Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that he held 11 rounds of talks with some unions. He asked those who are opposing the farmers’ movement to present their proposal. But they are not able to make any offer.
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar
Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Narendra Singh Tomar said, BJP always stands with farmers as many decisions were taken to double the income of farmers after 2014 and they are happy with it. The whole country stands with the government on 3 agricultural laws. Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar told that he held 11 rounds of talks with some unions. He asked those who are opposing the farmers’ movement to present their proposal. But they are not able to make any offer.
Recently, Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar had attended a virtual meeting with 20 Agriculture Ministers. It was organized by the Italian Presidency. The virtual meeting was attended by the Agriculture Minister and a four-member Indian delegation. One session of the meeting took place on the topic “Research as a driving force behind sustainability”. Addressing this session, Narendra Singh Tomar said that agricultural research has played an important role in tackling the problem of food security, improving the income of farmers and cultivators and sustainable use of natural resources for subsistence of the people.
There are three major challenges of agriculture
Tomar said that biofortified varieties are a source of staple diet rich in micronutrients and they were being promoted to address malnutrition. About 17 such varieties of different crops have been developed and were being cultivated. The Union Minister was addressing a session on the topic ‘Working together to achieve Zero Hunger Target: Successful Projects Implemented by Agriculture Ministries’. experienced revolution.
Achieving food security, adapting to climate change and mitigating climate change is one of the three biggest challenges of 21st century agriculture. Important resources like water, energy and land are depleting rapidly. There is a need for sustainability in agriculture, including increasing production and income simultaneously, adapting to climate change by balancing crop, livestock, fisheries and agro-forestry systems, increasing resource use efficiency, protecting the environment and maintaining ecosystem services. Are included.
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