“Rural Indebtedness”: ‘With Special reference to Sugarcane Growers’
AbstractIndebtedness, a huge and growing burden in the rural countryside, particularly among the poor farmers is the single factor for agrarian crisis. So rising indebtedness of sugarcane growers in last years lead to suicides of the growers. Hence, proper measures should be undertaken to reduce the burden of indebtedness.
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