Capt Amarinder reaches out to farmers in Fazilka

Amarinder had reached here to see the damage to cotton crop caused by the white fly pest, when the farmers made a beeline to narrate their woes.

Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Updated: September 18, 2015 8:44:15 am
captain amarinder, bjp, sad, shiromani akali dal, farmers, punjab farmers, chandigarh news Amarinder with CLP leader Sunil Jakhar at Abohar. (Source: Express Photo)

Amritsar MP and senior Congress leader Capt Amarinder Singh on Thursday listened to a slew of complaints from farmers of 40 villages in Abohar and Ballauna constituencies of Fazilka district, with whom he had an informal interaction at Maujgarh village in Abohar.

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Amarinder had reached here to see the damage to cotton crop caused by the white fly pest, when the farmers made a beeline to narrate their woes. Farmers stated that while the damaged crop had no weight (because no flowering had occurred), the early varieties that had reached the markets were also not getting renumerative prices.

“Cotton crop has neither weight nor rates. Farmers are in distress and CM is indifferent to everything,” said CLP leader and Fazilka MLA Sunil Jakhar said.

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