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Pakistan: Farmers protest black-marketing of urea fertiliser Pakistan
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Pakistan: Farmers protest black-marketing of urea fertiliser

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 08 Dec 2023, 03:07 pm

Farmers participated in a sit-in demonstration outside a local press club in Pakistan's Hyderabad region on Wednesday to protest against black-marketing of urea fertiliser and open sale of spurious seeds, media reports said.

Sindh Abadgar Ittehad (SAI) president Nawab Zubair Talpur and other office-bearers of the body, who led the procession from Fateh Chowk to the press club, told Dawn News that farmers had risen in protest all over Sindh against the artificial shortage of urea fertiliser.

They regretted that Sindh government’s functionaries had not so far taken any notice of the problem as black-marketing of the farm input continued unabated under their very noses.

They also demanded an urgent end to the artificial shortage of urea and action against fertiliser dealers.

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