On the occasion of the birthday of former Prime Minister Late Chaudhary Charan Singh ji, a one-day district level farmers’ fair, agricultural exhibition and a two-day workshop on revival of Uttar Pradesh Millets was organised

. On the birthday of Prime Minister Late Chaudhary Charan Singh Ji, Agricultural Science Center K.N.I.T. In honor of Farmer’s Day and National Mission on Edible Oil (Oil Seed), Sub Mission on Agriculture Extension (ATMA), one day district level farmers fair, agricultural exhibition and two day workshop on revitalization of Uttar Pradesh Millets were organised.

On this occasion, Honorable MLA Sultanpur Vinod Singh, Chief Development Officer Ankur Kaushik, Deputy Agriculture Director Ramashray Yadav, Executive Engineer Tubewell Jagdish Rawat, District Horticulture Officer Ranvijay Singh, District Agriculture Officer Sadanand Chaudhary, Assistant Commissioner Registrar Cooperative Societies Kamalkant Mishra, District Manager Leading Bank Anurag Sankhwar,Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Ashok Kumar, Soil Conservation Officer Pyare Lal, Senior Scientist Krishi Vigyan Kendra Barasin Dr. J.B. Singh, K.V.K. Sultanpur SP Mishra, Agricultural Science Center Sultanpur Dr. R.K. Singh, Krishi Vigyan Kendra Dr. Atul Singh and others participated.

The chief guest of the program, MLA Sultanpur Vinod Singh, lit the lamp and visited the stalls in the fair and 32 farmers were selected for their good work in the fields of agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, sugarcane and fisheries and got first and second positions. Awards and appreciation were distributed to the farmers. In his address, he gave detailed information about various public welfare schemes being run by the government.

In his address, the Deputy Agriculture Director, in his address, made the farmers aware about the adverse effects of burning crop residue and gave detailed information to the farmers about the schemes running in the department and the questions raised by the farmers were answered on the spot. 400 farmers from all the development blocks of the district and 100 officers and employees of the department participated. Scientists of Krishi Vigyan Kendra gave detailed information about the diseases caused by millets and crops and their prevention and the questions raised by the farmers were answered on the spot.