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Sukhnandan to launch campaign in support of farm bills
10/1/2020 12:40:25 AM

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Jammu, Sept 20: Former Minister, Ex-MLA Marh & Chairman Panchayati Raj Cell BJP J&K UT Ch. Sukhnandan Kumar attacked Congress and other opposition parties for misleading the farmer community on new Farms bill which has recently been passed by the Parliament.
He clearly said that provision of MSP is still there and these opposition parties are be fooling the innocent farmers on its pretext. He explained that MSP is a policy not a law which was formulated by the agriculture department in 1966-67 in which MSP of near about 23 crops such as Pulses (5), Oil (7), Commercial crops (4) and Food crops (7) has been fixed and same is recommended to the govt. for its implementation& is successfully implemented by the successive govts till date.
He also asserted that as per the new Act, Contract agreement will be for the crops not for the Land and alleged that farmers are being misled otherwise. Not only this, the new Act also provides the provisions for farmers to withdraw from the contract at any time without any penalty. Further he said that in J&K the procurement Centers has been opened in the state after a long struggle by the 8 BJP MLA who were elected to the assembly that time.
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