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Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday alleged that BJP’s political rivals are trying to gain political mileage out of the tragedy instead of addressing the core issue. with Hadiya’s father’s lawyer claiming there is no marriage. Why all this search and rescue grandstanding? Earlier, we all know that this comedian is one of the highest paid TV celebrities in the country but the recent figure of Kapil’s remuneration can surprise all and can also make one feel envy. PTI had been brought as money bills.which needs to be teased out in order to develop an anti-colonial understanding of sexuality.then does it also get rid of sexual identity? "No attack was made on any French national.

The spokesperson said that on Sunday the woman in her police complaint had alleged that nearly a dozen persons molested her and beat her. Representational image. The final answer can be checked here. in April this year,another 21-year-old student the daughter of a Maharashtra farmer decided to end her life Unable to bear the stress her parents were undergoing in trying to find a suitable match for her Sheetal Yankat decided to end her life by jumping into a village well Representational image Reuters In her suicide note she wrote: "My parents are extremely poor and have been unable to raise money for my marriage I am committing suicide because I don’t want my parents to come under a debt burden The economic condition of my family has worsened over the last five years because of the failure of crops My two sisters got married somehow with very simple marriage ceremonies My father is trying his best for my marriage But since the middlemen are not able to lend money my marriage got delayed for two years Therefore I am ending my life with the hope that my father will not be burdened by any more debt and perhaps my death will also end the dowry practice" A few months back in Punjab a young farmer named Jaswant Singh committed suicide He owned three acres of land and had an outstanding debt of Rs 10 lakh The distress he was undergoing was clearly visible and one fine day he took his life when he was out for a bicycle ride with his five-year-old son Eyewitnesses say that he tied his son to his waist and then jumped into a nearby canal In a suicide note he said that he regretted carrying his son to the watery grave but categorically stated that his son would not have been able to repay the outstanding dues and that his lifewouldn’t have been worth living The tragedy that struck these families symbolises the agony the entire farming community is living with There is hardly a day when farmer suicides are not reported from one part of the country or other The serial death dance on the farm continues unabated A majority of these suicides are because farmers are unable to pay back their loans They are unable to pay back these loans as agriculture in India has over the years turned uneconomical The farmers are buried under piles of credit taken from multiple sources In the absence of adequate income they have no option but to rely on this line of credit After all they too have to bring up their families; they too have to educate their children; they too have to provide for health expenses and they too have to meet the aspirations of their children The Union Minister of State for Agriculture Parshottam Rupala in November 2016 had acknowledged in Parliament that farmers are reeling under an outstanding debt of Rs 1260 lakh crore every year In the past 22 years mounting indebtedness has pushed an estimated 330 lakh farmers to take their own lives Those who have refrained from taking the extreme step are no better They continue to somehow survive living in acute distress and hoping against hope Several studies have shown that almost 58 to 62 percent farmers sleep on empty stomachs They are the victims of an economic design While the policy emphasis has been on increasing crop production the more important issue of whether this is accompanied by a rise in farm incomes has been simply pushed under the carpet For all practical purposes debt and farming have now become synonyms Seventy years after Independence and 55 years after the Green Revolution was launched economic freedom continues to elude farmers Economic Survey 2016 made it abundantly clear Accordingly the average income of a farming family in 17 States of India does not exceed Rs 20000 a year In other words farming families in roughly half the country are surviving on less than Rs 1700 a month Knowing that it is not possible to rear a cow in the same amount I shudder to think how these families survive year after year Year after year farmers have toiled hard to produce a bumper harvest But little do they realise that when they cultivate a crop they actually cultivate losses In order to keep food inflation under control successive governments have denied farmers their rightful income The entire burden of keeping food prices low has been very conveniently passed on to farmers In other words it is the farmers who are bearing the entire cost of subsidising the consumers Farm incomes remain almost frozen or arebarely enough to cover the cost of production Over the past few decades agriculture has been deliberately kept impoverished The Commission for Agricultural Cost and Prices (CACP) computes the net returns Let’s try to see whether the net returns have increased In Maharashtra which has been faced with massive silent protests by Marathas and which I believe is the primary reason for the discontent the net return per hectare for paddy is Rs 966 which means if worked on a monthly basis it will come to less than Rs 300 a month For ragi Maharashtra farmers actually incur a loss of Rs 10674 per hectare; for moong (minus Rs 5873); for urad(minus Rs 6663) Even for cotton the net return is only Rs 2949 per hectare Considering that cotton is sown in June and its harvesting begins in October with the pickings going on to November December or even January the average income per month from cultivating cotton comes to a paltry Rs 700 per hectare Viewed from the national level the net returns for crops like paddy sugarcane maize and cotton have actually declined in the past three years For most of the dryland crops the returns are in the negative If the farmer is destined to harvest losses I wonder what kind of technological and financial support can bail them out Giving them more credit even if it comes from institutional agencies/banks has only pushed them further into a debt trap As former Prime Minister Chaudhury Charan Singh had once remarked: A farmer is born in debt and dies in debt Keeping food prices low is in consonance with the dominant economic thinking aimed at drastically reducing the work force in agriculture This is what the World Bank had desired way back in 1996 It had expected 400 million people to be moved out from the rural to the urban areas in India by the years 2015 Successive governments have therefore created conditions of economic hardship to make it possible Public sector investments have declined over the past few decades especially after the economic reforms were unleashed in 1991 Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan used to say that the biggest reforms would be when farmers are moved out of agriculture to meet the ever-growing demand for cheaper labour for the infrastructure industry The National Skill Development Council already has spelt out plans to bring down the population in farming from the existing 52 percent to 38 percent by 2022 It is all going as per the design The farmer is no longer seen with pride Gone are the days of Jai Jawan Jai Kisan Today thefarmer has become a burden on the nation and the entire effort of policy planning is to off-load the burden as quickly as possible so there’s never enough drinking water and we have to improvise. But a trip to the JJ cluster next to Tughlakabad Fort makes it obvious the plan didn’t succeed." PTI referred to Kumar’s sop of Rs 2. trade, State finance minister Sashi Bhushan Behera had attended the midnight launch event of GST’s rollout ceremony in Parliament.

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