Minimum Support Price Msp


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  • Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait On PM Modi's Remarks In Parliament On Farm Laws

    Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait On PM Modi's Remarks In Parliament On Farm Laws

    Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said business over hunger will not be allowed in the country and once again demanded a law on minimum support price (MSP) for crops along with the repeal of new contentious agri-marketing laws.

  • Rs 16.5 Lakh Crore Agricultural Credit Target This Year: Finance Minister

    Rs 16.5 Lakh Crore Agricultural Credit Target This Year: Finance Minister

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today dedicated a significant part of Budget 2021 to announcements on agriculture, in the middle of a massive protest by farmers against three central laws that they believe will deprive them of Minimum Support Price (MSP).

  • Prices Down 50%, Forced To Sell Crops Below MSP: Farm Union Leaders

    Prices Down 50%, Forced To Sell Crops Below MSP: Farm Union Leaders

    As farmers' protest against three new farm laws continues, union leaders on Wednesday said farmers in some parts of the country are being forced to sell crops, including paddy below the Minimum Support Price (MSP) as market rates have fallen, and asserted that the agitation will continue till the government agrees to their demands.

  • "Will Quit If Anyone Tries To Abolish Minimum Crop Price": Manohar Lal Khattar

    "Will Quit If Anyone Tries To Abolish Minimum Crop Price": Manohar Lal Khattar

    In an attempt to reassure the farmers, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, on Sunday said that if someone tries to abolish Minimum Support Price (MSP) then he will leave politics.

  • Farmers' Protest Highlights: Farmers Observe Prayer Meets For Those Who Died During Protest

    Farmers' Protest Highlights: Farmers Observe Prayer Meets For Those Who Died During Protest

    Farmers protesting against the three agri laws have threatened to block Ghazipur border between Uttar Pradesh and the national capital today. The warning to intensify protests comes amid assurances from the government on the minimum support price (MSP) for their agricultural produce, a concern repeatedly raised by the farmers. Prime Minister Narend...

  • UP-Delhi Border Partially Shut Amid Farm Protests:10 Points

    UP-Delhi Border Partially Shut Amid Farm Protests:10 Points

    As protests against the centre's contentious agricultural laws near Delhi borders entered their 25th day, demonstrators paid tributes to those who've lost lives at the protest sites. The Delhi-UP border is partially shut as the agitation intensifies amid assurances from the government on the minimum support price (MSP) for their agricultural produc...

  • "Talk That Minimum Crop Price Will Go Biggest Lie Ever": 5 Big PM Quotes

    "Talk That Minimum Crop Price Will Go Biggest Lie Ever": 5 Big PM Quotes

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today emphasised that the system of Minimum Support Price (MSP) will stay, as he strongly defended new farm laws that have provoked massive farmer protests near Delhi. PM Modi also accused the opposition of betraying and misleading farmers and supporting the protests to promote their own agenda.

  • Will Quit If No Minimum Price For Farmers: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister

    Will Quit If No Minimum Price For Farmers: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister

    Haryana's Deputy Chief Minister, Dushyant Chautala, a key BJP ally, on Friday promised to resign from his post if he is unable to secure the minimum support price (MSP) guarantee for farmers

  • Centre Asks Farmers To Consider Proposal On Farm Laws, End Protests

    Centre Asks Farmers To Consider Proposal On Farm Laws, End Protests

    A day after protesting farmers rejected the government's offer for a written assurance on Minimum Support Price (MSP) and amend few provisions in the new farm laws, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has urged union leaders to consider the proposals and said he is ready for further discussions with them.

  • "Our Duty To Back Farmers Who Feed Nation": Rahul Gandhi Attacks Centre

    "Our Duty To Back Farmers Who Feed Nation": Rahul Gandhi Attacks Centre

    Ahead of the third round of talks between the BJP-led central government and farmers' representatives, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi called on all Indians to support their demand for a complete rollback of three contentious agricultural laws.

  • How Government Plans To Bring Protesting Farmers Around

    How Government Plans To Bring Protesting Farmers Around

    The government, in talks with farmers protesting new laws that they say will severely hit their earnings, may have to make a big gesture on Minimum Support Prices (MSP) for the massive protests raging around Delhi to end.

  • "So Add A Line": BJP's Haryana Ally To Centre On Farmers' Key Demand

    "So Add A Line": BJP's Haryana Ally To Centre On Farmers' Key Demand

    The government should give a written assurance to farmers that the Minimum Support Price (MSP) system will continue, the ruling BJP's Haryana ally has said amid protests against new farm laws that show no signs of ending soon.

  • Centre Must Reassure Farmers, Abolishing Government Mandis Helped Bihar: Nitish Kumar

    Centre Must Reassure Farmers, Abolishing Government <i>Mandis</i> Helped Bihar: Nitish Kumar

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said the Central government should allay the protesting farmers' fears over minimum support price (MSP), citing his own state's experience of increased procurement since abolishing the Agriculture Produces Market Committee (APMC) mandis in 2006.

  • Punjab Farmers Sold More Paddy At Higher Price Than Last Year: Minister

    Punjab Farmers Sold More Paddy At Higher Price Than Last Year: Minister

    Compared to last year, Punjab's farmers sold more paddy in the market this year, and at a higher minimum support price (MSP), Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Monday, and urged the farmers not to "misunderstand" the newly enacted farm laws.

  • Denied Fair Price In Market, MP Farmers Use Vegetables As Cattle Fodder

    Denied Fair Price In Market, MP Farmers Use Vegetables As Cattle Fodder

    Amid protests for continued government procurement at a pre-determined minimum price (MSP) and repeal of three recently passed agricultural laws, farmers in Madhya Pradesh have alleged exploitation by middlemen, and now demand an MSP for vegetables.

