To resolve the problems faced by the farmers of agrarian state Punjab and to make agriculture a profitable venture, the State Government has sought suggestions from the general public for the agricultural policy being made for the first time in Punjab.
“It has been decided to prepare an agricultural policy to make the farmers debt-free and to make farmers adopt innovative techniques. In this connection, for the first time in the history of Punjab, the Chief Minister organized a Sarkar-Kisaan Milni,” said the state Agriculture Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal on Monday.
Dhaliwal said that the Government has sought suggestions from the general public, especially the farmers, FPO Groups, Self Help Group, Kisan Association, and Agro Industrial Association till March 31, 2023, to include the feedback of farmers in the agricultural policy.
The Minister has also appealed to the residents of the State to give their suggestions so that they can be made a part of the policy. For suggestions, WhatsApp on mobile number 75080-18998 or call on phone number- 0172- 2969340 or email on email@example.com or a letter to Punjab State Farmers and Farm Workers Commission, Calcutta Bhavan, Airport Chowk, Aerocity Block C, Airport Road, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali) can be sent.