Bhopal: Local jute products exhibited for sale at Bina railway station

It is part of One Station One Product scheme launched by the government.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Friday, July 08, 2022, 10:31 PM IST
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Exhibition–cum-sale of jute products at Bina Railway station |

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): An exhibition-cum-sale of local products (Jute) has been set up at Bina station of Bhopal division. It will continue till July 15.

Stalls have been set up on the initiative of Prime Minister and railway minister, in order to encourage local products and trade under the ‘One Station, One Product’ scheme in Indian Railways, according to railway officials. Mahila Jan Vikas Utthan Sewa Samiti, Bina, has set up the stall.

Various jute products manufactured by local craftsmen of Bina region have been displayed for sale in this exhibition on Platform No 3. It aims to promote local products using railway premises and take local jute products of Bina region to the world.

This effort of the railways will help in developing better opportunities for enterprises related to handicrafts and handloom business and will also make the knowledge of local products available to railway passengers as well.

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