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Farmers bemoan sale of Urea on black market as crisis worsens

Farmers bemoan sale of Urea on black market as crisis worsens
January 8, 2022 Web Desk

LAHORE (92 News) – Farmers continue suffering due to crisis of fertilizers and they are forced to stand in long queues for getting one bag of Urea.

Farmers protested against unavailability of fertilizers. They have rejected all claims of federal ministers of availability of fertilizers in huge quantity.

They said that a Urea bag was being sold at Rs2,600 on the black market. "Even after standing in long queues for whole day farmers return to their homes empty handed. The administration is selling fertilizers on the black in connivance with the mafia. The shortage could badly affect crops of wheat and potato if fertilizers were not given to them in time," they maintained.