Call to increase chemical fertilizers quota


Birgunj, Aug 15 : Locals have seized six trucks laden with chemical fertilizers from the Bhutandevi-based province office store of the Agriculture Inputs Company Limited.    
Irate local farmers took control of the chemical fertilizers being transported to other districts in protest of not easily accessing the fertilizers.    

Birgunj metropolis mayor Rajesh Man Singh, who reached there after the seizure of loaded trucks by farmers, informed that he would take initiative to increase the quota of chemical fertilizers in the district.    

On the issue, locals held discussions with mayor Singh and Agriculture Inputs Company Province Office Birgunj chief Chandra Prakash Chaulagain, among others.    

The provincial office of the company has been distributing fertilizers in Parsa Though farmers here require 8,000 metric tons of chemical fertilizers, the metropolis has set a limited quota of 800 metric tons, locals complained. (RSS)

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