Asia’s largest onion market Lasalgaon closed today! Business worth crores happens every hour

एशिया की सबसे बड़ी प्याज मंडी लासलगांव आज हुई बंद! हर घंटे होता है करोड़ों का कारोबार

Asia’s largest onion market Lasalgaon

In the Lakhimpur violence case of Uttar Pradesh, 15 major markets of the district, including Lasalgaon Bazar Committee, took part in the statewide bandh called by Maha Vikas Aghadi on Monday. As a result, the turnover is around Rs 30 crore. Farmers were crushed under a vehicle in Lakhimpur, Uttar Pradesh. After which the Maha Vikas Aghadi government in Maharashtra has become aggressive against the Modi government at the Center and the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh in protest against the killing of farmers. Demanding the harshest punishment to the culprits. For this, he has called for a statewide bandh on Monday. And has announced a one-day Maharashtra bandh. Due to which the effect of Maharashtra bandh is visible on all vegetable markets today.

Asia’s largest onion market Lasalgaon closed

The Lasalgaon Market Committee, the main onion market in Asia, has joined the strike. Fifteen major market committees of the district have also joined the strike. Nashik Agricultural Produce Market Committee has decided to participate in the bandh. Due to this, business worth crores has come to a standstill. A big hoarding has been put up outside the market committee, appealing people to join the bandh. Farmers are urged not to bring their produce for sale.

Farmers will lose crores

Bharat Dighole, founder president of Maharashtra Onion Producer Organization said that we are saddened by the incident that has happened to Lakhimpur farmers. Due to this, there will be a loss of lakhs to the onion producing farmers. Dighole said that the agitation is for one day.

Farmer’s union far away from Maharashtra bandh

Farmers union in Nashik district has also protested the Maharashtra bandh against the Lakhimpur violence. He said that for the last seventy years, farmers are being used for political convenience. This quarrel is between the ruling party and the opposition. Nashik District President of Kisan Sangh, Shankarrao Dhikale has alleged that farmers are being crucified in this.

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