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Gangtok, Mar 7 (PTI) The Sikkim government will issue an executive order to ban supply of non-organic produces from outside from March 31, Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling said today.
"We have decided to ban supply of non-organic produces from outside the state with effect from March 31 and it will be done through an executive order," Chamling informed the Assembly.
The ban on non-organic produces will not only empower the farmers of Sikkim in a big way, but will also set an example to other states to emulate organic path to livelihood, the chief minister said.
Sikkim was declared as the countrys first organic state two years ago.
"By promoting cultivation and consumption of organic produces, our people will be contributing to steps to reverse the impact of global warming and climate change in a symbolic manner," Chamling said.
He urged the civil society and the opposition parties to shed negativism and back the state governments decision to ban supply of non-organic produces from outside.
The chief ministers announcement comes over a month after the state government had withdrawn a bill proposing to ban the supply of livestock, non-organic vegetables and other produces in Sikkim from outside with effect from March 31, 2018.
The Horticulture and Cash Crop Development Department Minister Somnath Poudyal had cited technical problems behind withdrawal of the bill in January.
Later, the motion on the governors speech was passed unanimously. PTI KDK RG NN