Best way for stopping suicides of farmers?

After the new YSR Government came to power, the number of farmer suicides are increasing.

Do you have any proposal to keep this problem on hold?

Which is the best way for stopping suicides of farmers?

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Surya Kala Chennamaneni
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Postby Surya Kala Chennamaneni » April 21st, 2005, 3:34 pm

TSudharsanReddy wrote:TDP leaders said that farmers are committting suicides for money and BJP leaders said that farmers are committing suicides by food congestion. Now these leaders are shamelessly flowing crocodile tears on farmers problems.

How many people will believe their crocodile tears?

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Postby Maoist » May 2nd, 2005, 9:26 pm

Close all the aqua farms and use canal water only for agriculture. Aqua farms are also reason for suicides of farmers.
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Postby Guest » May 12th, 2005, 9:36 am

And also ignore the policies of world bank. Pro America world bank policies effect every productive sector in our country including agriculture.

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Postby mandangi » October 6th, 2005, 7:52 pm

Some public sector companies like Cotton Corporation of India are paying good market price to farmers. World bank ordered YSR to permit MNCs to purchase agricultural produces from Andhra Pradesh farmers. They also ordered government to reduce the domination of public sector companies in agricultural marketing. Farmers will loose adequate market price for their produces if domination of public sector companies is reduced.
In India rich people become more rich and poor people become more poor. Because our politicians are following pro capitalistic policies.
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