WATCH: Plight Of Farmers Under Shadow As Maharashtra Political Deadlock Continues

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Untimely rains damaged crops on over 70 lakh hectares of land in Maharashtra as per sources. But the wound on farmer's pocket has politics rubbed over as salt.

Written By Shubhayan Bhattacharya | Mumbai | Updated On:

Untimely rains damaged crops on over 70 lakh hectares of land in Maharashtra as per the official sources. But the wound on the farmer's pocket has politics rubbed over as salt. With the state under President's rule, only the Governor's intervention is all the son of the soil hopes for. The state recently approved Rs 10,000 crore as a special provision to provide immediate assistance to farmers affected by the unseasonal showers.

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