Harvesting begins in Jammu and Kashmir's Gajnisu Sector, signalling peace and stability
Harvesting begins in Jammu and Kashmir's Gajnisu Sector, signalling peace and stability (image credits google)

Jammu and Kashmir: The beginning of wheat harvesting has begun on the international border in the Gajnisu sector of Jammu. Kashmir is a real sign of peace and stability in the region. The ceasefire at the India-Pakistan border for a year has created a peaceful and safe environment in the border areas.

As per the updates, the seed multiplication farm of the Agriculture Department is located on the zero line in the area of Golpatan Chinor, around 55 far from Jammu and covers an area of more than 2,300 acres of land on each side of the Indo-Pak border fence, where people and machines are working in cooperation.


In the words of the manager of Seed Multiplication Farm named, Kuldeep Raj, in Chinor, stated that the organization had harvested the wheat crop in this field. He confirmed that the harvest is fully ready and will only take a few days to complete the process in this field.

Furthermore, he also cited that the land being harvested on both sides of the Indo-Pak border roughly covers an area of around 2,290 acres. The harvesting process works at one side of the fence first, and after its completion, it moves to the other side of the wall and harvests 280 acres with the support and supervision of the Border Security Force (BSF).

Kuldeep Raj also pointed out the significance of harvesting and cultivating land beyond the fence. He noted that the forces of both countries have agreed to the joint statement of the ceasefire on February 25.

The statement has raised the hope for a peaceful and stable future for the residents near the border area who have been living in continuous fear and environment o firing and shelling between both borders in Jammu and Kashmir.

The government of Jammu and Kashmir has been operating the Seed Multiplication Farm is registered as one of the largest seed farms in the region. The farm also produces seeds with high yielding for distribution to the farmers at the border area under the Samagra Krishi Vikas Yojana.

The crops near the borderland grows mustard, potatoes, and oats on a land of 200 acres. The harvesting process has been a peaceful practice alongside the border fences of both countries, which is a positive sign for the farmers in terms of maintaining peace and stability.



Tariq Saeed


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