Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Narendra Singh Tomar accompanied by Minister of State (MoS) for Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, Kailash Choudhary and Minister of State (MoS) for Agriculture Sushri Shobha Karandlaje today visited Indian International Trade Saffron Spice Park at Pampore in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district and inspected various departments of the processing unit.
In addition to the Stigma Separation Center, they also inspected the Drawing, grading, packing and E-Auction Centers at the park.
Union Minister for Agriculture Mr Tomar said that the Central Government is ready to provide all possible help and support to the farmers and with the existence of Spice Park, the income out of saffron production of growers has doubled. He added that the Centre will provide all kinds of facilities and assistance to the farmers that will make the lives of our farmers prosperous.
During the programme, the delegation of ministers also spoke to the farmers, during which the farmers presented their grievances and issues before the visiting dignitaries.The farmers were assured by the Ministers that the government will take up the issues on priority to resolve the legitimate demands of the farmers.