Lathi for farmers, corrupts enjoy farmers' loan waiver money| Ghanti Bajao

22 Aug 2019 11:30 PM

Lathi for farmers, corrupts enjoy farmers' loan waiver money| Ghanti Bajao

Updated 22 Aug 2019 11:30 PM

In this exclusive story, watch how money which are meant for farmers goes in the pockets corrupts. The first story is from Rajasthan's Churu.
In April 2018, the Rajasthan government announced that the Rajasthan State Cooperative Marketing Federation, or RAJFED, would procure garlic under a central government’s Market Intervention Scheme—a support scheme for the procurement of agricultural products for which a minimum support price is not fixed. RAJFED proposed to buy 15 lakh metric tonnes of garlic from farmers at a fixed price of Rs 3,257 per quintal, but it was only applicable for garlic wider than 25 millimetres.

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