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“The achievements that I got and will be getting in the future will be on my merit and that is a far better feeling.come to power again.Chouhan was reported to have called up party president Rajnath Singh to offer the seat and as Firstpostcolumnist Chandrakant Naidu had noted at the timeit was seen as a decision that would turn the state intointo a refuge for Modi baiters Getting Advani to contest from Gandhinagar Naidu had noted at the time was seen as a warning to the Madhya Pradesh chief minister The Rajasthan Chief Minister who has also been under fire in the Lalit Modi case has also been looking to Delhi for help butwhile there were words of support from Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Union minister Nitin Gadkari there was a stony silence fromthe Prime Minister and party chief Shah Firstpost’s Sandipan Sharma had pointed how in the summer of 2013 when Raje began her campaign from Charbhuja she didn’t invite Narendra Modi "WhenRajnath Singh who was the BJP president then began to speak hundreds of workers started shouting ‘Modi Modi’ to remind Raje of her folly" he noted adding that she had steadily gravitated towards the Prime Minister’s camp since then However the Prime Minister and government may have chosen to stand aside in that case since Raje’s case was seen as being an indefensible one by the central government The Rajasthan Chief Minister finally relied on her own state government ministers in the state to mount her defence as she remained silent In Swaraj’s case while the government barring the Prime Minister came out strongly in her defence the external affairs minister wasn’t reportedly very convincedabout who was behind the attack on her NDTV columnist Rana Ayyub in her columnwrote: "If sources close to Sushma Swaraj are to be believed the External Affairs Minister holds two senior leaders in the BJP as the architect of the entire saga who did not facilitate the leak of the emails but helped journalists with information that could lead them to a big expose One cannot take this as a valid piece of news as it is an apprehension expressed by members of Sushma’s office who claim to have the full support of the RSS" Ayyub also saidthat the External Affairs Minister had also complained to the RSS while those who were reportedly behind her being dragged into the scandal just wanted to have her wings clipped While the theory tying the two scandals is a very juicy one like most political conspiracies it has almost no substantiation However for opponents of the Modi government the theory onlygives more material against the Prime Minister as he continues to maintain a silent vigil on the troubles plaguing his fellow party men while he is on another foreign tour For now however the government’s silence in the Lalit Modi scandal seems to have worked given the focus has since shifted And with Chouhan seeking to transfer the probe to the CBI it may just end his woes as well for now Written by Ashok Gulati | Published: July 20 2015 12:14 am Given that in the first three years of the 12th Plan (2012-17) the average rate of growth in agri-GDP has been a mere 17 per cent against a target of 4 per cent there is cause for concern as this is leading to agrarian distress Related News Speaking at the foundation day celebrations of the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) on July 12 Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that there were reasons to smile on the economic front as India remains a bright spot despite the global slowdown He talked about the 7-8 per cent overall growth in hand and the 8-10 per cent growth that is realisable in the near future But he admitted that agriculture remains a concern and promised that as tax revenue goes up an increasing share would be spent on building a strong and vibrant agricultural sector Nabard can play an important role in that process It has completed 33 years of service to the nation From 1982 to 2015 it has come a long way in terms of extending rural credit for myriad programmes ranging from rural roads and irrigation under the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund to building value chains with farmer producer organisations (FPOs) and micro-finance initiatives Of late it has also acquired the distinction of being accredited as the first national implementing entity (NIE) of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change As an NIE Nabard is supposed to lead and promote work on climate change adaptation and mitigation especially in agriculture and rural development activities Given that in the first three years of the 12th Plan (2012-17) the average rate of growth in agri-GDP has been a mere 17 per cent against a target of 4 per cent there is cause for concern as this is leading to agrarian distress No wonder Nabard chose “mitigating agrarian distress and enhancing farm income” as a suitable topic for discussion which was inaugurated by Jaitley It is worth sharing some of the takeaways from this seminar attended by several brilliant speakers who have devoted their lives to Indian agriculture and rural development What are the root causes of agrarian distress today Basically two factors: monsoons and markets A drought last year followed by unseasonal rains that damaged the rabi crop and falling global agri-prices which are pushing down domestic farm prices of several commodities from rice and corn to sugar and groundnuts Farmers’ incomes have plummeted and many cannot service their loans raising demands for a loan waiver Small and fragmented holdings excessive specialisation and input intensification of agriculture as well as restrictive markets also contribute to the increasing distress What could be the policy solutions A major focus is needed on water for irrigation — both in terms of developing irrigation in a cost-effective manner to drought-proof agriculture but also managing our water resources more efficiently Since the pricing of water and power for irrigation is highly subsidised — at places even free — it is but natural for farmers to go for water-heavy crops like rice and sugarcane wherever they get access to water Both are being produced in excess of domestic requirements India exported 12 million metric tonne of rice in 2014-15 becoming the largest exporter of rice for the third year in a row Sugar is also in plenty but cannot be exported due to low global prices creating a major crisis in the sugar industry of cane arrears touching unprecedented levels of Rs 21000 crore In any case exports of rice and sugar mean exporting billions of cubic meters of scarce water This must be rationalised through innovative policies that can reward farmers for saving water (and power) and diversifying away from water-guzzling crops Can Nabard take up this challenge under its new role as an NIE of the GCF by promoting sustainable and more diversified agriculture It could have a high pay-off Jaitley mentioned that the government is committed to enhancing investment in irrigation to tackle droughts The government has already raised the funding of the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY) to Rs 50000 crore for the next five years Since this programme consolidates the watershed management and accelerated irrigation benefit schemes one will have to wait and see how much more money is really being put into the PMKSY Nevertheless the policy seems to be a step in the right direction But to deliver more crop for every drop of water could Nabard spearhead the promotion of innovative farming practices (such as the system of rice intensification and precision farming) and technologies (like drip and check dams) through its network of NGOs and FPOs This is a worthwhile agenda for Nabard to follow Jaitley also mentioned overhauling the existing crop insurance system to make it more robust and responsive to farmers’ needs and that the government is currently working on this While irrigation will take time to deliver crop insurance can be fixed relatively quickly and it could act as an effective coping strategy to contain farmer distress This is another area where Nabard could chip in On the markets front there is a consensus that we need to organise farmers into groups (FPOs cooperatives or any other form) to create scale and integrate them with commodity value chains For building value chains and ensuring farmers get their due share a lot of market reforms will be needed — from changes in the APMC regime to building infrastructure (rural roads warehouses etc) Nabard is already doing quite a bit of work in this area and could scale up its operations to make sure that farmers get a good remunerative price for their produce Building value chains can also create millions of off-farm jobs within the rural economy But linking FPOs to front-end organised retailers or food processors will be a challenge as both are at a nascent stage and many states do not even allow organised retail The announcement of an e-national market by the government cannot take off unless several of these hurdles are cleared and grading of products introduced from the beginning Thus in brief agrarian distress can be relieved and farmers’ incomes enhanced with better irrigation and water management more diversified agriculture robust science-based crop insurance as well as better access to markets?K. 2017 6:06 am Delhi High Court. 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