Why did cooperatives jump by 23 percent in 10 years?

Why did cooperatives jump by 23 percent in 10 years?

Gandhinagar: Co-operative societies in Gujarat have increased by 4.5% in one year. In particular, other non-credit societies have increased by more than 35 percent. A total of 3428 congregations have risen, with other non-credit societies increasing as well. After the BJP has taken over most of the societies, banks, dairies and APMCs in the co-operative sector of Gujarat, the area has now begun to wane. Co-operative societies are expanding. So that it can be captured politically. Like China, the Gujarat BJP is now infiltrating the co-operative sector.

When 200 farmers were studied in 2019, it was revealed that 60% of the farmers were marginal. Medium farmers are 28 percent and large farmers are 11 percent. Small farmers spend 37 percent of their education on human capital and 63 percent of their spending on health, while large farmers spend 75 percent on education. 25 percent of health is back.

Thus, the farmers spend an average of 45 per cent in education and 55 per cent in health. In which these churches are helpful.

Fruit and Vegetable Production-Conversion Cooperative Society, Rs. I, Community Farming Societies, Peyat Co-operative Societies, Narmada Peet Co-operative Societies, Industrial Co-operative Societies, Tobacco Manufacturers Co-operative Societies, Gopalak Vs. Co-operative Societies, Savings Credit and Citizens Bonds, Credit Employees Credit Salary, Seed Product Sales / Conversion Co-operative Societies,

Cotton sail, ginning-pressing societies, buying associations, poultry farming societies, fisheries, super-vending unions, sugar factories, vegetable and fruit growing societies, oilseeds producers, cattle breeding boards The numbers and prevalence are on the rise.

There were 62,342 co-operative societies in 2007-08. In 2009-10 it was 64,835. In 2016-17, it increased to 75,967 and now to 79395. The co-operation is projected to increase to 80,000 in 2020. Over 15,000 cooperatives have grown in the last 10 years. An increase of 23 percent. The people of Gujarat are once again turning to co-operative societies and strengthening co-operatives.