The MD of Arun Dev Builders planning to set up a food processing plant

Food Processing Plant

The condition of Indian farmers is getting worse with every single day.The Managing Director of Arun Dev Builders, Mr Manoj Bhardwaj is aiming to set up a food processing plant in rural areas to improve the agricultural exports and investment for the welfare of Indian farmers.

Mr Bhardwaj is fully focused on changing the landscape of Indian agriculture and the farmers would be the ultimate beneficiaries.Farmers are often at the receiving end of events and sometimes they are forced to take hard decisions pertaining to their survival. The aim of Manoj Bhardwaj is to help the farmers not only in terms of farming techniques but also in terms of industrial skills.

His endeavour consists of exporting processed foods like Indian spices and dry fruits which has high demand overseas.The projects include establishing a community by bringing farmers and scientists to provide a scope of co-learning, whilst farmers will benefit from scientific aids in terms of harvesting as well as other agricultural practices. The farmers need to be educated about the new techniques of cultivation and increasing the fertility of land.With the increase in productivity, the farmers will directly benefit. The scientific techniques of using fertilisers, insecticides, and pesticides can improve the agricultural output of poor farmers in the rural areas.

The agricultural production will be directly sent for export lending support to the make in India initiative. Manoj Bhardwaj, the MD of Arun Dev Builders hopes that the rise in exports and investments through the food processing unit will pave the way for the development in these areas, raising the income of farmers during off season.

This initiative can transform the lives of farmers as they will be far more independent in future.The overall development of the regions in the form of infrastructure can further turn the tables. The MD of Arun Dev Builders has set his sight on bringing a change in Indian agriculture in years to come.

 

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