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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Purchase of groundnuts starts from 21st in the state: Jayesh Radadia


Purchase of groundnuts starts from 21st in the state: Jayesh Radadia

Gandhinagar: An important cabinet meeting was held at Gandhinagar today.  After the completion, Food Supply Minister Jayesh Radadia said in a press conference that the purchase of groundnuts would start on the 21st.  Purchases will be made as per NAFED rule. 

 One sack can hold 25 kg of peanuts.  Additional costs, including burlap, will be borne by the state government.  Farmers will be able to register for another 6 days.  The cost of transport will be borne by the state government.  So far 4 lakh 25 thousand farmers have registered.

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A cabinet meeting was held today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.  The monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly was discussed at this cabinet meeting.  The date of the assembly session was also discussed.  In this meeting, the state government has approved the purchase of groundnuts at support prices.  After the meeting, it was announced for the farmers of Gujarat that the purchase of groundnuts will be started at the support price of Rs.

The cabinet meeting today approved the purchase of groundnuts at support prices.  Peanuts will be procured at the support price of Rs. 1055 per mound.  Regarding this, Minister Jayesh Radadia said that the Cabinet has decided to support the purchase price of groundnuts. 

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 The entire operation of which will be done by Gujarat State Civil Supplies Corporation.  The State Civil Supplies Corporation has been purchasing peanuts for two years, and will act as the nodal agency.  Peanuts will then be procured at a support price of 5275 per quintal.

 Arrangements have been made at all the centers so that the farmers do not get in trouble.

 The Chief Minister of the state has promised to provide as much staff as there will be in the supply corporation in the cabinet meeting.  The purchase will also start from the benefit fifth by taking additional staff from the revenue and agriculture department.  Peanut purchase program will be announced in the coming days.

So Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja said that the assembly session will be for five days.  The session will start from September 21.  A total of 24 types of amendments to the law, including the Registration Act in Revenue, Leave Goonda Gujarat Act, will be taken up during the Assembly session.  

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The Corona Warriors will be honored during the assembly session.  The quiz year will not remain in the assembly session.  The assembly will not include quizzes.  Only short term questions will be included.  Seating will be arranged at a social distance during the session.  Before the assembly session, starting from the Chief Minister, all the MLAs, all the officers and journalists and security officers and the staff and servants of the Legislative Assembly will be tested.

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A meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Agriculture Minister to purchase groundnuts at support prices in the state.  Officials from the State Supply Corporation and the Ministry of Agriculture were present at the meeting.  This year, the responsibility of purchasing groundnuts at support prices has been handed over to the State Civil Supplies Corporation.  Therefore, the process of filling up the form, arrangement for purchase of peanuts and staff establishment context were discussed.  It was decided at the meeting that if necessary, the responsibility would be given to the employees of the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Revenue.  Agriculture Minister R.C.  Faldu, State Supply Minister Jayesh Radadia and other officials were present at the meeting.

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