Farm zone crisis: Congress in Maharashtra seeks PM Modi’s intervention

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Mumbai: Accusing a BJP-led supervision in Maharashtra of ignoring a plantation zone predicament caused by a grave drought situation, Congress on Saturday sought involvement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for providing service to farmers in a state.

A celebration commission led by Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee arch Ashok Chavan also called on Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao and urged him that a special event of a state Legislature be convened urgently to plead a grave situation.

“PM should meddle given a state supervision does not seem to be holding adequate efforts. There are vale announcements and zero petrify on a ground,” Chavan said. Chavan, who discussed a conditions with comparison celebration leaders, removed that Modi has recently announced a financial package for Bihar.

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“Modi should meddle to assistance Maharashtra farmers as well, those who are disorder underneath drought for final integrate of years,” a former arch apportion said. “Even a vast city like Latur does not have celebration water. The arch apportion usually announces that H2O would be brought by railway. However, zero is function on that front,” he added.

The state Congress arch also pronounced a celebration is in a routine of formulating an movement devise to support a drought- strike people. “We don’t wish to politicise a miseries of farmers. But, a celebration would constructively minister for their welfare,” he added.

He pronounced inputs from district units would be collected to discern a belligerent conditions so that assistance in terms of water, cattle and provender camps, food for plantation labourers can be arranged.

He pronounced a Devendra Fadnavis supervision has not taken a antithesis into certainty to tackle a serious drought. “The conditions is bomb and could lead to law and sequence problems in farming areas if visual stairs are not taken,” he warned.

The assembly was attended by former Chief Ministers Sushilkumar Shinde, Narayan Rane and Prithviraj Chavan and comparison legislators.