86% of Marginal Farmers Don’t Want to Sell Off Their Land for Other Activities Says DIU Study

According to a study by the Development Intelligence Unit (DIU), 86% of marginal farmers in India are unwilling to sell their land despite low income/profit or natural calamities. The study highlights that these farmers engage in non-farm occupations for income support, with 84% of them refusing to sell their land. The survey sheds light on the socio-economic aspects of marginal farmers, emphasizing the significance of raising awareness about flagship programs and providing farmer cards to women farmers and laborers. Read More

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