While supporting the March of the farmers in New Delhi, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda on Friday said that with the "ease of doing business", India should also be better in "ease in doing farming". Referring to the Karnataka Government's Agricultural Debt Discounts Initiative, the JD (S) supreme leader urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to give proper direction to the banks which are issuing notice to the farmers and creating uncertainties. "The Modi government and the BJP are proud about improving the situation of India in the 'ease of doing' index. But, with the 'ease of doing business', India should be better in 'ease in doing farming' It is very important @ NarendraModi Avery (SIC), "Deve Gowda tweeted.
Given that agriculture is still the backbone of the Indian economy, the former Prime Minister said in another tweet, "If poverty, employment generation, eradication of rural development is possible, then India will also suffer in 'ease of doing farming'. Thousands of farmers from all over the country, who are camping in Ramlila Maidan in Delhi since Thursday, put pressure on their demands during the heavy policy deployment on Parliament Street, which included beneficial prices for debt relief and their production. Gowda cited the Congress-JD (S) coalition government announcing the Agricultural Debt Exemption Scheme in Karnataka, under which his son Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy gave an example to "ease in doing farming".
"With the farmers' debt exemption scheme, Karnataka is making itself better in 'ease of doing farming'. Meanwhile, @NarendraMody should direct nationalized and commercial banks who are issuing notice to farmers and creating uncertainties. Are there. In many parts of Karnataka, farmers had recently demonstrated a protest against a private bank in several parts of Karnataka, after which some of them were served arrest warrants for repaying the loan, from which Chief Minister Kumaraswamy soon Directed the concerned authorities to solve this issue soon. After the Congress-JD (S) coalition government led by Kumaraswamy announced the loan disbursement of 45,000 crore rupees in the state immediately after coming to power, Gowda completed the election promise made by the party.