Bharatiya Kisan Sangh to launch stir on June 15
The Bharatiya Kisan Sangh will launch an indefinite agitation from June 15 at all divisional headquarters of Rajasthan demanding solution to the long- pending demands of state farmers and starting work on the Mahi project.
The Sangh also submitted a memorandum to the divisional commissioner addressed to the chief minister.
Terming the government "anti-farmer" and "anti- agriculture", farmer leader Ratan Lal Daga said the government was "responsible" for farmers not getting the right price of their produce.
He said the farmers were not getting even the input cost .
"We have been demanding determination of a suitable price of all the crops since long but the government indifference is leaving the farmers with no alternative but to sell their produce in the market at a very low price," said Daga.