BENGALURU GIVES A BIG THUMBS-UP TO NAMMA MILLET
POLICY COMMISSION RECOMMENDS SUPPLY OF MILLETS THROUGH RATION
Policy Commission recommends supply of Millets through ration
Bangalore: The Commission has recommended the government to distribute foodgrains through rationals, said SK Patnaik, Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture.
He spoke at the award ceremony on Saturday, the 2nd day of the Global Trade Fair, Organized at Bangalore.
” In the concentrations, nutrition and healthcare factors are distributed through ration. It is a decision based on the available resources in the respective states. We have been advised to distribute the auxiliaries, “he said.
“Although there is more investment in the research and development of organic products, it is not possible to concentrate. Research has been made to produce value-added products from sources of nutritional value. If this is a great deal, India will get a global market for its resources, “he said.
The need for market creation: ICAR General Secretary Dr. Tilochana Mahapatra said, “Although people are becoming increasingly aware of the richness of the world, they have not created a global market.”
“These grains are not being used without access to certain countries except for some countries. Value added products should be introduced to foreigners instead of raw grains. The market network will be expanded and will benefit the farmers, “he said.
“ICAR has made a big achievement in the field of organic matter. Over the last seven years, 45 crops have been experimented with. Priority is also given to the varied breeding needs of farmers. If governors have emphasized emphasis on emphasis on empowerment, India can have a lion’s share in the future, “he said.
Meanwhile, awardees were awarded the awardees. Will be open on Sundays.
Mr. Krishna Byre Gowda, Minister of Agriculture Govt of Karnataka, Former Union minister Som Pal, Upper house member Rizwan Harshad, Agriculture commissioner G Satish, Director BY Srinivas and others.