Last two to three months, the wait of the bonus for the paddy growers finally ended (Saturday). Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced a bonus of 500 rupees per quintal to Dhan at a program organized at Chanderwrah in Bhandara district.
Gondia Today News Network
Gondia: The wait of the last two to three months to wait for the bonus of the paddy growers to wait till the end (23rd). Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced a bonus of 500 rupees per quintal to Dhan at a program organized at Chanderwrah in Bhandara district. However, the bonus of this bonus is likely to be received by few farmers in Gondia district. So some merchandise is ready to take advantage of this decision.
Purchase of paddy in the district is being done through the District Marketing Federation and the Government Paddy Purchase Center in Tribal Development Corporation. District Marketing Federation has procured 13 lakh 45 thousand quintals till February 23 and tribal development corporation has procured 5 lakh quintals of rice. The total value of the Federation bought by the Federation is Rs 225 crores and 42 thousand farmers have sold the sale.
Nearly 12-15 thousand farmers have sold the rice at the center of tribal development corporation. It is clear that so many farmers will receive the bonus declared by the government. Further, after this, some farmers can increase the sale by selling it.
But in present condition, farmers have a very small amount of paddy left. Therefore, there is less chance of being too close to the shopping center. This number is very low considering the total number of farmers in the district. There are a total of 2.86 lakh farmers in the district, in view of the number of farmers selling rice at the Government Paddy Purchase Center, there is very little. The number of farmers selling the Dhana at the Paddy Purchase Center of Tribal Development Corporation and District Marketing Federation has not yet reached one lakh. Therefore, it is a picture of the need for farmers to sell more money to the private traders. So it is clear that these farmers will not get the bonus benefit. The result of which is that only a few farmers will get the benefit of bonus.
The bonus was announced late
This year, the government gave a guarantee of 1750 rupees to the general category and 1750 rupees in general. In the neighboring states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, the government has declared a price of Rs 2500 per quintal. Therefore, there was pressure on farmers in Maharashtra. Every year, the bonus was announced annually at the beginning of the bonus. However, the government has delayed the announcement of the bonus this year. The government has tried to attract the farmers by giving bonus of 500 rupees to Dhan. However, it is clear that these farmers will not be able to get the benefits of bonus due to the sale of the beacon to the private traders by private traders.
Large stock of traders
It is expected that Dhanala will be announced tomorrow or not tomorrow. Therefore, the private sector had purchased the money at the lower rate from the farmers. So, in today’s situation, private traders have a large amount of stock of funds. Some traders now know that the procurement cost of 1500 to 1600 quintals is ready for the benefit of the bonus by selling them in the name of farmers in the Paddy Purchase Center.
Poster announcement soon after
After the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced 500 rupees Quintal Bonus to Dhanan, some leaders started creating credit by creating a poster on social media and various Whatsapp groups. So these posters also had a discussion all day on social media.
Prices are low compared to Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh
In Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, Dhan is being given a guarantee of 2500 rupees per quintal. But there is little scope for the farmers in Maharashtra to give them less. Currently, Dhan will get a price of Rs 1750 and a bonus of 500 rupees will be Rs 2250 for a quintal. So, there is less than 250 rupees in comparison to Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. However, considering the cost of cultivation, farmers will have to consider how much money will be left after getting a bonus.