Stubble, cow dung to now help better income of farmers

Lucknow: With the efforts of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the beginning of making biocol from agricultural waste in Uttar Pradesh has started in January itself.

Now the role of stubble and cow dung will be important to increase the income of the farmers. Now the income of farmers will increase through stubble and cow dung.

Pollution will be stopped due to ban on stubble burning. For this, 125 compressed bio gas plants are being set up in Uttar Pradesh with the help of the central government. About 666 tonnes of gas will be produced daily from this. Through these companies, an average investment of about Rs 100 crore will be made in the state and thousands of people will get direct and indirect employment at the local level.

Indian Oil Corporation Limited is setting up a CBG plant at Dhuriapar, Gorakhpur at a cost of 300 crores. It is based on stubble and 15 per cent cow dung will also be added to it. Officials say that they are trying to start the trial from March next year and the plant will be operational from June.

The Reserve Bank has placed the CBG plant in the priority sector, so that loans will be easily available for its construction. State Bank has also started loan scheme for such plants. Oil companies have also fixed the price of gas at Rs 46 per kg, which will be purchased from the CBG plant.

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