Dabra Krishi Upaj Mandi News: Agricultural produce market of Dabra tehsil of Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh continues to be in the circle of questions, whether it is through farmer’s union or by the farmers, why this process does not take the name of stopping because when the arrival of the crop starts. Krishi Upaj Mandi remains at the forefront as farmers from far off places come here to sell their crops. Meanwhile, in Dabra Krishi Upaj Mandi, the work of cheating with the farmers in some form or the other continues. Then whether it is by the traders or by the hawkers, why is the mandi administration ignoring these problems? Why the Mandi administration does not have any solution regarding these problems.
Farmers made allegations
Let us tell you that the state government is continuously making efforts for the benefit of the farmers, but by the time the farmers’ crops reach the market, those efforts remain buried only in the papers, after all, why the market administration does not pay attention to the problems of the farmers, because many times the farmers Has himself also said that postal bidding is not done in the market, farmers’ crops are bought by preparing raw slips in the market, due to which the farmers have to face problems like remorse, and neither the time of weighing the crop in the market is fixed. Is. Due to which farmers have to face a lot of problems because people come here to sell their crops and become victims of middlemen in the market, why does the market administration not pay attention to this. Today, once again, a similar case came to the fore in Dabra Krishi Upaj Mandi, in which a farmer told that his crop-laden trolley was weighed on a simple slip without giving a firm receipt of the mandi by a hawker.
this is the order
Keeping these problems in mind, following the oral instructions given by Dabra SDM Prakhar Singh, a letter was issued by Dabra Krishi Upaj Mandi, in which, looking at the problems of the farmers, it has been shown that the auction of commodities in the mandi will start from the beginning of the winter season. The bidding will be done from 8:00 am so that there is no inconvenience to the farmers and traders. If a trader completes the weighing of the farmer’s crop before this, action will be taken against him under the Mandi Act. Now it will be seen how successful this effort made by the Dabra Agricultural Produce Market Administration is.
Arun Rajak’s report from Dabra