Kundapur: Previous three govts made deems issue for farmers worse – Pratap Chandra Shetty

Silvester D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (MS)

Kundapur, Nov 27: “The previous three governments of Karnataka made the deems issue worse. This has become a big hurdle for the farmers today. It is said that the deems issue is relaxed now. If it is so, the rights deed should be given to the beneficiaries immediately,” said K Pratapchandra Shetty, president of Udupi District Farmers’ Association.

Shetty was speaking after inaugurating the Vandse zonal level farmers' convention at Chittoor Sakala convention hall.

S Prakashchandra Shetty, president of Kambadakone Farmers' Co-op Society said, “It is possible to be successful in agriculture only through scientific methods. Technology and science should be used in cultivation.”

Senior cooperative leader Shivarama Shetty, organic farmer Shambhu Shetty, dairy farmers Vanaja Ashok Shetty were felicitated.

Udaya Kumar Shetty welcomed the gathering. Vikas Hegde delivered the introductory speech. Udaya Poojary proposed a vote of thanks. Gundu Poojary Haravari, Govardan Jogi and Arun Kumar Shetty read the felicitation letters. Journalist Prabhakar Acharya Chittoor compered the event.





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