Shivraj Chouhan Officially Takes Charge of Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare


GG News Bureau
New Delhi, 11th June. 
Union Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday officially took charge of the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.

During his interaction with the media, Chouhan expressed his satisfaction that the first decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday was in the interest of farmers.

He emphasized the Prime Minister’s resolve to double farmers’ income and affirmed the government’s commitment to taking every possible step for farmers’ welfare.

Chouhan highlighted the NDA government’s dedication to farmers’ welfare over the past decade and assured that his ministry will continue to work towards achieving these goals.

In addition to Chouhan, Ministers of State Shri Ramnath Thakur and Shri Bhagirath Choudhary also assumed their roles in the ministry.

After taking charge, Minister Chouhan toured various offices within the Ministry, engaging with staff at all levels, including cleanliness workers.

He encouraged everyone to work as a team to achieve the government’s vision for the welfare of farmers and to cooperate with one another.

Chouhan also visited the Krishi Integrated Command and Control Center, where he reviewed the facilities for monitoring the agricultural scenario in the country, including crop production and drought preparedness.

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