India: Maharashtra sugar millers demand release of pending funds


Pune: On August 19 by giving relief to flood-affected victims, Maharashtra government had announced that the loans taken up by farmers holding land up to one hectare would be either waived off or paid by the state government. Now, the sugar millers in the state have requested Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to increase the loan waiver announced for farmers for up to two hectares.

Heavy rain and in Pune, Sangli, Satara and Kolhapur districts, the sugar belt of Maharashtra, have majorly hit the sugarcane crops. It has caused massive loss to the cane growers.


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