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Farmer organizations urges Government to scrap No Due Certificate

Accuses banks of collecting money for issue of the certificate


Farmer organizations of major political parties have urged the State Government to scrap the practice of submission of no due certificate by farmers to obtain fresh loans from banks. They expressed concern that the banks are collecting money for the issue of certificate and farmers are forced to make rounds to banks for getting the same.

The organizations alleged that the farmers incur expenses of over Rs.1,000 whenever they wanted no due certificate. Representatives of Congress, AP Rythu Sangham, Telugu Rythu, BJP's Kisan Morcha and other organizations met the Chief Minister, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy and submitted a memorandum on the issue.

The representatives wanted the scrapping of the no due certificate requirement considering most banking transactions are now done online. Dr. Reddy assured the delegation that he would ask the bankers not to insist on no due certificate and positively consider the demand for lifting cases registered against farmers during protests staged by them.

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