Chhattisgarh: The Bhupesh Baghel government has broken a 20-year record of buying paddy


So far, the price of rice husk aid has reached its highest level in Chhattisgarh. In 20 years of state formation, this year has become the record for highest paddy purchases.

So far, the price of rice husk aid has reached its highest level in Chhattisgarh. In 20 years of state formation, this year has become the record for highest paddy purchases. During the current paddy harvesting season till January 21, 844.44 lakh metric tonnes of paddy has been procured, which was 50,000 metric tonnes more than the total paddy of 8.94 lakh metric tonnes in the state last year, when there are still 10 days left to procure paddy. . The continuous increase in the amount of paddy by farmers and farmers in the state in the last 2 years under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is a good sign for the black state of Chhattisgarh.

Due to the farmer-friendly policies of the state government, the state of Chhattisgarh is fast moving towards becoming a model state in the country in terms of agriculture and farming. Under the Chhattisgarh government’s Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyaya Yojana, grain productivity has increased in the state. In the current financial year, the state government is providing incentives of Rs. 57,750 crore to 19 lakh farmers in the state under this scheme. So far 19 lakh 54 thousand 332 farmers in the state have sold paddy at support price. For custom milling, 2 lakh 70 thousand 6993 metric tons of DO has been issued to the millers, due to which 25 lakh 4 thousand 512 metric tons of paddy has been extracted so far.

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It may be noted that in the year 2017-1-18, 5.8.7 lakh metric tons of paddy was procured in the state, in the year 2018-1-19, 80.833 lakh metric tons of paddy was procured and in 2016-17, 833.94 lakh metric tons of paddy was procured. Was- 20. The number of registered farmers has also increased year by year. The number of farmers registered for sale of paddy in 2011-18-1-18 was 15.7777 lakh, this is 201-19-1. In 2016, it increased to 1 16.9 lakh and in 2016-2017 it was 19.55 lakh. This year too, the number of farmers registered to sell paddy at support price has increased to Tk 21.52 lakh.

In the kharif year 2020-21, till January 22, 2012, one lakh 20 thousand 471 metric tons of paddy has been procured in Bastar district of the state. Similarly in Bijapur district 55 thousand 401 MT, in Dantewada district 13 thousand 401 MT, in Kanker district 2 lakh 5 thousand 350 MT, in Kondagaon district one lakh 25 thousand 9455 MT, in Narayanpur district 1 thousand 252 MT. , 33 thousand 1111 MT in Sukma district, 4 lakh 30 thousand 64644 MT in Bilaspur district, Gourela-Pendra-Marwahi thousand 4 thousand 991 MT, Janjagir-Champa district lakh lakh 1 thousand 808 MT, one lakh in Korba district 15 thousand 721 MT, 3 lakh 44 thousand Mungeli district 629 MT has been purchased.

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Similarly in Raigarh district 4 lakh thousand thousand 428 MT, in Balod district 4 lakh thousand 9 thousand 276 MT, in Bemetra district 5 lakh thousand thousand 7366 MT, in Durg district 3 lakh 61 thousand 6333 MT, in Kawardha district 3 lakh thousand 86 thousand M3 MT, in Rajnandgaon district lakh lakh 3 thousand 423 MT, in Balodbazar district lakh lakh 4 thousand 191 MT, in Dhamtari district 4 lakh thousand thousand 6644 MT, in Gariband district 2 lakh 99 thousand 996 MT, lakh lakh 36 thousand 190 MT in Mahasamund district, 4 lakh 68 thousand 2 276 MT in Raipur district, one lakh 34 thousand 6443 MT in Balrampur district, one lakh 233 MT in Yashpur district, one lakh 33 thousand in Korea district Paddy, one lakh 35 thousand 6863 MT has been procured in Surguja district and one lakh 59 thousand 9090 MT in Surguja district.

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