Hari moot calls for proper agriculture policy.
HYDERABAD -- The Hari (Farmers) Conference has urged the Sindh government to enforce an agriculture policy as soon as possible to protect rights of growers and farmers as, it maintained, there is no proper policy so far in province.
The call was raised by speakers in 12-Hari Conference held at Hyderabad Press Club (HPC) on Tuesday which was organised by Green Rural Development Organisation (GRDO) in collaboration with other organisations including PILER and Roots for Equity.
The conference was attended by people from different walk of life including farmers, labourers, growers, agriculture experts and other related persons.
Speaking on the occasion, Executive Director GRDO, Ghulam Hyder Malokani said that more than 50 per cent workforce in the Province was related with agriculture sector in one way or the other.
It was facing various issues because of lack of presence of a proper policy on agriculture by the provincial government.
Representative of Hari Mazdoor Tanzeem (HMT), Shahida Khaskheli said that villages should be established for landless farmers in the province with all facilities including electricity, gas, schools and hospitals.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Apr 15, 2015|
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