NEW DELHI : According to the Central Government, 417 markets of 13 states have been integrated with the E-National Agricultural Market (E-NAM) by March 2017. Whereas till date, the government had set a target of 400 markets. Uttar Pradesh is top of this list, where most of the mandis have been integrated with the e-national agricultural market.
In reply to a question in Upper House on Friday, The Minister of State for Agriculture & Farmers Welfare Parshottam Rupala told, that as per the approved e-NAM Scheme, 585 regulated mandis across the country are to be integrated with the portal by March, 2018. He said, 417 markets from 13 states have been integrated with e-National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) against the set target of 400 markets by March, 2017.
This includes 66 in Utter Pradesh, 58 in Madhya Pradesh, 54 in Hariyana,44 in Telangana and Maharashtra, 40 in Gujarat, 25 in Rajasthan, 22 in Andhra Pradesh, 17 in Himachal Pradesh, 14 in Chhattisgarh.