Union Home Minister Amit Shah paid obeisance at the 12th Jyotirlinga, Baidyanath Dham temple and laid the foundation stone of Rs 300 crore nano urea plant( liquid) of the Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative( IFFCO).
This is the fifth nano urea plant in the country planned to produce and supply nano DAP to farmers in eastern India inhabited by a huge population of tribals.
As per the advertisement published by IFFCO, the plant in Deoghar will produce nano urea( liquid). Each bottle will carry 500 ml of nano urea, equal to one bag of granular urea.
“The aim is to double agricultural production and thereby double the income of farmers”, said BJP MP of Godda, Nishikant Dubey.
As per his schedule, apart from praying at Baidyanath dham temple and laying the foundation of this nano urea plant, Union Minister Shah took part in the centenary celebrations of the Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapeeth there too.
Also, Shah addressed the party BJP’s Vijay Sankalp Rally in Deoghar.It was a hugely attended rally by party men as well as people of Deoghar,a centre point town linking Santhal Pargana, Bhagalpur in Bihar and Chotanagpur in Jharkhand.
Notably, this is second visit of the Union Home Minister this year to Jharkhand ruled by the coalition comprising opposition parties - JMM, Congress and RJD- led by CM Hemant Soren.
Earlier Shah had made his visit to Jharkhand’s tribal zone of Kolhan headquarters town Chaibasa in West Singhbhum district in January this year and addressed a public rally marking the beginning of Vijay Sankalp rally ahead of 2024 General elections.
Today’s Vijay Sankalp rally and other events participated among other senior BJP leaders were the party MP Deepak Prakash and ex CM Babulal Marandi.