Jaipur: Indian Farmers Association will submit a memorandum to the Chief Minister to remove encroachment from the river Dhundh!
The Bharatiya Kisan Sangh will submit a memorandum to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to remove the encroachment from the river Dhundh. This decision was taken on behalf of the Indian Farmers Association in the Bassi Tehsil meeting of the Indian Farmers Association on Thursday. Lokesh Kumar Chandel, Divisional Publicity Head of Bhartiya Kisan Sangh has given information in this regard.
He said that it was decided in the meeting that the farmers' union would submit a memorandum to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to remove the encroachment from the river basin of Bassi Dhundh.
He informed that the chief guest of the meeting was District Cooperative Chief Bajrang Lal Sharma Tilpatti.
In this meeting chaired by Bassi Tehsil President Hari Narayan Sharma, it was decided to agitate to increase the crop loan given by the Tehsil committees to at least 50 percent and reduce the insurance amount.
Along with this, in the meeting, it was discussed to remove the encroachment from the river Dhundh and to develop it along the lines of the Dravyavati river.
Bassi Tehsil President Harinarayan Sharma, Executive President Chhajulal Sharma, Bassi Tehsil Minister Ramesh Meena, Tunga Tehsil Minister Ramkesh Meena, Organization Minister Shankar Lal Sharma, Palawala in-charge Hanuman Sharma, Jeetawala in-charge Rajkumar Sharma, Mukesh Kumar Meena Sunil Kumar Sharma, Dinesh Kumar Many workers including Meena, Mohit Kumar Sharma were present.