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Rann Ragged: The Hardships Of Making Salt

It's a key symbol of India's freedom struggle, and an essential part of our lives. But making this table staple is no easy task...

03/07/2021 6:57 AM
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  • Maitree B.
    23/07/2021 13:36

    But the present Indian Union Government is bent on making the NGOs non functional

  • Sandhu M.
    20/07/2021 08:50

    It’s called GUJRAT MODEL

  • Rakesh P.
    17/07/2021 13:12

    No no ... Ye important nahi he... Pehle railway station airport jesa dikhna cahiye🤔🤔🤔

  • Ankit P.
    16/07/2021 13:39

    Yes..so true..and so msny problems..y not any solutions... People cribbing about inflation..should also see the presence of indian origin vaccines..and facility provided..and i mean both state and central admin.. Most of us on fb dont even have guts to make basic changes in our lifestyle... In tough covid time where western infrastructure failed..we simply casted away the rudimentary helpless scenario of india.. But ...we r standing here.... Again cribbing

  • Sudipta B.
    16/07/2021 07:04

    And we complain of our lives despite having many blessings.

  • Dev P.
    14/07/2021 13:40

    Don't traders make profits? Why don't they pass on to them. At what prices do we buy? The huge gap is evident

  • Dhruvrajsinh J.
    07/07/2021 05:08

    I m one the trader in this region...life of agriyas is very difficult and now government has also discontinued the rail since last 5 years in our region which led to the fall of price in salt to Rs 150.

  • Manoj R.
    07/07/2021 01:12

    No one has time for people who are living such hard life for others. Thanks to all Ambani's and Advani's blessed with golden spoon.....

  • Partha B.
    06/07/2021 19:20

    What did we achieved all these years?

  • Jasmin J.
    06/07/2021 07:49

    Dont b greedy 🙃🙃🙃

  • Baldev S.
    05/07/2021 20:58

    That’s what’s happened when You kissed white mans Ass

  • Nikhil R.
    05/07/2021 10:37

    Ji jhak Mare hai#

  • Bhawna S.
    05/07/2021 02:45

    Pathetic....why they have to survive in such miserable condition? Why not our government take necessary steps for their welfare ? Do other countries adopt the same method ?if no then why they people do? If our government is applying modern technologies in other fields then why not here?

  • Vuhroon P.
    04/07/2021 16:40

    With the new farm laws in place they are free to sell it to whoever and wherever - that's the beauty of deregulating this sector. But then please don't complain that cost of salt has gone up. Ever equation needs to be balanced and no matter what you think of in this modern age has cost associated with it. There are no free lunches anywhere...

  • Rav R.
    04/07/2021 14:55

    Iodised namak

  • Mithun R.
    04/07/2021 10:49

    Salt price should go up.

  • Sucharita M.
    04/07/2021 10:35

    D Government shud take initiative....

  • Dipak S.
    04/07/2021 08:31

    Salt is the most important thing in food without salt food no more tasty but still its price still Rs.20/ kg. I always thought how those people livelihood who working for salt production.

  • Huntora D.
    04/07/2021 08:04

    Government should do something for them.

  • Ashok D.
    04/07/2021 06:53

    Govt. can levy on salt sold and directly spend the money to improve living and working condition of the tribe. What does the tribal development department doing?

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