Pak-China alliance completed 100 acres of experimentation Chilli Project

Pak-China alliance completed 100 acres of experimentation Chilli Project

CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) chairman Asim Saleem Bajwa took to his official Twitter account on Sunday and tweeted that an experimentation Chilli farming project consisting of 100 acres of land has been completed. This project was headed by the Pakistan-China Condiments Industry Alliance (PCCIA) successfully. This initiative seeks to modernize the agricultural sector of Pakistan also by providing new seeds to enhance crop yield. Farmers and farm laborers will be provided with training for skill development as well as for processing and export of the crop yield. A video shared by Mr. Bajwa explained the agricultural project under this alliance and the vision that was formed by PCCIA. Mr. Bajwa also mentioned that in the next phase of this project, 3,000 acres of land will be cultivated. 

Pak-China alliance completed 100 acres of experimentation Chilli Project
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Pak-China ittehad ne 100 acre per mushtamil tajurbati Mirchon ka project mukammal kar lia

CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) ke chairman Asim Saleem Bajwa ne apnay official Twitter account ke zariye Sunday ko aik tweet ki aur btaya ke 100 acres per mushtamil mircon ki farming ka tajurbati project complete kar lia gya hai. Iss project ki kamyaab sarkardagi Pakistan-China Condiments Industry Alliance (PCCIA) ne ki. Iss initiative ke tehat Pakistan ke zarayee sector ko nayi zada padawaar denay wali seeds de ke modernize kia jae ga. Kisanon aur zarayee mazdoroon ko training bhi faraham ki jae gi ta ke un ki skills ko develop kia ja sakay aur sath hi sath unhain zarayee padawaar ko process karnay aur export karnay ki bhi training di jae gi. Mr. Bajwa ne aik video share ki jis main iss ittehad ke tehat honay walay agricultural project ko explain kia gya aur PCCIA ka banaya hua vision bhi share kia gya. Mr. Bajwa ne ye bhi btaya ke iss project ke aglay phase main 3000 acres per mushtamil zameen per kasht-kaari ki jae gi.