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Govt Releasing One Lakh Tonne Of Onion Buffer Stock: Union Minister Tomar

Indore: Amid the hovering costs of onion, Union Agriculture Minister has mentioned one lakh tonne of buffer inventory of the important thing kitchen staple is being launched by the federal government to offer reduction to folks.

He was speaking to reporters on Wednesday after participating in a rally in Dharampuri city of Indore district forward of the November three bypolls to 28 Meeting seats in Madhya Pradesh.

“The government has already taken cognisance of the issue of rising prices of onion and its one lakh tonne of buffer stock is being released through NAFED,” Tomar mentioned.

“We had imposed a ban on the export of onion from the country well in time and opened routes for its import,” the minister mentioned.

NCP chief and former Union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar on Wednesday blamed the central authorities’s insurance policies for the rising costs of onion, and mentioned he would communicate to the Centre concerning the inventory restrict imposed on the commodity merchants.

Referring to Congress’s protests on the brand new farm legal guidelines, Tomar accused the opposition get together of getting double requirements.

In its 2019 Lok Sabha ballot manifesto, the Congress promised to make commerce freed from laws, he mentioned.

The Congress had additionally mentioned it could encourage inter- state commerce, discontinue the Agriculture Produce Advertising Committees (APMCs), give encouragement to contract farming and finish the Important Commodities Act, he mentioned.

“But it was unable to do these things because of pressure from middlemen,” the minister claimed.

“The BJP-led government framed new laws for agriculture reforms. Therefore, the Congress is now suffering from stomachache,” he added.

The Union minister was in Indore to deal with a rally in assist of the state’s water assets minister Tulsiram Silawat, who’s contesting the bypoll from Sanver Meeting seat right here.


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