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Farmers have been attracted to sugarcane cultivation after preparations for the operation of a sugar mill in Bardia's Rajapur have been completed.
Rajapur Sugar and Chemicals Industries Pvt Ltd has started preparations for the operation of a sugarcane mill in Rajapur municipality-5 Badalpur.
After knowing that the sugarcane mill will be operated, the farmers have started to expand sugarcane cultivation.
Dhansingh Saud of Tikapur in Kailali said that he started sugarcane farming after the sugar mill came into operation.
"We have started sugarcane cultivation in coordination with the mill operator," he says, "If the mill is operational, there is a plan to expand sugarcane cultivation."
Yagya Bahadur Oli, managing director of Rajapur Sugar and Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. said that work is underway to operate the mill next year.
"We have requested the farmers to cultivate sugarcane", he said, "Along with sugarcane production, mill operations are also being done."
The company has started working by purchasing 20 bighas of land.
The company estimates that it will cost more than two billion rupees to operate the mill.
Director Oli says that 5,000 to 6,000 bigha of sugarcane cultivation is required to fully operate the mill.
More than 500 people who come into operation of the mill will get direct employment.
Farmers who are worried about the poor yield of other crops due to floods and inundation have become hopeful that sugar mills will not make their crops barren.
"There is no production in sandy soil. During the rainy season, the flood also destroys the planted crops", said Dharmachandra Chaudhary of Rajapur-8.
Another farmer, Surendra Choudhary, said that if the sugar mill is opened in Rajapur, not only the farmers of Bardia but also Kailalica can benefit.