bhopal - Farmers in India are threatening to strike because they get too little financial support from the government. Between April and the end of October 2230 have certainly indebted farmers in the central state Madyah Pradesh committed suicide.
Many crops in India have failed and the price paid for agricultural products is low, saying the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh farmers union (BKS) Saturday in the Times of India. According to the union, the government should intervene by example, pay electricity bills and cost of loans to farmers.
BKS threatening a farmer strike as on December 2010. Then have some 25 000 farmers protested in front of the house of Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan of Madyah Pradesh and the streets of the regional capital Bhopal blocked. The promises that the government did then would not be fulfilled.