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Amit Shah Emphasizes Commitment to Empowering Farmers & Strengthening Economies in New Role as Minister of Cooperation

Srinagar, June 11: Home Minister Amit Shah, now also the Minister of Cooperation, reaffirmed the government’s commitment to empowering farmers and bolstering both rural and national economies, in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Sahakar Se Samriddhi’ (Prosperity Through Cooperation).
In a post on X, Shah said, “The Ministry of Cooperation will continue to work towards empowering farmers and strengthening both the rural and national economies in accordance with PM Shri @narendramodi Ji’s vision of ‘Sahakar Se Samriddhi’.”
He emphasized that the government is dedicated to enhancing the cooperative sector, creating new opportunities for millions of individuals involved, and fostering significant positive changes in their lives.
Shah expressed his gratitude for assuming the responsibility of the Minister of Cooperation in the newly formed Modi 3.0 administration, highlighting the importance of the cooperative movement in driving economic and social progress across India.
The Ministry of Cooperation, established to provide a dedicated focus on cooperative efforts, aims to streamline processes, improve access to resources, and foster an environment where cooperatives can thrive and contribute significantly to India’s development.

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