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Bihar: RJD Leader Shivanand Tiwari Targets CM Nitish Kumar On Urea Shortage Issue

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Shivanand Tiwari said, the Chief Minister is not hearing the voice of the farmers

Patna :

Bihar: Sowing has started for Rabi crops in Bihar, but farmers are facing unprecedented urea crisis this time. On the other hand, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (CM Nitish Kumar) These days, he is touring the entire state regarding his social reform campaign related to prohibition. Senior leader of Rashtriya Janata Dal Shivanand Tiwari Has advised the CM regarding this. While advising CM Nitish, RJD’s National Vice President Shivanand Tiwari has said that Chief Minister, take some time out from alcohol, because in Bihar there is an outcry among the farmers for urea. Aerial firing is being done at the farmers who are desperate for fertilizer. Tear gas shells are being fired at them. The unseasonal rains have likewise put the lives of the farmers in shambles.

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Shivanand Tiwari said in a statement on Friday that the Chief Minister, who is drunk on liquor ban, is not hearing the voice of the farmers. About 80% of the population of Bihar is dependent on agriculture. Paddy is not being procured at the lowest price. Farmers are selling paddy at throwaway prices. The paddy which is left in the fields after harvesting has got drenched in the unseasonal rain. Due to the rain, the farmers who grow vegetables are sitting with their hands on their heads, but till now no statement of consolation has come from the government for the farmers.

According to Tiwari, the urea crisis has not arisen suddenly. Newspapers are constantly making aware of the news of the shortage of urea and the uneasiness among the farmers. The Agriculture Minister had also assured that the shortage of urea would be removed immediately, but the result was the same three paat of Dhak. It is discussed that the Delhi government is sending urea from Bihar’s share to Uttar Pradesh for electoral benefits. Tiwari said, ‘The Chief Minister is requested to postpone the liquor for now and spend his time and energy in getting the farmers out of trouble.’

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