Paddy procurement starts today Dinamalar

Paddy procurement starts today Dinamalar
Paddy procurement starts today Dinamalar

Chennai: Tamil Nadu is going to start rice procurement from today. In the interest of farmers, the Chief Minister requested the Prime Minister to start rice procurement for the Caribbean season from September 1; The central government has approved.
The central government has set a minimum reference price of Rs 2,040 for 1 quintal of normal paddy for the Caribbean season; It has fixed Rs 2,060 for small variety of paddy. 1 quintal is 100 kg. Like last year, the Tamil Nadu government has ordered an additional incentive of 75 rupees for ordinary rice and 100 rupees for small rice.
2,115 rupees for 1 quintal of common paddy, including both; It has been ordered to pay Rs 2,160 to the farmers who sell at direct paddy procurement stations for small size paddy. Chief Minister Stalin has ordered to provide the new minimum reference price and incentive amount of the state government from today.

CHENNAI: Paddy procurement is going to start in Tamil Nadu from today. In the interest of farmers, the Chief Minister has requested the Prime Minister to start paddy procurement for the Caribbean season from September 1.

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