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  • Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait On PM Modi's Remarks In Parliament On Farm Laws

    Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait On PM Modi's Remarks In Parliament On Farm Laws

    Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said business over hunger will not be allowed in the country and once again demanded a law on minimum support price (MSP) for crops along with the repeal of new contentious agri-marketing laws.

  • Rs 16.5 Lakh Crore Agricultural Credit Target This Year: Finance Minister

    Rs 16.5 Lakh Crore Agricultural Credit Target This Year: Finance Minister

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today dedicated a significant part of Budget 2021 to announcements on agriculture, in the middle of a massive protest by farmers against three central laws that they believe will deprive them of Minimum Support Price (MSP).

  • Prices Down 50%, Forced To Sell Crops Below MSP: Farm Union Leaders

    Prices Down 50%, Forced To Sell Crops Below MSP: Farm Union Leaders

    As farmers' protest against three new farm laws continues, union leaders on Wednesday said farmers in some parts of the country are being forced to sell crops, including paddy below the Minimum Support Price (MSP) as market rates have fallen, and asserted that the agitation will continue till the government agrees to their demands.

  • "Will Quit If Anyone Tries To Abolish Minimum Crop Price": Manohar Lal Khattar

    "Will Quit If Anyone Tries To Abolish Minimum Crop Price": Manohar Lal Khattar

    In an attempt to reassure the farmers, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, on Sunday said that if someone tries to abolish Minimum Support Price (MSP) then he will leave politics.

  • Farmers' Protest Highlights: Farmers Observe Prayer Meets For Those Who Died During Protest

    Farmers' Protest Highlights: Farmers Observe Prayer Meets For Those Who Died During Protest

    Farmers protesting against the three agri laws have threatened to block Ghazipur border between Uttar Pradesh and the national capital today. The warning to intensify protests comes amid assurances from the government on the minimum support price (MSP) for their agricultural produce, a concern repeatedly raised by the farmers. Prime Minister Narend...

  • UP-Delhi Border Partially Shut Amid Farm Protests:10 Points

    UP-Delhi Border Partially Shut Amid Farm Protests:10 Points

    As protests against the centre's contentious agricultural laws near Delhi borders entered their 25th day, demonstrators paid tributes to those who've lost lives at the protest sites. The Delhi-UP border is partially shut as the agitation intensifies amid assurances from the government on the minimum support price (MSP) for their agricultural produc...

  • "Talk That Minimum Crop Price Will Go Biggest Lie Ever": 5 Big PM Quotes

    "Talk That Minimum Crop Price Will Go Biggest Lie Ever": 5 Big PM Quotes

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today emphasised that the system of Minimum Support Price (MSP) will stay, as he strongly defended new farm laws that have provoked massive farmer protests near Delhi. PM Modi also accused the opposition of betraying and misleading farmers and supporting the protests to promote their own agenda.

  • Will Quit If No Minimum Price For Farmers: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister

    Will Quit If No Minimum Price For Farmers: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister

    Haryana's Deputy Chief Minister, Dushyant Chautala, a key BJP ally, on Friday promised to resign from his post if he is unable to secure the minimum support price (MSP) guarantee for farmers

  • Centre Asks Farmers To Consider Proposal On Farm Laws, End Protests

    Centre Asks Farmers To Consider Proposal On Farm Laws, End Protests

    A day after protesting farmers rejected the government's offer for a written assurance on Minimum Support Price (MSP) and amend few provisions in the new farm laws, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has urged union leaders to consider the proposals and said he is ready for further discussions with them.

  • "Our Duty To Back Farmers Who Feed Nation": Rahul Gandhi Attacks Centre

    "Our Duty To Back Farmers Who Feed Nation": Rahul Gandhi Attacks Centre

    Ahead of the third round of talks between the BJP-led central government and farmers' representatives, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi called on all Indians to support their demand for a complete rollback of three contentious agricultural laws.

  • How Government Plans To Bring Protesting Farmers Around

    How Government Plans To Bring Protesting Farmers Around

    The government, in talks with farmers protesting new laws that they say will severely hit their earnings, may have to make a big gesture on Minimum Support Prices (MSP) for the massive protests raging around Delhi to end.

  • "So Add A Line": BJP's Haryana Ally To Centre On Farmers' Key Demand

    "So Add A Line": BJP's Haryana Ally To Centre On Farmers' Key Demand

    The government should give a written assurance to farmers that the Minimum Support Price (MSP) system will continue, the ruling BJP's Haryana ally has said amid protests against new farm laws that show no signs of ending soon.

  • Centre Must Reassure Farmers, Abolishing Government Mandis Helped Bihar: Nitish Kumar

    Centre Must Reassure Farmers, Abolishing Government <i>Mandis</i> Helped Bihar: Nitish Kumar

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said the Central government should allay the protesting farmers' fears over minimum support price (MSP), citing his own state's experience of increased procurement since abolishing the Agriculture Produces Market Committee (APMC) mandis in 2006.

  • Punjab Farmers Sold More Paddy At Higher Price Than Last Year: Minister

    Punjab Farmers Sold More Paddy At Higher Price Than Last Year: Minister

    Compared to last year, Punjab's farmers sold more paddy in the market this year, and at a higher minimum support price (MSP), Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Monday, and urged the farmers not to "misunderstand" the newly enacted farm laws.

  • Denied Fair Price In Market, MP Farmers Use Vegetables As Cattle Fodder

    Denied Fair Price In Market, MP Farmers Use Vegetables As Cattle Fodder

    Amid protests for continued government procurement at a pre-determined minimum price (MSP) and repeal of three recently passed agricultural laws, farmers in Madhya Pradesh have alleged exploitation by middlemen, and now demand an MSP for vegetables.

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