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Wednesday, 24 June 2020

Modi government can take a bigger decision than that! May the debt of farmers be forgiven…

new Delhi. As you all know, due to Corona virus, there is a lot of financial crisis in the country. In such a situation, the central government is seen making many big decisions regarding farmers. The central government is busy preparing another big relief for the farmers. Let us tell you that the Modi government is considering giving a large loan waiver gift to the farmers. According to the information, the government can announce a loan waiver of up to one lakh crore rupees for the farmers. This apology will be made in several stages. According to sources, the central government will announce a loan waiver of Rs 25,000 crore for farmers in the first phase.

 This will help a lot for the farmers. Let me tell you that the farmer of the country was already upset by the lockdown that had already happened due to corona, now the grasshoppers from Pakistan have destroyed the crop in a big way in the country. At present, farmers are being killed on both sides of nature. Due to careful demand for fruits and vegetables on one hand, there has been very less. On the other hand, farmers are incurring losses even if they are sold at low prices. The prices of agricultural products have fallen 30 to 40% in the wholesale market. Onion and tomato growers have been suffering recently. In the wholesale market, onion is available for 500 rupees a quintal. Due to which the cost of farmers is not coming back. Not only this, tomatoes are also getting spoiled in the same way.

 Tomatoes are being sold in retail markets of Delhi for 10 to 15 rupees per kg. Presently, given the circumstances, the central government is going to take a decision on loan waiver in favor of farmers. The central government seems to be focused on the farmers right from the beginning. The government has set a target to double farmers' income by 2022. Recently, it was announced up to 20 lakh crore rupees under the self-reliant India campaign. In this package too, a large part was done for farmer farming and related business. In this package, an emergency working capital funding of Rs 30,000 crore was also arranged for the farmers.

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