New Delhi [India], Sep 14 (ANI): Sri Lanka is exploring possibilities for mutual development in the agriculture and livestock sectors in Haryana, in particular the Murrah buffalo which produces a large amount of milk.
Given the possibilities for mutual development and trade in the agriculture and livestock sectors, Sathasivam Viyalendran, Sri Lankan Minister of State for Rural Development backlogged, and Senthil Thondaman, Coordinating Secretary to the Prime Minister from Sri Lanka met with Haryana Minister of Agriculture Jai Parkash. Dalal to Haryana Bhawan in New Delhi, a Haryana government statement said on Monday.
Delegations from Sri Lanka and Haryana will also visit their respective regions given the enormous potential for mutual development in the agricultural sector, especially in the livestock sector, the statement said.
During the meeting, Dalal discussed the agricultural sector, agricultural research, agricultural techniques, e-mandi, agricultural marketing, horticultural centers of excellence, animal husbandry, especially buffalo. Murrah breed with maximum milking capacity, dairy plants and the like.
Sri Lanka’s backward Minister of State for Rural Development said in his statement that he was overwhelmed by the development of Haryana’s agriculture and livestock sector. (ANI)