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Chief Minister transfers eight crores to Gopalakas, says new law of Center is not in the interest of farmers

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CM Bhupesh Baghel lashed out at the Center’s three new agricultural laws after making online payment of the fourth installment to state cowherds and cow dung vendors under the Godhan Nyay Yojana. He said that these three laws are not in the interest of farmers and common people. This will affect the livelihood of farmers, agricultural laborers as well as common people. There will be huge losses due to the introduction of hoarding, contact farming and private market. CM has distributed 83 thousand 809 gopalakas and cow dung vendors 8. Online payment of fourth installment of Rs 2 crores. This amount has been made in lieu of purchase of 4 lakh one thousand 475 quintal cow dung purchased in 3122 Gothanas of the state from September 1 to September 15. So far, Rs 20 crore 72 lakh has been paid under this scheme. The Chief Minister said that the government is fulfilling the promise of payment of funds to the beneficiaries in 15 days under the Godhan Nyaya Yojana. So far an amount of Rs 20 crore 72 lakh has been given in lieu of cow dung purchased in the last four fortnight. Due to this, the poor villagers and livestock farmers are getting economic benefits. The Chief Minister said that at present, thirty thousand quintal vermi compost fertilizer has been produced in Gothan, It will increase in volume in the coming time. Arrangements will also be made for the sale of vermicompost. Vermicompost is being manufactured from cow dung being purchased in Gothans. The state of Chhattisgarh is moving towards organic farming. Agriculture Production Commissioner Dr. M Geetha gave detailed information about the Godhan Nyaya Yojana through the power point presentation.

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