Farmers will be exposed to modern agriculture during PM’s visit: Jitendra | Kiran of Udaipur | Latest news from Udaipur

Jammu, April 5: Farmers will be exposed to modern farming techniques as well as the use of drones in the agricultural sector during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Palli Panchayat in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir on April 24 to mark Panchayati Raj Day. Along with the property card, 340 houses in Palli village will also receive solar power, he said. The Ministry of Science and Technology, led by Prime Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh, is set to create a world record for lighting the Palli Panchayat with solar power in 20 days. However, a target of April 22 has been set and the campaign is being monitored by MoS’s Dr Jitendra Singh. “Panchayat Palli will become the first village in Jammu and Kashmir to be fully solar-lit ahead of the Prime Minister’s visit,” Dr Singh said on Tuesday. He said that in Palli village, the campaign to install 630 KV transfer for 500 KW power generation is underway. The Central Electronics Limited team, which arrived from Delhi, is in action mode to achieve the target, Dr Singh said, adding that “the men are at work 24/7 to convert it. in reality”. Dr. Jitendra Singh’s Public Relations Officer (PRO), Sanjeev Sharma also visited Palli village and inquired about the ongoing work to set up a solar power plant. “The team from our ministry visited the village of Palli and inspected the work being carried out and supervised by the team from Central Electronics Limited,” Dr Singh said. He said the Prime Minister’s visit would be very helpful. Seven ministries that have played an important role in rural development are now working together on this project. Dr. Singh said that during the Prime Minister’s visit to Palli village, farmers will be sensitized about innovations, new experiences in the agricultural sector for modern agriculture. In such a situation, he said farmers will be sensitized on how modern techniques can be used in irrigation, use of pesticides and nutrients through drones. “Additionally, other modern methods of farming will also be on display,” Dr Singh said, adding that like Palli village, steps will be taken to take advantage of new technologies in other villages and that Work is also underway to make broadband available in every panchayat. . VBH RKM

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