Karnataka: Amit Shah meets family of 3 farmers who committed suicide in Bidar
BJP President Amit Shah on Sunday met family of three farmers who committed suicide in Bidar.
While addressing the sugarcane farmers who have faced distress with the water intensive crop in a state that has been through three successive years of drought, Shah said,''the sugarcane farmers are paid their dues within 90 days in Uttar Pradesh. A law has been framed for the same.''
Shah arrived in Bidar by a chartered flight on February 24 night and visited Narasimha Swamy temple the next morning. He visited Mangalgi village in Humnabad taluk where three farmers have committed suicide and follow this up with a discussion with sugarcane growers in Humnabad town.
Earlier this week, Shah lashed out at the state government, calling it the "most corrupt ever" in the country and accusing it of playing "appeasement politics". Before that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had accused the Congress government of being a "10 per cent commission" government. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah hit back, accusing PM Modi of a running a "90 per cent commission government".