Haryana: Cooperative Sugar mills will Produce Jaggery and sugar, says Minister

The crushing session inaugurated at the Meham Cooperative Sugar Mill (Organic Jaggery and Sugar)

Rohtak (Frankly News). Cooperative Minister Dr. Banwari Lal says that along with sugar, other things will also produce in the mills to rescue the sugar mills from losses. He also says that a biofuel briquette plant has set up in the Kaithal sugar mill. Bagas ballast used as a modern fuel in this plant and is a better alternative to coal.

This experiment will also use in other sugar mills. Apart from this, briquettes will also make from parali and the government has decided to buy parali for Rs 120 per quintal. The verdict will lead to the proverbial saying of a creed. One will benefit the farmers financially, the other will not be pollution. He said this while addressing the farmers and members of the mill staff after inaugurating the crushing session of Maham Cooperative Sugar Mill Maham Rohtak.

Production of organic jaggery and sugar will start in 15-20 days

The Cooperative Minister said that to increase the income of sugar mills, the plant of making Athlon in Shahabad sugar mill is going to start in the month of March. Similarly, the production of organic jaggery and sugar in sugar mills of Maham, Kaithal, and Palwal will start in 15-20 days. Minister says that the work of making refined sugar mill has started in Rohtak sugar mill and its packing will be made in five and one kg packing.

Cooperative Minister assured farmers that the government will not let the farmers face any problem. He announced that in the next 15 days, the Atal Kisan Canteen at Maham Sugar Mill will be launched. In this canteen, farmers will get food in the mill for ten rupees. He also directed the officials that the recovery of the mill should be 10 and a half percent.

Cooperative Minister Banwari Lal first brought sugarcane to the mill, Satyanarayana and Rajkumar resident Singhwa came from bullock cart, driver Wazir, who brought the sugarcane to the tractor and Baljit village Badala, and driver Rajendra Singh and Anil Kumar Kharkhurd driver who brought the sugarcane to the truck from Kharkada Prachaj Center And awarded by giving cash. Additional Deputy Commissioners Mahendra Pal, Jagdeep Singh, Rajkumar Sharma were present on the occasion.

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