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visuals from Ludhiana #Punjab: Thick layer of #smog blankets Ludhiana (Early morning visuals) pictwittercom/3e3joev0fQ — ANI (@ANI) November 9 2017 9:30 am:Even after a severe dip in the air-quality burning of paddy stubble in Haryana continues The visuals below are from Haryana’s Rohtak area Stubble burning in #Haryana continues even as pollution levels rise in the region and neighboring states: Visuals from #Rohtak pictwittercom/nQDwv6Cpo1 — ANI (@ANI) November 9 2017 9:11 am:Stubble burning in Haryana continues even as pollution levels rise in the region and neighbouring states 9:00 am:41 trains arrived late in Delhi area due to fog/smog conditions nine rescheduled and 10 cancelled 8:45 am: Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh at 799 Dwarka 388 Shadipur 362 Anand Vihar 515 in Air Quality Index; all fall in the ‘Hazardous’ category For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Avinash Nair JIGAR JOSHI | Kheda (ahmedabad) | Updated: November 18 2016 11:47 am Most of the dairy farming accounts are in the names of women some of whom are farmers themselves Top News Three days before the demonetisation announcement the Gujarat government is learnt to have put out a circular mandating all monetary transactions by dairies through bank transfers Now the dairies are citing this very circular dated November 5 2016 to push dairy farmers and customers to open bank accounts WATCH VIDEO:Big Relief For Farmers Families Celebrating Weddings: Find Out More The Indian Express has a copy of a circular dated November 12 2016 issued by the Banaskantha District Co-operative Milk Producers Union (BDCMPU) Palanpur asking all milk collection centres and unions to deposit dues in bank accounts by Wednesday and that all buyers pay the unions by cheque Citing the Gujarat government circular of November 5 2016 the dairy union circular stated “All those consumers/milk producers who have not opened accounts should with immediate effect open accounts at the nearest bank branch in the village and operate it for settling milk dues” Most dairy farmers attached to Banas Dairy get their dues in two instalments in a month and on November 16 they were due for their first instalment of the current month Rajabhai Prajapati 32 a resident of Nani Gharnal village of Banaskantha’s Deesa taluka has six bigha of land besides two buffaloes and a cow He gets paid Rs 12000 per month for the milk in two instalments the last of which he received on October 27 which is nearly exhausted “We have no money to grist the grain to buy groceries or seeds and fertiliser No one is accepting the old currency notes I have” said Prajapati who has a five-member family They had queued up at Dena Bank’s Bhildi branch for exchange from 8 am to 4 pm on Wednesday but the bank closed before their turn Branch Manager at Dena Bank’s Bhildi Branch Ashutoshkumar Anand said: “Rush from the rural areas is tremendous here People are protesting when they get notes of high denomination (Rs 2000 bills) We have limited stock of lower denomination notes” WATCH VIDEO:Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Rules Out Roll Back Of Demonetisation Move Asked about payment of dues to dairy farmers Anand said “Those customers who have bank accounts will get it by bank transfer I will send a BC (business correspondent) to collect the account numbers and will transfer the amount in those accounts” And for those dairy customers who don’t have accounts he said on Wednesday that he would send BC to the villages for opening new accounts “which may take one or two days” Gujarat Minister for Health and Family Welfare Shankar Chaudhary also chairman of Banas Dairy confirmed that his government had put out a circular to turn all transactions on milk to the bank “We did it so that the money goes directly into the accounts of the women” said Chaudhary Most of the dairy farming accounts are in the names of women some of whom are also farmers themselves Seventy-year-old Ravji Chavda a small-scale milk-producer who sells two litre of milk daily to the country’s biggest dairy brand Amul is struggling for make ends meet after a local milk-cooperative society at his village Dhundi in Kheda district delayed weekly cash-payment Short on money Chavda is among the sizeable 40 per cent of milk-producers in Gujarat who currently do not have a bank account “Farmers like us hardly have any old denomination currency to exchange I am borrowing money on credit for our daily needs I have a son who is fighting cancer and I have been using the money from sale of milk to run the daily expenses” said Chavda lying on a wooden cot parked in a corner of his thatched hut a space that is usually occupied by the lone buffalo that his family owns in a village of 200 milk-producing farmers Chavda is one of the 36 lakh milk-producing farmers in Gujarat who make up the dairy cooperatives at the village-level R S Sodhi managing director of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) the umbrella body that owns Amul said “On an average in a week we pay Rs 450 crore to milk producers in Gujarat Before the demonetisation 99 per cent of this amount used to be dispensed in cash This was done because secretaries and the other office-bearers of village-level cooperative societies preferred to deal in cash Now they are being forced to pay through bank accounts” Banas Dairy with 1250 village-level milk cooperative societies having around 32 lakh farmers is the largest of the 18 dairies under GCMMF supplying 45 million litre milk per day “Currently only 50-60 per cent of the farmers have bank accounts… The big farmers are being given money through their respective accounts The smaller farmers do not have bank accounts and so we are helping them open one There is definitely a handicap in paying the farmers as on an average each milk-cooperative society has to be paid around Rs 2-25 lakh every week” Sodhi said Amul daily procures nearly 17 million litre milk from 18545 milk cooperative societies in villages Stopping of cash payment has started to hurt smaller milk producers like Laxman Chavda who is forced to buy vegetables on credit from a grocer in Dhundi where the nearest bank is five kilometer from Thasra town “For the past 10 days we have not received any payment We have been asked to furnish identification documents for opening accounts It appears that it will take a while before the money finally reaches me” said Laxman The big farmers with more livestock are taking it easy Around 10-km from Dhundi in Haripura village dairy farmer Diptesh Patel has 80 cows and supplies 500-600 litres of milk to Amul “I do not face any problem with regards to payment for milk I supply directly to Amul and they credit my account on a weekly basis” said Patel whose employs 10 labourers to run and manage his farm The situation is similar at Thamna village in neighbouring Anand district that houses 300 farmers who produce 3000 litre milk daily “I am not sure how many farmers connected with my village’s milk-cooperative society have bank accounts Our cash transaction is about Rs 5 lakh in every five days Now we are not able to pay the farmers in cash anymore” said Vipul Patel head of the milk cooperative society in Thamna that has just one bank Bavabhai Desai 40 a farmer at Chatra village in Bhabhar taluka who owns two cows and five buffaloes relies completely on Banas Dairy payments He deposited his last payment which was in de-circulated currency in a bank near the village and is yet to receive the cash “The bank is 13 km away and I went twice but could not withdraw because the bank and ATMs ran out of cash” said Desai “The dairy secretary told me that cash payments would be possible only after December 1 and offered to give a cheque if there was urgency But things are critical right now without the payment being realised” Prakashbhai Chaudhary supervisor of Banas Dairy said “Banas Dairy transfers the dues to the bank accounts of respective dairies The dairy secretary has to withdraw money from the accounts and pay the customers However due to the demonetisation the secretary can withdraw only Rs 24000 a week” Kanjibhai Korat assistant general manager milk department Banas Dairy said as per the circular they had credited the amount in the respective dairy’s bank account “Those who don’t have an account should get one opened Dairies will pay the rest of the customers in cash” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | United Nations | Published: October 7 2016 1:41 pm India continues to keep under review the Arms Trade Treaty from the perspective of its defence security and foreign policy interests Top News India has said there is needfor the international community to stand united against thosewhose persistent violations increase nuclear threat andproliferation risks and exercise “utmost vigilance” againstterrorist groups gaining access to weapons of massdestruction? 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