Opposition Leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda said Congress aims to bring an evergreen revolution for farmers . Hooda said that the Congress vision for the farmers is now being debated in the Chintin Shivir .
During the pending Chintin Shivir of Congress in Rajasthan, the Congress aims to bring an evergreen revolution for farmers, according to Opposition Leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda.The committee, led by Hooda, was established by Congress on farm issues in the Chintin Shivir, and Hooda said that the Congress vision for the farmers is now being debated in the Chintin Shivir.The committee held a discussion about improving the present condition of farmers, with a view to increasing their production and income.Congress intends to exempt farmers from loan waivers in order to achieve total debt reduction.The Congress government in Rajasthan also waived off farmers loans worth Rs 15,602 crore, Rs 11,912 crore in Madhya Pradesh, Rs 4,696 crore in Punjab, and Rs 22,548 crore in Karnataka, according to Hooda.The Congress convened on the importance of providing a legal guarantee to the farmers.The committee has heard from all the farmer groups, heads, and others.Farmers are also asking that the MSP be based on the Swaminathan Commission's C2 model. According to the Congress, the MSP will now have to be implemented on every farmer's product, not just a few crops.Hooda said that a single MSP is also crucial for crop diversification, and that steps will also need to be taken to control the cost of agricultural inputs.Hooda said that the CACP method used to calculate costs needs to be revised.He said that the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana is not benefited farmers. Hooda said that private companies operating in this sector are focusing on their profits rather than providing relief to farmers.