Vidarbha farmers urged PM to sack union minister Vilasrao Deshmukh after Supreme Court slams for protecting the moneylenders
The Supreme Court today snubbed Heavy Industries Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and told him to stay away from interfering with the functioning of authorities under the money lending act.
The apex court told the Union Minister, who was also a former Chief Minister of
The judgment came in a petition filed by Sarnagdharsingh Chavan representing the Vidarbha farmers, who had sought quashing of Deshmukh's directions to stall investigations against Sananda. "Chief Minister had no business to interfere with the functioning of authorities under the money lending Act," the court said.
This was challenged by the
‘This is historic decision and duly endorsed our stand the local MLAs are getting political protection with top leaders and are exploiting the debt trapped farmers who are committing suicides hence we have urged Indian prime minister to sack Heavy Industries Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and take legal action against him and local MLA Dilipkumar Sananda who is running parallel Govt. in vidarbha” Kishor Tiwari of Vidarbha Jananaolan Samiti (VJAS ) informed in press release today.
‘One should know that petitioner in this case by Sarnagdharsingh Chavan is close relative Indian Prez.Pratibhatai Patil but even after High Court Mumbai intervention ,Maharashtra failed to take the action moved in the supreme court that’s much more shocking and this is not single case in isolation most of political leaders and MLA and M.P. VJAS has brought another shocking fact before the Prime Minister that more than 70% finance for cotton crop cultivation is given by private micro finance institutes MFI as against Rs.9600 crore total cost of cultivation ,state owned banks have given only Rs.1460 crore which has been most disturbing facts that is adding fuel in the despair of farmers as MFI style of finance and recoveries are through local self help group(SHG) which are now acting as shelf recovery group(SRG) which needs to be banned immediately to stop innocent victimization debt trapped cotton farmers.