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Sep 24, 2020
6:04PM

Newly passed Farm Sector Bills by Centre will create unemployment in APMC Mandi: Chhattisgarh CM

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Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel today alleged that the, newly passed Farm Sector Bills by the Central Government will create unemployment in the Agriculture Market Produce Committees, APMC Mandi.

The intermediaries, Transporters and labourers will lose their jobs since APMC Mandi wouldn’t exist due to these laws.

He was addressing a press conference in Nagpur arranged by Nagpur City Congress.
 
He said Congress is of the opinion that there should be a Krishi Mandi for 4 to 5 villages.   

Baghel also reiterated that the recently passed farm bills in the parliament will favour private players.

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