CM Bhupendra Patel from Bats for Natural Agriculture, Visits Bharat Biogas Energy Factory


Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel on Friday made the case for natural agriculture and green energy during a visit to a factory of Bharat Biogas Energy Ltd at Sundalpura in the Umreth taluka of Anand. The CM has also sought the company’s support in the Gujarat government’s upcoming initiatives to promote zero-budget and natural farming as part of the campaign launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Patel visited the factory and took a keen interest in the company’s biogas energy projects to promote natural farming and the organic mission that PM Modi has been fighting for lately as part of the ” Back to basics”. Listing four benefits of natural farming, Patel said, “Natural farming techniques not only help preserve the environment, but also conserve water. The yield from natural farming generates a higher profit. So it gives three times more benefits. Not only that. It also has a fourth advantage, that since natural farming is free of pesticides and fertilizers, it is beneficial to human health. Together with farmers, the government can help achieve the goal of natural farming, as envisioned by Prime Minister Modi.

Patel interacted with local farmers in the presence of district administration officials and BJP leaders, including Anand MP Mitesh Patel. The Chief Minister later also chaired a meeting with the directors of the company and sought their support for the natural farming projects of the Gujarat government, and appreciated the contribution of the company in the field of green energy and biological mission.

Patel also viewed a presentation made by Bharat Biogas Energy Chairman Bharat Patel on the company’s green energy projects which are in line with PM Modi’s campaigns for the Krishi Mission, Zero Budget Agriculture, cow dung farming and the benefits of biogas.


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