PM Modi's visit to Gujarat: PM inaugurated the Sabar Dairy Plant, said- Farmers credit card given to more than 3 crore farmers

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PM Modi's visit to Gujarat: PM inaugurated the Sabar Dairy Plant, said- Farmers credit card given to more than 3 crore farmers
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a two -day Gujarat tour from 28 to 29 July. PM Modi today gifted projects worth about one thousand crore rupees to Gujaratis in Sabarkantha. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of several projects of Sabar Dairy. During this, PM Modi while addressing the gathering said that today the Sabar Dairy has expanded. Hundreds of crores of new projects are being set here. Milk powder plant equipped with modern technology and another line in A-septic packing section will increase the capacity of suede dairy further. Everyday something new is happening in Sambarkantha. Will help increase the capacity of cattle rearers. I heartily congratulate the Sabar Dairy and all the people associated with this movement. Whenever there is talk of suede dairy, the matter is not complete without remembering Bhurabhai. The effort started by Bhurabhai Patel decades ago is helping to change the lives of millions of people today. There is nothing new after coming to Sabarkantha here, because something new is happening here every day. There will be hardly any part of Sabarkantha, where I did not go. The farmer credit card -high given to more than 3 crore farmers said that today the dairy industry in Gujarat has reached one lakh crore. Today women are running dairy, honey production has doubled. Efforts are being made by the central government to increase the income of farmers. He further said that more than 3 crore farmers have been given farmers credit cards by the central government. Sarkarmodi said that the central government is working to reduce agricultural costs and in recent times. Despite the increase in the price of fertilizers globally, their prices were not increased in the country. He said, 'We import urea from other countries. However, in recent times, its price has increased manifold globally, but we did not put the burden on the farmers. The government is paying Rs 3500 for a 50 kg sack of urea, but is selling farmers for only Rs 300. He said that a sack of DAP fertilizer on the government due to the huge increase in prices in the international market. The burden of subsidy on it has increased from Rs 500 to Rs 2,500. The capacity of automatic plantsabar dairy is 1.20 lakh tonnes. The PMO had tweeted that this plant with nearly zero emissions consumes very low energy. The plant is the latest and fully equipped with the automatic bulk packing line. The foundation stone of the Dry Drying Plant Project also laid the foundation stone for the Prime Minister Sabar Cheese and the Drying Plant Project. The estimated outlay of the project is around Rs 600 crore. The plant will manufacture cakes cheder cheese (20 MTPD), Moosarella cheese (10 MTPD) and processed cheese (16 MTPD). The whey produced during the construction of the cheese will also be dried in a 40 MTPD -drying plant. International Financial Services Center will visit the International Financial Services Center. Gujarat International Finance will visit India's first International Financial Services Center (IFSC) in Tech-City (Gift City). During this time Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the Indian International Bullion Exchange (IIBX), which is the first international bullion exchange in the country. Apart from this, PM Modi will also lay the foundation stone of the Integrated Regulatory International Financial Services Center Authority. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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