Purchases increased after Bihar lost APMC mands in 2006, says Nitish Kumar. Bihar Prime Minister Nitish Kumar said today that the central government should allay farmers’ fears of protesting the minimum support price (MSP), citing his own country’s experience with procurement since the abolition of public markets or mandates in 2006. He spoke at the opening of a 12.27 km high road connecting AIIMS with the city of Patna1 Digha along the coast. The Ganges River, which is supposed to facilitate traffic between the southern and northern extremes of the city, the PTI said.
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