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#FarmersMarchToMumbai: Tv stars supports them!

Tv stars supports FarmersMarch

Television celebrities comes out with their opinions on Mumbai farmer protest. They loud their voice in support of Over 20,000 protesting farmers have reached India’s financial capital.
Soni Singh: India is a land of monsoon. But monsoon is irregular and erratic in nature. Sometimes it comes easily and brings heavy rainfall, but sometimes it come late and brings inadequate rainfall. Further, there is irregularity in the distribution of rainfall throughout the year. So, farmers should be provided help.
Yuvika Chaudhary: Indian economy is based on agriculture. A large portion of Indian population depends on agriculture. Without agriculture is not possible in dry areas or during the months of inadequate rainfall. Naturally, for the agricultural activities across diverse regions, there is a need for proper system and that should be the priority. Government should help them.
Shubhangi Atre: India is a an agricultural country. More than half of its population lives in villages. People work as farmers. But it is pity that our farmer lives in poverty though he is the back-bone of our country. He works hard and gets little to eat. If today they are here, for a need. They should be help in anyway.
Kunal Jaisingh: The Indian farmers are very hardworking. They is very honest, I feel. They are child of the nature. As they work in the fields from morning till evening. The scorching heat of the sun. the cold winter winds and the heavy rain cannot stop them from doing his work outside the house. Government should look the best for their help.
Devoleena Bhattacharjee: Government should help them with money, implements and good seeds. There should be good arrangements for irrigation also. Its always a matter of great pleasure to support and stand with the Indian farmer.
Tejasswi Prakash: India is an agricultural country. Majority of its population lives in villages and depend on agriculture. The Indian farmer is the backbone of the society. His importance in the economy of the country cannot be over-emphasized. Government should give priority to their demand and help them the best.
Arshi Khan:  An Indian farmer is one of the most important members of society. He is the giver of food to the people, to all practical purposes. They deserve proper concern from the government. I think their demand should be taken as priority and should be help as soon as possible.
Helly Shah: The farmers should be help by the government. They work for society and bring economy to the country. They are most important citizens and their demand should really not be neglected.
Sara Khan: Food is the basic necessity for living. Farmer gives us a life with healthy grains. They work day long every day for us. And earn really less to own the comfort we enjoy. Their protest must be look as priority and government should approve their request.
Mahika Sharma: The farmers are one of the most useful people  since the beginning of civilization. We all depend upon agriculture to meet our requirement of food. We get our food because the farmer grows crops and carries the agricultural activities. Though, they feed the entire humanity, their life conditions are far from satisfactory. Government should look after their request. I support our Indian farmers.
Manu Punjabi: The life of a farmer is very tough. He works very hard day and night in all seasons. During summer, he works under the heat of the sun. During winter season, he gets wet while ploughing the field. During winter, he carries on his hard work in spite of the dull and cold weather still he dont enjoys the comfort. He does all the hardwork for the country and us. They are demands should be full filled.
Suyyash Rai: Government should help the farmers the best way possible. The farmer earns money by selling his crops. He remains happy if the crops are good. But, if the crops fail, then his life becomes miserable. A farmer suffers even if there is abnormal increase in production homogeneously at all places. In such cases, the selling price of the crops goes down and the excess crops get wasted.
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