State transforms 71.64 hectare land fertile


Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat held a review meeting with District Level Officers in Rudraprayag District Office Auditorium. In the meeting, it was informed by the Department of Agriculture that 71.64 hectares of unfertile lying under the 17 Model villages in the district is being transformed into fertile land. Under the same model village, works of plantation of peas on 10 hectare, Broccoli on 1 hectare, cabbage on 5 hectare is being done by Horticulture Department.

During the review meeting, Chief Minister emphasized on the cultivation of flowers, making branded Puja Samagri in the district and working on cluster farming. He also talked about providing box at subsidy of 60 per cent rate and colony to farmers, who have been working on bee keeping in the district. Prior to this, 40 per cent subsidy was being given by the government for the bee keeping. Details of project goals, e-learning, test series, offline classes etc. were given in detail by the Department of Education.

Before this, Chief Minister inspected the under construction Sainik Vidyalaya in Digdhar Badma and did the Bhoomi Pujan and foundation stone laying of the new building of the BJP office near the Rudraksh Wedding Point.

Cabinet Minister Prakash Pant, MLA Rudraprayag Bharat Singh Chaudhary, District President Vijay Karpwan, District Incharge BJP Pandit Rajendra Anthwal, Industrial Advisor to Chief Minister KS Panwar, District Magistrate Rudraprayag Mangesh Ghildiyal, SP Ajay Singh and District level officers were present on this occasion.


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