Farmers Protest In Karnataka Over Support Price Of Sugarcane | Read

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Hundreds of farmers, including the womenfolk, on Sunday staged a protests here against the state government's alleged indifference over ensuring minimum support price for sugarcane and in getting their arrears released from the mill owners. "In view of the production glut and falling price, the state government should ensure a minimum support price (MSP) of Rs. 3,000 per tonne for sugarcane with 9.5 per cent recovery and help us get arrears for the cane supplied to mill owners last year," farmer leader Siddanna Gouda told reporters here, about 500km northwest of the state capital.

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