Pathanamthitta: Union Minister of States for Agriculture, Shobha Karandlaje, visited Sabarimala and took the opportunity to express her concerns about the farmer suicide in Kerala. After performing darshan, she addressed the media, highlighting the need for the Narendra Modi government to return to power and emphasized her prayers for Modi’s third term as prime minister.
In her statements, the Union Minister criticized the Kerala state government, holding it responsible for the alarming rate of farmer suicides. Karandlaje accused the government of non-cooperation with the Centre and pointed out the difficulties faced by farmers and cooperative firms in the state.
“The Kerala government is not adequately supporting the farmers, and this negligence is leading to a crisis. Many farmers have invested their money in cooperative societies, and the state government must take immediate action to assist them,” said Shobha Karandlaje. She urged the state government to take prompt action and provide necessary assistance to alleviate the difficulties faced by the farming community.