Talking about bee farming, the PM said that we need to adopt different methods of farming. He said that I want farmers all over the country to be involved in bee keeping, because there is a lot of demand for honey all over the world.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) today addressed the 75th edition of his monthly radio program “Mann Ki Baat”. Addressing the country in the 75th episode, the Prime Minister said that last year India’s “Janata curfew” became an inspiration for the whole world as it was an “extraordinary example of discipline”.
He said that we showed our love and respect for Corona-Warriors through Janata curfew. At that time we were working hard to get the Corona vaccine and today we are running the biggest vaccination campaign in the world.
Promotion of bee farming
While talking about bee farming, the PM said that we need to adopt different methods of farming. He said that I want farmers all over the country to be involved in bee keeping, because there is a lot of demand for honey in the whole world and this demand is increasing. The Prime Minister said, “Many people are now engaged in beekeeping. The people of Gurdum village, Darjeeling have done beekeeping and today there is a significant demand for their honey crop. Their income is also increasing due to this. They are helping India’s self-reliance campaign. “
PMO official account tweet share
Apart from this, a tweet has also been shared from the PMO’s official account, in which the Center has tried to motivate farmers to raise bees, stating the importance of bee farming. In that tweet it is written, “Newness, modernity, compulsory in every field in life, otherwise it becomes a burden for us sometimes. Modernity is the need of the hour in India’s agricultural world. it’s so late. We have lost the old time. In order to create new employment opportunities in the agriculture sector, it is necessary to adopt new options along with traditional agriculture to increase the income of farmers.
– PMO India (@PMOIndia) March 28, 2021