Chandigarh, December 12 - Haryana Cooperation Minister Dr. Banwari Lal said that the capacity of Cooperative Sugar Mill, Palwal will be increased in two phases. He said that its capacity has already been increased from 1600 to 1900 TCD and in the next phase it will be increased from 1900 TCD to 2200 TCD.

Dr. Banwari Lal informed this while addressing the farmers after the inauguration of the crushing session of the Palwal Cooperative Sugarmills for the year 2019-20 in Palwal today.

Dr. Banwari Lal said that farmers, employees and officers works as a link in the functioning of the sugarmill and the most prominent link is the farmers. Keeping this in view, directions have been given to the mill management that farmers should not face any difficulty. He said that the crushing session will go smoothly with cooperation with each other. He said that the recovery in Palwal co-operative sugarmills was 10.61 percent last time, which is appreciable.

He urged the farmers to bring their sugarcane properly cleaned in the mill. The Cooperation Minister also assured to consider the demand made by the employee organization sympathetically. He informed that the state government is actively considering setting up ethanol plant in all cooperative sugarmills and generating energy from the waste of the mills.

Earlier, MLA, Palwal Mr Deepak Mangla welcomed the Cooperation Minister at the inauguration of crushing season for the year 2019-20. He apprised the Minister about various demands of the farmers.

MLA, Hathin Mr Praveen Dagar said that on the initiative of Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal, the sugar mill of Palwal will operate with increased capacity, which will benefit the farmers of the area.