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    Haryana News: State government is planning to send farmers of Haryana to African countries.

    Haryana News: In a strategic move following the successful deployment of labor to Israel, the Haryana government is formulating a plan to send farmers from the state to African countries. The decision was taken during a crucial cabinet meeting held by the Haryana government in early 2024, presided over by Chief Minister Manohar Lal.

    The Haryana government recently facilitated the recruitment of workers for Israel through HKRN, filling around 10,000 positions. Now, with a focus on the agricultural sector, the state is developing a comprehensive plan to send farmers to various African nations, aiming to enhance their farming prospects.

    Addressing the media after the cabinet meeting, Chief Minister Manohar Lal highlighted the limited availability of land in Haryana coupled with a growing population. Consequently, Haryana farmers have sought agricultural opportunities in neighboring states like Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. However, the limited land availability in those states has also constrained farming activities.

    Chief Minister Manohar Lal stated, “Several countries have vast expanses of untapped land suitable for agriculture, especially in the African continent. We have engaged in discussions with several African nations regarding the possibility of utilizing their available land for farming purposes.”

    Emphasizing the potential of Africa for agricultural expansion, the Chief Minister added, “We are initiating a plan to send groups of farmers from Haryana to African countries interested in fostering agricultural activities. We will provide all necessary assistance to those who wish to pursue farming in Africa, extending support in various forms.

    The Haryana government’s decision to explore agricultural opportunities in Africa comes as part of its larger strategy to address the challenges posed by limited land resources within the state. The initiative is expected to not only benefit Haryana farmers but also contribute to the agricultural development of the African nations involved.

    For more updates on this groundbreaking initiative and other Haryana news, stay tuned to Peddler Media.

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