Punjab dairy farmers are now planning a demonstration against the state government, demanding an increase in milk prices.

Punjab dairy farmers have decided to stage an agitation against the Bhagwant Mann government . Dairy farmers have been dealing with a heavy financial burden for the last four years .

Punjab dairy farmers have decided to stage an agitation against the Bhagwant Mann government for refusing to respond to their demands beginning on May 21.The demonstrations, according to farmers, would begin in Punjab villages and then spread outwards, according to Daljit Singh Sadarpura, president of the Progressive Dairy Farmers Association (PDFA), a Punjab dairy industry leader who said that dairy farmers have high hopes and dreams from the new government, but that their main aim of raising milk prices by giving Rs 7 per kg financial assistance to save the dairy industry had not been met.Despite the fact that milk prices have not been increased at par with the input costs involved, the company has been dealing with a heavy financial burden for the last four years, he said.Many farmers have become bank defaulters as a result of the pandemic's decline in milk prices.