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Farmer’s Crises Getting Soar


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Now-a-days, India is facing many problems, especially terrorism, Poverty, unemployment but there are many more issues which we are related to farmers i.e. farmers debt. After green revolution the income of farmers has been increased but the expenses of farming has also increased. Now the condition is getting worst when we see the farmers are committing suicides in different parts of the country. According to report of National crime record Bureau (NCRB) in 2015 about 12,602 farmers and farm labourers committed suicide in India. The average per day is 34 persons which is very shameful for Agricultural country like India. According to report given by NABARD in 2015-16, co-operative bank, RRB’s and Commercial banks provide 877,224 crore of loan to farmers. Also millions of kisan Credit Card were issued by banks. But the question raises that why farmer is still not stable economically.
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Jagjeet Singh Gill
University Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Chandigarh University, Mohali (Punjab), India

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Now-a-days, India is facing many problems, especially terrorism, Poverty, unemployment but there are many more issues which we are related to farmers i.e. farmers debt. After green revolution the income of farmers has been increased but the expenses of farming has also increased. Now the condition is getting worst when we see the farmers are committing suicides in different parts of the country. According to report of National crime record Bureau (NCRB) in 2015 about 12,602 farmers and farm labourers committed suicide in India. The average per day is 34 persons which is very shameful for Agricultural country like India. According to report given by NABARD in 2015-16, co-operative bank, RRB’s and Commercial banks provide 877,224 crore of loan to farmers. Also millions of kisan Credit Card were issued by banks. But the question raises that why farmer is still not stable economically.