How they solved farmers’ problems!

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A group of politicos and white- collar high-ups who were due to discuss the problems of big onion cultivators at a conference held at a super-holiday bungalow in the central province had taken advantage of the occasion to have a grand whiskey party there.


The farmer-representatives who participated in the conference had been entertained with a bun and glass of milk each and the political and the white-collar high-ups had wined and dined to their heart’s content incurring a heavy expenditure.   


Although a large amount of money was spent in the name of the conference, no solutions to the problems of the farmers concerned have been provided so far, they say.

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