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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prasadbbabu
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Postby prasadbbabu » December 26th, 2006, 2:26 am

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 3:34 pm
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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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Stalinist
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Postby Stalinist » April 7th, 2007, 7:46 pm

There is solution for the problem of peasants suicides. Read this article: http://articles.socialist.in/PDFs/neo-liberal_1.pdf Politicians who neglect agricultural sector and concentrate more on service sector are only responsible for suicides of farmers.
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sreenageshu
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Re: Best way for stopping suicides of farmers?

Postby sreenageshu » March 5th, 2008, 10:59 am

statesman wrote:It has become a fashion now a days to threaten the official machinery that unless their demands are acepted they would commit suicide. In east godvari, kakinada, some family members came to collector office started threatening the collector that they would commit suicide, colletor promptly called police and handed them over to send them to jail.


I would still doubt your statement. I feel that suicide is an inner helpless call from a helpless soul. When nobody hears to you then it doesnt seem meaningful to live.
It is good that collector called police promplty otherwise you cant wait to see whether they will commit suicide really or not.

dingting
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Postby dingting » March 13th, 2008, 5:41 pm

Well I think first of all we need to improve the existing tanks,then repair the minor irrigation projects and then go to Major irrigation projects.

Directly jumping to majpr projects without solving the minor irrigation and existing tank will again cause the problems.

Waving loans will not solve the problem. How many times can you do this and who will pay the amount to banks??This is like in SSC exam if 35 is qualifying mark and 1000 students got 33 then decrease the pass mark to 33 instead of 35 so that all 1000 will pass.

I think good seeds(kalati vitanalu asallu market lo dorakunda cheyali), good fertilizers and quality power(no need of free power) if given to farmers then they can do magic.

I totally don't agree people saying "Chandrababu was wrong when he said farmers commited suicide to get the compensation benefit". He was right to some extent. Farmers did that. I don't say everyone did that but for every 5 farmers 1 was like this.

This was my opinion.People may /may not agree.


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