On Thursday, before the commencement of the session 2021-22 in the Bijnor unit of Web Sugar Industry Pvt Ltd, Pandit Amrish Kumar Sharma performed boiler worship and entered the boiler fire. The chief guest in the program was General Manager Technical Praveen Sharma and Chief Principal Manager Ravidra Shukla. On this occasion, sugar mill's general manager Rahul Chaudhary, general manager production Kapil Sharma, finance manager Ashok Hooda, boiler manager Solanki, administrative officers AK Singh, Raj Vivek Gupta, Rajkumar Chaudhary, and the staff of the sugar mill were present. After the Ardas of Giani ji, fire was entered in both the boilers. The new Chief Principal Manager of the mill, Ravindra Shukla informed that the entire sugarcane price of the last crushing season 2020-21 has been transferred to the accounts of farmers by the mill to pay 12692.77 lakhs.
Boiler worship was done on Thursday at Dhampur Sugar Mill, Dhampur. With this, preparations for the new crushing season have started. The mill officials extended their best wishes to all the employees and workers and asked them to get ready for the crushing season.
On Thursday, Pandit Shivaansh Badoni performed boiler worship with Vedic chanting in the sugar mill premises. Worship was completed by offering sacrifice in Havan-Yagna. After the worship, the officials started by entering the fire in the boiler. During this, officers and employees of engineering, sugarcane and all other departments were present. Later Prasad was distributed to all. Officials said that after the commissioning of the boiler, the trial of sugar plant, machinery and other equipment has also been started, with this the preparations for the upcoming crushing season have been started in full swing. Milling can start in the first week of November. During this, MR Khan, Vijay Gupta, Omvir Singh, Manoj Chauhan, Sudarshan Kumar, Ujjwal Singh, Mukesh Kashyap, Jitendra Gupta, Satyaveer Singh, Haroon Khan, Dr. Pankaj Srivastava, Anil Sharma, Vikas Agarwal, Vijay Gupta, Samarpal Singh, Sanjay Tyagi etc. were present.