Bihar Agriculture Minister Sudhakar Singh, who recently criticized his personal power insurance policies by questioning agricultural street maps, has resigned, his father and Bihar state chief Rashtriya Janata Dal Jagdanand Singh said on Sunday. “Someone wants to confront the peasants and the injustice inflicted upon them. The Minister of Agriculture took charge of this. The information company ANI quotes Jagdanand Singh as saying that the killing of the Mandi Legislation (Agricultural Advertising Commission Act)
In addition, the RJD MLA recently pointed out the difficulty of corruption in his squad, and on Saturday, stated that it would not enable the “continuation of the BJP agenda” in his department with the formation of the grand coalition authorities within State.
Singh stated that the federal government's own statistics indicate that agricultural street maps have utterly failed to achieve their goals on any grounds.“These are not my statistics. Agricultural subdivision level numbers to roadmaps fail and there is no level to persevere with them without taking the required corrective action. At the very least, as Minister of Agriculture, I cannot give an extension to this street map. The federal government may make another division nodal if it needs to increase the third agricultural street map after 2022.”
The initial agricultural streetmap was launched in 2008 with small money while former President Pranab Mukhji launched the The second agriculture road in 2012 for the state with the aim of launching a “rainbow revolution” within the state. In 2017, the former president Ram Nath Kovind III launched, which the Bihar NDA authorities decided to increase after 2022. Then, the Ministry of Agriculture was with the Bharatiya Party Janata The last two road maps of agriculture combined had money of approximately ₹ Rs 3 crore
noting that he would not go into relaxation Until the Agricultural Products Advertising Commission (APMC) Act and the Mandi scheme are restored, Singh stated that the choice to dispose of them in 2006 was “anti-farmers” in nature.
Nitish Kumar authorities in Bihar repealed the law APMC and 'mandi' (wholesale markets for agricultural products) in 2006 throughout the intra-state NDA.
“As the State Secretary of Agriculture, I cannot Enabling the continuation of the BJP, Singh was quoted as saying by the information company PTI, “An agenda within the agriculture department after the formation of the 'Mahagathbandan' authorities within the state”.
“The repeal of the APMC and Mandi Act in 2006 was a call that was anti-farmer in nature. He added that the Mahagathbandan authorities within the state should act to fulfill the guarantees made by our fellow citizens of the coalition.” He recently raised a problem when he stated that every one of his squad's officers are “thieves and therefore the head of the department is the chief of thieves”.
During his interactions with Union Ministers Singh stated that he will additionally brief them on the coverage of new fertilizers in Bihar which is being formulated.
(with input from companies)