Promise to purchase produce from farmers must be kept

JCI alleged that the complaint had been filed merely to avoid repayment of the loan taken against the value of the jute.


Krishna Barman and some other farmers had stored their stock of jute at Bhartiya Gramin Bhandar in Bhetaguri, and had pledged it for availing a loan of Rs 50,000, which
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