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COVID-19 lockdown puts onion farmers in tough spot, requests for govt's support

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COVID-19 lockdown puts onion farmers in tough spot, requests for govt's support

COVID-19 lockdown puts onion farmers in tough spot, requests for govt's support

Amid COVID-19 lockdown, the country's biggest onion growing region, is alleging that they are facing financial hardships.

The farmers demand relief packages from the government.

Onion prices are falling due to massive stock arrival as buyers are not purchasing amid lockdown.

Maharashtra has terribly been affected by coronavirus pandemic.

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