The National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd. (NAFED) has assured that it would strive hard to accomplish the tasks assigned by the Government to the best of its ability.
Speaking on the 64th Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of NAFED in New Delhi on September 17, Chairman Dr. Bijender Singh thanked Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and other senior officials of the Ministry for constant guidance and support from time to time and reposing confidence in NAFED by entrusting various tasks.
He assured the Government that NAFED would strive hard to accomplish the tasks assigned by the Government to the best of its ability.
Singh also extended his gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for creating a separate ‘Ministry of Cooperation’ and giving it under the ‘able and dynamic’ leadership of Home Minister Amit Shah.
“The creation of separate Ministry will not only address the issues of the Cooperative movement promptly but will also boost the cooperative sector including agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, fisheries, sugar and many more, which are directly connected to the farmers,” Singh said.
Singh said with the support of the government, NAFED is now continuing on the path of progress both financially and in providing better services to the farming community by implementing various schemes of the Government of India.
He further informed that IFFCO in coordination with NCUI, KRIBHCO, NAFED, AMUL and other cooperative institutions are organizing a “National Cooperative Conference” on September 25, 2021 in Indraprastha Indoor Stadium, New Delhi, to deliberate as to how to increase the role of cooperative sector in the overall development of the country wherein Home and Cooperation Minister, Amit Shah would be the chief guest.