Subsidy policy in India needs further clarifications


In India, the government subsidy to the sugar industry in the country, of 150 rupees per tonne of sugar from sugarcane, does not have the approval of farmers in Karnataka, Kolhapur and Sangli – frontier regions in Maharashtra – the most benefited from the incentive, for being one of the most productive in the industry, according to the “Times of India” newspaper.
There are claims by farmers that the government incentive needs further clarification. It is known that the Indian government department responsible for food and supplies, is depositing the incentives directly into bank accounts of farmers in Maharashtra. However, farmers in Karnataka, Kolhapur and Sangli that send and receive sugarcane  from Maharashtra are excluded from this process.

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