Fertilizer shortage will be overcome in Bihar, CM Nitish gave important instructions

Patna: Lack of manure at the time of sowing in Bihar has created trouble for farmers. The farmers are not getting manure on time. After which, now the Chief Minister of the state Nitish Kumar held a review meeting with the Agriculture Department on the availability of manure. As a result, he took complete information about the need, allocation, and supply of fertilizers.

The sowing season of crops is currently underway. In such a situation, the Government is working at every level to see that there is no shortage of manure for the farmers. The problem has been discussed with the Government. Our officers are also in constant touch with the Central Government so that there is no hindrance in the supply of manure.

Further, he said that special attention is being paid to ensure that there is no irregularity in the distribution of fertilizers at the right price. The Government is working on the welfare of the farmers. The production and productivity of crops in the state have increased. The Government is also working continuously on the income of the farmers. Talking to state agriculture minister Amarendra Pratap after the review meeting, State Agriculture Minister Amarendra Pratap said that there is a shortage of urea in the state. People are facing problems due to the shortage of DAP in the state. After the CM spoke, there has been a lot of impact of talks on the supply of manure, which has increased the supply of manure. We are constantly in touch with the Centre.

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