Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday mentioned that the costs of fertilizers have elevated as a result of COVID-19 pandemic and conflict in Ukraine, however the authorities has ensured that farmers within the nation don’t face shortage of urea and different inputs.

“We are going to do every part that’s required to be completed to strengthen farmers,” he mentioned at a seminar on co-operatives right here.

“Imported urea bag of fifty kg prices Rs 3,500, it’s given to farmers at Rs 300, which implies the federal government spends Rs 3,200 per bag out of its pocket,” Modi added.

He additionally mentioned that villages in Gujarat owe their prosperity to the dairy cooperative motion.

The cooperative mannequin is required for the event of villages, the prime minister mentioned.

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