Traders came out against e-trading of food grains, told the government’s order wrong

Bajrang Garg, Provincial President of Haryana Pradesh Trade Board and National Chief General Secretary of All India Trade Board said that the Government Farmer And in order to harass the traders illegitimately, the order issued to purchase food grains through e-trading is totally wrong. The government should make a rule to buy and sell the farmer’s crop in open bid as before, and the gate pass should not be cut online and on the purchase of every crop, the arhtiyas should get 2.5 percent full commission.

Bajrang Garg said that earlier both the market fee and HRDF on paddy was 1 percent, which has been increased to 4 percent. The government should pay 1 percent market fee on paddy as before. He further said that neither the lifting of wheat and paddy is done in 72 hours nor the payment of crop is done in 72 hours. Whereas the government spends up to a year in the procurement of wheat by the commission of the arhtiyas and the wages of the palledars. Garg said that if the government owes any money to the traders, then the government takes interest and penalty of that money. Whereas the government does not even give any kind of interest on late payment to the brokers, farmers and laborers, which is completely wrong.

Payment is not done within 72 hours

It is worth mentioning that earlier, the Provincial President of Haryana Pradesh Vyapar Mandal, Bajrang Garg said that due to the sale of crops on e-trading, if traders buy crops from farmers, then how will the payment and lifting of food grains be a matter of great concern. Bajrang Garg said that the government does not pay the farmers for several months on the purchase of their crops. Whereas a law has been made by the government to pay the farmer’s crop and lift it from the mandis within 72 hours.

conspiracy to destroy farmers

Bajrang Garg has already accused the government and said that the government wants to give the business of food grains to big houses. Because if the grain business goes into the hands of big houses, then inflation will increase further. Flour sold in the open at Rs 28 per kg will be sold for Rs 60. He said that by bringing three agricultural laws, the farmers of the country are conspiring to ruin the traders. He said that in the name of e-trading by the government, agents and farmers are being harassed. Whereas by selling the farmer’s crop in an open bid in the market, the farmer will get more price for his crop.

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