Chhattisgarh government will go to court against the bill; Baghel said – This is not in the interest of farmers, this will end the structure of the market

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CM Bhupesh Baghel has come out on open opposition to the one-nation-one market bill of the central government. After this announcement by the CM, Agriculture Minister Ravindra Choubey said that the Chief Minister said that it is our clear opinion that this bill will have a very bad effect in the time of Corona disaster. Baghel said that it is not in the interest of farmers. This will end the structure of the market, which is not beneficial for both farmers and traders. Most farmers are small marginal, this will increase exploitation of farmers. They do not have enough capacity to sell the produce outside the state. Farmers will not get the minimum support price for their produce.

The Chief Minister said that two models are clear in front of the country today, that the Chhattisgarhi model, which carries all the faith through public service in the disaster, and the Central Government's model, which is an opportunity to arbitrate the disaster He said that we trust our Chhattisgarhi model. The Chief Minister said that due to the amendments made in the Essential Commodities Act, there will be difficulty in taking action against storage of essential commodities and increase in value. Private companies will benefit from contract farming. Multinationals with private sector entry into cooperatives, The big industrialists will take over the cooperatives and the farmers will be exploited. In this, farmers are allowed to sell their produce in any part of the country. In this, farmers and traders will not have to pay tax outside the state mandi for the sale and sale of produce, that is, the imperative of buying and selling of crops in the mandi will be eliminated and private mandis will be encouraged. The Chief Minister said that likewise amendment in Essential Commodities Act 1955, production and sale of fertilizers have been deregulated. It has been decided to remove the stock limit from products like oilseeds, pulses, potatoes, onions. Provision has been made to allow private equity in contract farming and cooperative banks. It has been decided to remove the stock limit on products like onions. Provision has been made to allow private equity in contract farming and cooperative banks. It has been decided to remove the stock limit on products like onions. Provision has been made to allow private equity in contract farming and cooperative banks.

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