In his newest ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme held on Sunday, prime minister Narendra Modi lauded the distinctive initiatives of Ladies Self-Assist Teams (SHGs) engaged within the manufacturing of bio-fertilisers and bio-pesticides in Bahraich. Chief minister Yogi Adityanath, tuned in from Gorakhpur, expressed gratitude to the prime minister for his acknowledgment and encouragement in direction of the ladies related to these self-help teams, a UP authorities spokesperson mentioned.
In his first ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program of 2024, the PM additionally praised the historic occasion of the consecration of Ram Lalla in Ayodhya.
PM Modi highlighted the rising significance of SHGs throughout the nation and particularly talked about the excellent work undertaken by the ladies of ‘Unnati Jaivik Ikai’ in Bahraich. CM Yogi, taking to his official ‘X’ deal with wrote, “PM Modi, within the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme, has mentioned and boosted the morale of ladies related to the self-help group manufacturing bio-fertilisers and bio-pesticides in Bahraich district.”
Acknowledging the influence of this progressive effort, Yogi emphasised that the initiative not solely contributes to the monetary well-being of the ladies concerned, but in addition performs a vital position in selling pure farming. He counseled the ladies of ‘Unnati Jaivik Ikai’ for turning into a supply of inspiration within the agricultural sector and expressed heartfelt gratitude to the prime minister for recognising their efforts, the spokesperson mentioned.
In the course of the programme, Modi detailed the progress of the ‘Unnati Jaivik Ikai’ organisation, the place ladies from Nibiya Begumpur village, related to self-help teams, are actively producing bio-fertilisers and bio-pesticides utilizing native sources reminiscent of cow dung, neem leaves, and medicinal vegetation. The organisation has turn into a hub for these merchandise, with over 6,000 farmers from close by villages buying bio merchandise, thereby enhancing the financial standing of the ladies concerned.
The PM envisioned a future the place drones, operated by ladies, assist in farming actions in villages, underscoring the transformative influence of such initiatives. The prime minister’s recognition serves as a catalyst for inspiring self-reliance and innovation amongst ladies throughout the nation, marking a major stride in direction of sustainable and pure farming practices.