed the Modi-Khattar governments for the shortage of DAP fertilizers in Haryana. Surjewala said that due to the acute shortage of DAP in the state, farmers are forced to eat stumbling blocks. So how will the next crop be sown? The blackness of DAP is at its peak because of the wrong policies of the government. The ever-increasing prices of diesel have made life difficult for the farmer, but the important question is when will the Modi-Khattar-Dushyant ji pair wake up.

Surjewala said that there is shortage of manure in all parts of the state and especially in the districts of Kaithal, Kurukshetra, Ambala, Karnal, Rewari, Mahendergarh, Hisar, Palwal etc., along with 700 government procurement centers and primary agriculture cooperative societies located in villages. There have been reports of non-stock of fertilizers on PACS committees, which is a matter of great concern for us. Due to the low supply of fertilizers in the entire state, there are lines on the PACS committees, but the farmers are not getting the fertilizers. He questioned that if these conditions are there regarding fertilizers from now on, then the situation may worsen during the wheat sowing season.

Currently only 40 thousand metric tonnes of DAP available in stock
Seeking clarification from the Chief Minister, Surjewala said that is it not true that only 40 thousand metric tonnes of DAP is available in the stock of the state government at this time, whereas normally about 2 lakh metric tonnes of DAP is required in the state during Rabi season. Is. Surprisingly, the Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister are completely indifferent to the concern of the farmers.


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