Farmers dumped vegetables on a road in Odisha’s Bargarh district on Wednesday in protest against the distressed price of the produce.
Dozens of farmers, led by the Bargarh Jai Kisan Andolan, staged a protest at Sohela block, 26 km west of Bargarh town, demanding a minimum support price and a cold storage.
They dumped vegetables like brinjal, lady’s finger and ridge gourd on the streets, staged a demonstration and raised slogans.
“The agitation was staged in protest against the distressed prices of the produce, which have been selling at Rs 2-4 per kg,” one of the outfit leaders told reporters.
He underlined that if there was cold storage then the farmers would not have faced such a situation.