The State unit president of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh Takali Tamuk and General Secretary Ngurang Tadap attended the two day ‘Akhil Bharatiya Prabandh Samiti Baithak’ at Kurukshetra, Haryana that concluded on Sunday.
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Taking part in the discussion, the peasant leaders’ duo highlighted various issues of farmers of Arunachal Pradesh. The meeting had the participation of Kisan leaders from 28 states and union territories.
The main objective of the conference was to get together and discuss various issues confronting the farmers’ community of the country like, ‘Karz mafi’ (farm loan waiver), suicide of farmers, marketing & wholesale facility, market price of produce, warehouse facility, etc.
Tadap said he highlighted various issues of the State’s farmers including waiving of farm loans, wholesale market, market price of commodities, availability of warehouse in different parts of state, etc.
Highlighting the farmers’ problems, he referred to Arunachal Pradesh as a fruits hub and wanted that the State Govt take care of the farmers’ community. He informed that there are more than 800 farmers registered with the organisation and hoped that the State and Central governments, being governed by the same party, would solve the problems of the farmers at the earliest.