Muzaffarnagar. At the meeting of the Departmental Committee for the Implementation of Sugarcane, the necessary instructions were given to the sugar mills and interested departmental officials.
At the meeting held this Tuesday, progress was made in the crushing of sugar cane in five sugar mills in the districts of Khatauli, Mansoorpur, Titawi, Rohanakala and Morna. In the current milling 2021-22, availability of supply-milling of standing cane in the areas of mills related to the district, possible completion of mills, fortnightly transfer of scales, to be paid in mills, payment and balance of cane price evolution contribution, etc. There was discussion.
At the meeting of the Cane Departmental Implementation Committee, in the meeting held in the meeting room of the Cane District Officer Dr. RD Dwivedi, the representatives of the sugar mills and the senior cane departmental inspectors and the secretary in charge received clear instructions by the Official Cane District that the supply of sugar cane available with the sugar mills should be extended only after purchase and crushing.
The district’s Bhaisana, Khaikhedi and Tikola sugar mills have closed their respective crushing seasons and crushing work continues in the other five Khatauli, Mansoorpur, Titawi, Rohanakala and Morna. To date, the sugar mills in the district have procured and crushed 963 lakh quintals of sugarcane. After the review at the meeting, the sugar mills said about 17 lakh quintals of sugarcane quantity available. In which 8 lakh cwt will be available in Khatauli, 2.50 lakh cwt in Mansoorpur, 3.50 lakh cwt in Titawi, 3.00 lakh cwt in Morna and 0.100 lakh cwt in Rohana.
In view of the possible amount of supplyable sugarcane thus available, Sugar Mills Rohanakala on May 18, Titavi and Mansoorpur on May 22, Khatauli on May 25 and Chini Mill Morna on May 28 ended up buying and crushing supplyable sugar cane from their respective mill areas. These are the tentative dates for the extension of the respective sugar mills, which may change depending on the possible availability of sugar cane. A call is made to the peasant brothers to supply the crushable cane that they have available to the respective sugar mills in a departmental manner. Present at this meeting were the general manager of all the sugar mills, all the senior sugarcane development inspectors, and the secretary in charge of the sugarcane companies.