Why no Indian wants their kid to be a farmer

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This is just horrible if true.

Even if it is true, it is special case this year due to some extra-ordinary price movements for Pomegranate? If not, and if indeed this is secular trend, then the governments of last 60 years have failed our farmers.

Also why the service charges (or loot) at market yard is so high – why should selling expenses be so high when even price realization is very low, leading to Net ZERO price realization .

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