Chandigarh Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker S. Kultar Singh Sandhwan, on Tuesday, urged the farmers of the state to buck the pattern of wheat straw burning, which is polluting the surroundings and spreading severe illnesses.
The Speaker stated, Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Mann led authorities was attempting laborious to deliver down the crop residue burning incidents, however this menace cannot be stopped with out the lively cooperation of farmers as because of the crop residue burning circumstances, the environmental air pollution is turning into main downside and individuals are affected by lethal illnesses.
He stated that these farmers who did not burn crop residue are being honoured by the state authorities and numerous district administrations. The Speaker, whereas exhorting the farmers to cease the pattern of burning crop residue for the wholesome future of kids and youth and cooperate with the federal government for its administration, urged the farmers to plant an increasing number of saplings because the human beings are wanted clear surroundings to reside on earth.
Notably, about 100 farmers of various districts of the state, who shunned the apply of burning paddy and wheat crop residue for a few years and adopted direct seeding of paddy, have been additionally honoured within the Punjab Vidhan Sabha.