JAMMU, Dec 19: Under the guidance of Swami Ramdev and under the leadership of Acharya Balkrishna Ji Maharaj along with the tireless efforts of about 150 scientists of Patanjali Research Institute, a comprehensive plan has been prepared to solve the problems related to Indian farmers and agriculture, which is presented in the form of a book entitled Nav Harit Kranti-An Agro Vision’.
Online and offline round table discussion was organized today in which through this wonderful compilation, the future plans for solving the basic problems related to agriculture, simplifying agriculture and increasing the income of farmers was considered.
In the program, Pujya Swamiji Maharaj said, “If ‘Nav Harit Kranti–An Agro-Vision’ is implemented on grounds then it will definitely benefit the farmers. Through this agro-vision our honourable Prime Minister’s aim of soil testing, and agriculture digitalization and PM-Kisan Scheme will be implemented to benefit the farmers”.
Regarding this visionary document, the different eminent agricultural scientists and people associated with Agricultural background along with the Vice Chancellors of various Agricultural universities of the country believe that the sooner this vision will take a practical form, the sooner the farmer of the country will be on the path of prosperity.
Dr. Trilochan Mohapatra, Secretary, Director General of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research participated in the seminar online as a special guest.
Member of NITI Aayog Prof Ramesh Chand said, “It is not a prospect seeker but a possibility-creating document. I will ask all the Ministries to use this application in the Department of Land Records and Department of Agriculture. He said that the upcoming revolution in agriculture would be through non-agriculture science in which technology would contribute immensely”.
In the program, on behalf of Patanjali, Kavinder Singh gave a presentation on B-Agromni. Dr Vedpriya Arya laid the entire background of New-Revolution: An Agro Vision among the dignitaries present.
Dr Tej Pratap, Vice Chancellor of GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, Agriculture policy expert Devinder Sharma, Dr HC Sharma, Former Vice Chancellor of International Crop Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Dr PK Joshi, agricultural economist and former chief of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), and many others presented their views.