Pulses import from Mozambique to hit farmers hard, despite record harvest
Updated : May 22, 2018 12:18 PM IST
The entire problem originated in 2016-17 when pulse prices sky rocketed due to crop failure.
Centre signed a three year MoU with Mozambique to import 3.75 million quintal of pulses.
The situation has become more complicated due to the fact that all this is happening before the sowing of kharif.
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