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Early solution to farmers� problems demanded

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DUNI, May 7 � Krishak Adhikar Suraksha Samiti, Darrang unit has asked the government to undertake a few new schemes for the welfare of the farmers of the State who have been suffering from a lot of problems particularly in economic aspects and their field of work.

Addressing a press conference at Duni Swahid Bhavan recently, Harmohan Deka, secretary of the farmers� union expressed his suspicion that many real poor farmers had remained deprived of KCC loans as some persons from other fields got them. Mentioning the present status of agricultural land of the State, Deka said that the number of brick industries have been increasing day by day in every nook and corner of the State. He asked the State Government not to allow anybody to establish a brick industry in agricultural land. According to him, poor farmers will lose their main earning source, if this practice goes on without any restriction in the future.

Their demands included setting up of small irrigation projects in all villages, free distribution of certified seeds, job reservation in Agriculture department for candidates having agricultural background, special treatment package for the farmers etc.

Kamaleswar Barkakoti, president of the Suraksha Samiti and Gayatri Baruah, assistant publicity secretary of Nari Adhikar Suraksha Samiti, Asom also addressed the press conference and demanded early solution of all fundamental problems being faced by the farmers of the State.

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Early solution to farmers� problems demanded

DUNI, May 7 � Krishak Adhikar Suraksha Samiti, Darrang unit has asked the government to undertake a few new schemes for the welfare of the farmers of the State who have been suffering from a lot of problems particularly in economic aspects and their field of work.

Addressing a press conference at Duni Swahid Bhavan recently, Harmohan Deka, secretary of the farmers� union expressed his suspicion that many real poor farmers had remained deprived of KCC loans as some persons from other fields got them. Mentioning the present status of agricultural land of the State, Deka said that the number of brick industries have been increasing day by day in every nook and corner of the State. He asked the State Government not to allow anybody to establish a brick industry in agricultural land. According to him, poor farmers will lose their main earning source, if this practice goes on without any restriction in the future.

Their demands included setting up of small irrigation projects in all villages, free distribution of certified seeds, job reservation in Agriculture department for candidates having agricultural background, special treatment package for the farmers etc.

Kamaleswar Barkakoti, president of the Suraksha Samiti and Gayatri Baruah, assistant publicity secretary of Nari Adhikar Suraksha Samiti, Asom also addressed the press conference and demanded early solution of all fundamental problems being faced by the farmers of the State.

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