Initiative: Discussions on to bring Punjab out of the paddy crops mesh


Initiative: Discussions on to bring Punjab out of the paddy crops mesh

A team of Ayush Vibhag held a meeting with Sant Seechewal to search the possibilites of herbal farming

Sant Seechewal stressed on to make solid arrangements of marketing and processing of the herbal farming

Sultanpur Lodhi, 24th July

Regional Director Dr. Arun Chandan and Dr.Saurav Sharma of Govt.Of India Ayush Ministry North Area Facility Center held a meeting with Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal Ji at Nirmal Kutiya Holy Bein Sultanpur Lodhi. In order to swell the herbal farming in the Punjab, more than 35 varieties have been selected for the farmers of Punjab, Dr.  Arun apprised Sant Seechewal Ji about it.

On this occasion Sant Seechewal Ji said that the farmers of the Punjab could only be made aware of the alternate farming of the solid arrangements of marketing and processing of the herbal farming are made. They must have a belief that their herbal farming was worth more profitable than the paddy crops mesh. Firstly herbal farming as an experiment should be done and be proven as successful alternative model before the farmers.

On this occasion working on herbal farming plan for the last one year, Sant Seechewal's team sewadar Gurwinder Singh Boparai said that Sant Seechewal Ji has always been striving to give permanent solution to every problem. That may be making of hundreds km of paths for the transportation of the crops of the farmers, help to control the parali, great service of cleaning the rivers to save the farmers from the furry of floods, treating the contaminated waters and using them for the farming and to change that to poison less farming, Sant Ji has always been there to help physically, mentally and financially.

He said that only two days ago Sant Seechewal Ji's team alongwith farmer Paramjit Singh already engaged in herbal farming and Punjab Chintak Paul Singh Nauli had a meeting with Dr.J.P.Singh of Shree Dhanwantri Herbal at Amritsar concerning herbal farming. During which Dr.J.P Singh had expressed worry over shortage of pure herbal shrubs in making Ayurvedic medicines. Taking an Initiative he has sent his Ayush Vibhag team to Sultanpur Lodhi to make an action plan and to inspire the small farmers of Punjab with the help of Sant Seechewal Ji for adoption of herbal farming. That will help in the plan of doubling the income of the small farmers and that will also assure the work of collection of the pure herbal shrubs for Ayurvedic medicines.

On this occasion the visiting team visited the Holy Bein on a boat and they also saw more than 40 types of herbal plants variety that was planted decades ago on the banks of the Holy Bein. The museum that shows the changed look of the Holy Bein with the karsewa was also shown to them. The visiting team of Ayush Vibhag was honored by Sant Seechewal Ji.

On this occasion Dr.Bhupinder Singh Project Director Aatma Scheme Punjab, Dr. Rajesh Kumar Assistant professor Physics Department D.A.V College Amritsar, Dr. Rupinderjit Kaur Asstt. Prof. Biotechnology D.A.V College Amritsar, Yadwinder Singh and others were also present.

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