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Questions raises on relief package for sugar industry

The farmers' association has raised many questions on the government's relief package for the sugar industry. They say that relief package has no direct involvement with the payment of sugarcane farmers. The National Farmers Labor Organization said that the benefits of the government's relief package will be to the sugar industr, which has a huge cash crunch. But farmers do not get anything from this.

It is difficult to meet sugar production because the price of sugar in the market is very low compared to the cost of production. Sugar production is 3.15 million tonnes. whereas domestic consumption of sugar is 25 million tonnes. Whereas,22000 crores of remaining due. Organizer VM Singh said that the crisis of payments of sugarcane growers is increasing year after year. It does not have any relation to the decline or increase in the Chinese values. Sugar mills and related State Governments have a viable obligation to do so within 14 days.rupees are left to the farmers on sugar mills.

Not to be able to do that the condition will have to pay 15% interest, but it is not being followed, reservation of sugarcane area and. Allocation is done by the state government in a legal way. Therefore, the state governments should take the right to pay sugarcane.

Singh was speaking here in a press conference He insisted that there should be no relation to payment of sugarcane due to lowering the value of sugar. He asked that if sugar prices are high, then the mills have paid on time. Get the money from Chinese sugar somewhere else Singh was speaking here in a press conference He insisted that there should be no relation to payment of sugarcane due to lowering the value of sugar. He asked that if sugar prices are high, then the mills have paid on time. Get the money from Chinese sugar somewhere else

 

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krishi jagran/ New Delhi


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