10 Sep : Ram Subhag Singh, Secretary Agriculture, Animal Husbandry reviewed the progress of various on-going schemes of Animal Husbandry, Agriculture and Horticulture Departments and gave them necessary directions in this regard. He urged them to work with full devotion and sincerity so that the people were benefited and all the on-going welfare schemes launched by state government could be effected forcefully. He directed Animal Husbandry authorities to implement the Artificial Insemination Programme in a better way and keep a constant monitoring so that the number of the milch animals and production of milk could be increased. He asked them to send the report of the Artificial Insemination Programme to the office of the Secretary through the deputy director.
He also emphasized to identify land for the construction of gau-sadan to cope up with the menace of the stray cattle. He told six veterinary dispensaries would be set up at six gram panchayats, before 25th of September, where the building and the services of the retired pharmacists were made available by the concerned gram panchayats.
Later talking to media person, Shri Ram Subhag Singh said that Pangi valley, is one of the beautiful but difficult terrains of the state and stress should be on adopting organic farming techniques. He said that but it would help the farmers in getting them better price for their produce. The matter would be taken with the experts of the HP Agriculture University, Palampur for the certification of different produce of the valley so as to sell these in the National and International markets.
He said in the coming meeting of the gram sabhas in all the 3,243 gram panchayats of the state on 2nd October on the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Kisan Mitras would be who would act as communication and co-ordination managers between the public and govt. and aware the public about various schemes of the govt.
aid to Adopt Organic farming Techniques