The primary objective of 'Green Revolution' in India was which of the following?

Options :
  1. To increase the area of green forests under social forestry scheme.
  2. Modernisation of agriculture through science and technology.
  3. To introduce the Japanese method of paddy cultivation.
  4. To increase the extent of cash crop cultivation.

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Answer: Option 2


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