World fisheries day

‘Govt committed to boost Blue Revolution’

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, November 24

To promote the fish farming among the peasantry, the Department of Fisheries observed the World Fisheries Day. Director, fisheries, (retd) Nirmal Singh was the chief guest on the occasion

Sandeep Vashishth, Assistant Director, Fisheries, said the Fisheries Department had been making relentless efforts to promote fish farming among farmers so that they could enhance their income.

He said the state government was committed to unleashing the Blue Revolution and the department was holding sensitisation camps in villages, so that more and more farmers can adopt fish farming.

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