The Solution Is To Throw Away The Stocks Of Vegetables & Milk For Getting The Attention!While watching the news yesterday, the main focus was on the farmers who have called a 10-day strike starting 01.06.2018, in Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala. The farmers, under the banner of the Rashtriya Kisan Maha Sangh, are protesting to demand loan waivers and implementation of the MS Swaminathan Committee recommendations. This also involves fixing of the minimum value for their commodities including Milk.
My query is how we justify the dumping of vegetables on the streets in protest in order for getting the attention from the Central or State government, which is likely to affect the supply of milk, fruits and vegetables in cities and towns. These shortages will lead to the increase in the prices of the vegetables & other commodities as the stock are not allowed to enter into the respective areas. The farmer's association is justifying the act saying they are into losses. As per them the input cost is higher than the prices offered to them & so pressuring the scene.
During the captured news we also evident of the fact that few of the individuals were collecting the commodities for the dumped stock thrown out onto the streets I am wondering whether this dumping of vegetables on the streets are favoring the circumstances wherein the big part of the population still don't have access to the eatables or just this is again a part of the politics.