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Organic farming is the only alternative save human race and makes a health society: RSS

 Source: IT News

Imphal, March 30 2017: The human society is the under the silent threat from chemical fertilizers; organic farming is the only alternative means to save the people from slow poisoning of chemical fertilizers and lead a healthy life.

It was said by Sah Sangh Chalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) 
Manipur Pranta, Dr L Ibungohal Singh, while delivering his presidential speech at the valedictory function of 5-days-long awareness-cum-training programme for farmers on organic farming, natural farming and cow based economy organised by Rajarshri Bhaigyachandra Skill Development Centre, Haraorou under Imphal East in association with Central Agricultural University, Iroisenba today at the central hall of the Skill Development Centre.


Organic farming is the only alternative save human race and makes a health society: RSS Sah Sangh Chalak

Organic farming is the only alternative save human race and makes a health society: RSS Sah Sangh Chalak



India is an agri-based economy; but the increasing inclination of using chemical fertilizers in agricultural cultivation has posed a serious threat to the society.

Major agricultural producers of the county like Punjab and Haryana had experienced the impact of adopting chemical fertilizers, said the Sah Sangh Chalak of Rss.

While appealing the farmers to be sincere in their occupation, Sah Sangh Chalak Dr Ibungohal stated that the healthiness of the public is in the hands of farmers.

In his speech, Ningthoujam Shyamachand Singh, General Secretary Organisation of Bharatiya Kishan Sangh (BKS), 
Manipur Pranta who attended the function as Guest of Honour highlighted the problems being face by farmers' community in Manipur.

He said that illiterate and poor farmers are becoming victims of corrupt politicians and insincere NGOs that are working in the field of agriculture.

Insincere politicians and NGOs have siphon off funds that are sanctioned for the welfare of farmers under various schemes; they left the innocent farmers to their own fate, alleged the General Secretary Organisation of BKS.

N Indrajit Singh, Parliamentary Secretary (MAHUD); Dr Th Robindro Singh, Deputy Director of Research, CAU and Angad Prasad, Deputy Director, Department of Exention Education, CAU also attended the function as chief guest and guests of honour respectively.

Dignitaries, who attended the valedictory function distributed certificate and plant saplings to around 200 trainees.