IMPHAL, Oct 6: The Nongchup Imphal Loumi Sinmi Chaokhat Thourang Lup has organized a One Day Farmer Training cum Seed Distribution programme for Rabi Crop under the theme “Chinjak ta Meepan Tangdaba” under the sponsorship of Technology Mission Cell Department of Horticulture and Soil Conservation at Ibudhou Korauhanba Sanglen, Moidangpok in Imphal West district.
The ceremony was attended by Soibam Subhachandra Adhyaksya Imphal West, L Kulachandra, APDO Horticulture and Soil Conservation Imphal West, Ch Bijenti Upaadhyaksha Imphal West, L Chaobi Devi, Yarou Bomdiar Zilla Parishad, RS Khuraijam president NILSCTL as chief guest, president and guest of honour respectively.
Speakers at the function elaborated that farmers have key role in maintaining agricultural products of the state and help economic development of the state which will help the unemployed youths in sustaining themselves.
Various cereals were also distributed to the farmers of Moidangpok area in the function.
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