During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have we ever thought about the "Rural India?" In this time of turbulence and ultimate urgency we should focus on that part of are where still most of India still lives and it's the main inhabitant- the farmers of India should be not overlooked.
What sort of fiasco has struck the number of inhabitants in 137 crores of the nation, because of which there is a quietness in each city, each street and each chaupal in the town is abandoned. Everybody is considering sparing their life from the infection. On the off chance that it spreads from the city to the open country, it will get hard to deal with.
There is no remedy for coronavirus pandemic. It is being said that each individual ought to keep up a separation of at any rate one meter from one another, wash their hands habitually and remain in their home, at exactly that point we can prevent the infection from spreading.
The central government has done finish lockdown the nation over for 21 days from 24 March. As though the time limit circumstance has occurred. Some state governments have forced check-in time. State governments are pronouncing to mastermind to send proportion to the houses.
In any case, do we have a thought that the village farmers who develop enough grains for the nation, has food grains for himself? 85 percent of the farmers in the nation have under three sections of land and the whole cash of their harvest winds up in reimbursing the credit including premium.
Regardless of delivering food grains, these ranchers acquire wages and purchase their home proportions from the shop. Presently that there is lockdown the nation over, it ought to be compulsory to offer to apportion to little and medium ranchers and workers alongside other comrades.
While the comrades are considering shielding themselves from Corona, the farmers are pondering their yields and the nourishment of the kinsmen in the coming days. In this manner, we ought to likewise consider the ranchers. From one perspective, while harvests of mustard, lentils, and so on were decimated because of hailstorm in northern India a month ago, today wheat and other rabi crops are prepared and collecting opportunity will precede the lockdown is finished.
Farmers are befuddled in such a case that they reap the yield physically, the laborers will fear crown contamination and on the off chance that they get gathered from the consolidate reaper, there will be no straw for the dairy cattle. Cutting the wheat from the consolidate machine and expelling the straw from the ripper machine has two weaknesses - first, the expense of cutting will be multiplied and besides, the straw is diminished by 60 percent, which will make the straw much increasingly costly.
So as to spare the straw, the farmer ought not to gather wheat by hand, for this the legislature ought to declare an award of five rupees for each liter on milk for a year. Likewise, courses of action ought to be made for sure-fire installment to ranchers by getting ready to purchase wheat crop.
When cutting machines will cost more cash, on the off chance that the legislature proclaims an award of Rs 100 for each quintal, at that point, the farmer class won't cut their harvest from workers and the crown contamination will be kept from pushing ahead. The harm caused to ranchers by the hailstorm of the most recent month ought to be repaid by the insurance agencies or the administration itself.
Taking into account the Corona emergency, the legislature ought to delay the advance reimbursement for a half year and forgo intrigue. The nation should realize that ranchers of Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh sow sugarcane in the wake of collecting wheat. Where the harvests of mustard, lentils and so on have been ruined, ranchers are additionally getting ready to plant sugarcane.
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