Fadnavis announced the Debt Waiver and said that we will have to pay the debt of the farmers to forgive the debt. Because of this, we have to cut our spending. He also appealed to all ministers and legislators to give their one month’s salary in support of the debt waiver.
The Maharashtra government has given great relief to the farmers under debt. Taking big decisions from the Maharashtra government, the announcement of the debt waiver of farmers Rs 34000 crore on Saturday. This information was given by the State Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis himself. CM Devendra Fadnavis while announcing a debt waiver of Rs. 34 thousand crore for the farmers said that we are completely forgiving the loan upto Rs. 1.5 lakhs. He also said that the farmers who have paid their loan regularly, we will give them a 25% loan return benefit. Announcing the debt waiver of 90% of the state’s farmers. The Maharashtra government’s decision will benefit the 89 lakh farmers of the state.
Fadnavis announced the debt waiver and said that the burden of farmers’ debt forgiveness will be burdened on the government. Because of this, we have to cut our spending. He also appealed to all ministers and legislators to give their one month’s salary in support of the debt waiver. Prior to Maharashtra, the governments of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh also announced debt waiver. The information about the debt forgiveness of the farmers was also given earlier by the government.
The farmers in Maharashtra are on strike from June 1 on the debt waiver. During this, cases of suicide of many farmers were also revealed. Farmers of the state have been demanding loan forgiveness for a long time. According to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data, 42% increase in farmer suicides has increased. Most cases of suicides were reported in Maharashtra. According to the NCRB report ‘Accidental Deaths and Suicide in India 2015’ released on December 30, 2016, 12,602 farmers and farm laborers committed suicide in the year 2015.
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