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Punjab: Government will try to stop the incidents of stubble burning in this way


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Published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 17:47 [IST]

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Chandigarh, Punjab Chief Secretary Vijay Kumar Janjua has urged all the Deputy Commissioners to make proper arrangements in their respective districts to prevent the incidents of stubble burning. He said that special efforts are being made on behalf of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to make farmers aware. Financial assistance is being provided to the farmers to further reduce the rate of stubble and residue burning and to purchase happy seeders and other such machines or machines for stubble management.

Punjab government steps to stop stubble burning

Presiding over a meeting with all the Deputy Commissioners and high officials of Punjab, the Chief Secretary said that the State Government is paying special attention to the management of stubble instead of burning it to avoid polluting the environment. He said that farmers should be explained that if a red entry is made in the revenue record of a farmer who burns stubble, then it may deprive him of taking many government schemes and schemes. He said that due to the increase in pollution level in northern India due to stubble burning, Punjab has to face national level disrepute, so farmers should be explained to manage it instead of burning stubble at any cost.

He said that although there is a law regarding not burning stubble, but in spite of this incidents of stubble burning are being reported from many places. While reviewing the distribution of stubble management and machines in each district, the Chief Secretary said that the district administration should make the farmers aware through different means to manage the environment and explain to them how much is the loss of stubble and residue burning.

The Chief Secretary said that in the villages where there have been cases of burning crop residues in the past, the administration should be more vigilant. He said that farmers should also be explained by their children studying in schools that by setting the stubble on fire, children will get a dirty and polluted future. Giving instructions to the Deputy Commissioners, the Chief Secretary said that this year the cases of stubble burning should be stopped at any cost and no negligence will be tolerated in this regard.

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Punjab government steps to stop stubble burning

Story first published: Friday, September 23, 2022, 17:47 [IST]

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