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the nation knows, This is one round of Nadi Shodhana Pranayama. Meanwhile, Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma today sought to clarify that he cannot stop anybody from airing one’s views, whose own watercolour of a summer garden is pictured here (see more),2003, Sitharaman sought to know if anybody from the Congress has come forward to say that there should be a probe in Vadra case as well as those involving ministers- a reference to the charges levelled against Law Minister Salman Khurshid, Yahan neeche utar do. However, Farmers in Maharashtra had in June this year gone on a 11-day strike seeking a loan waiver and fundamental changes in the functioning of agricultural markets.The initial agitation had forced the state government to come out with a loan waiver scheme To placate the farmers Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had declared that the government’s farm loan waiver scheme would benefit 89 lakh farmers in the state which would cost Rs 34022 crore to the exchequer The government had limited its waiver to Rs 15 lakh per farmer which is being opposed by farmers The agitating group is also seeking MSP for agriculture produce The farmers had called off their strike after the announcements but decided to restart their agitation two months later as they felt that their initial demand of complete loan waiver had not been met The agitating group also questioned the utility and impact of the loan waiver saying it had not helped all farmers in the state The second phase of the agitation had gone on for two days and managed to gain some traction in rural Maharashtra as farmers came out on the streets seeking a complete loan waiver They had held a “chakka jam” to stop the flow of vehicles on state and national highways and also held protests to stop ministers from unfurling flags in various parts of the state on Independence Day However the agitation was then discontinued Farmers are now saying they will restart their protest to ensure their demands are met For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal | Ludhiana | Updated: December 28 2016 4:51 pm Bank manager Mahesh Shetty with a customer in Ludhiana Express photo Top News MAHESH SHETTY chief manager of Karnataka Bank Limited in Ludhiana is much sought after these days When he is not calming down angry customers at his cash-starved branch he is shuttling between industrial units to open accounts for hundreds of workers As the next payday looms small and medium units in Punjab’s main industrial hub are scrambling to deal with a post-demonetisation “cashless” system to retain their workers Last month owners of many units — cycle and cycle parts to garments — paid their salaries in demonetised currency of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 This time with the deadline for depositing the old notes ending December 30 they are pushing their workforce into the banking system as quickly as possible so that salaries can be transferred online WATCH |Find Out What Banks Told Government As 50-Day Demonetisation Deadline Nears Last week Shetty was verifying ID documents at Findoc Impex a medium textile unit that manufactures garments for brands such as Pantaloons Lifestyle and Benetton Many of the 600 workers here mostly migrants from Bihar have only Aadhar cards to show and hope to open accounts with a correspondence address as they do not have a permanent address in the city “There is no cash to pay So we approached the bank to open accounts for labourers so that we can retain them” said Vaneet Gupta managing director Findoc Impex The unit with a capacity of 3 lakh garments a month currently has orders to manufacture 15 lakh pieces of men’s and women’s summerwear he said According to industry estimates at least 3 lakh migrant labourers have left due to the cash crunch said Gupta “Many in our workforce have accounts For the rest we have approached Indian Bank which recently held a camp to open accounts Some labourers also opened savings accounts in post offices” said Gagan Jain brand head Duke Fashions (India) Limited Some units here have lost almost their entire workforce and cut down production “Before demonetisation I had 135 workers in my factory It took around a fortnight for many to change their demonetised notes last month Now there are only eight workers” said Vinod Thapar owner of Thapar Hosiery Mills Pvt Ltd which manufactures sweat shirts He said 70 per cent of the migrant workforce in Ludhiana have gone back to their home states “The micro and small scale industry which comprises nearly 90 per cent of the clothing industry in Ludhiana has been hit the hardest Many were forced to stop production” said Thapar “My unit has the capacity to make 2000 garments a day now it’s making less than 150 If the workforce had been available my factory would have run at full capacity until January 10 I had orders worth over Rs 3 crore which I will not be able to fulfill Our skilled workers have gone back to their villages Our salary bill was about Rs 5 lakh and it was paid in cash With the ceiling on withdrawals now we were able to take out only about Rs 1 lakh and our workers left” said Thapar For the workers meanwhile it’s a new learning curve “Bankon ke chakkar mein daal diya (they have made us do the rounds of banks)” said Kamarudin Ansari a labourer standing in queue at Findoc Impex to open his account “This will be my first bank account Hopefully I will be learn how to use the account and ATM card New things take some time to learn” said Safayat Ansari a worker from a village in West Champaran Bihar Saffullah Miya another migrant from the district said that he used to deposit money earlier in the accounts of those known to him back home “It will be good to have my own bank account now” he said Shetty said the workers are already getting used to the new system “They are fast learners I have seen that many who have thumb impressions on Aadhar cards have now learnt how to sign” he said Outside the Mundian Kalan branch of State Bank of India workers wait in a long queue to exchange the demonetised notes they got as salary “I will not accept my next salary in demonetised notes An entire day gets wasted to deposit the money A day’s off means a cut of Rs 400 in my salary” said Sanjay a migrant worker from Bihar For Shetty meanwhile the next task is to arrange cash for his branch on Millerganj Road “We do not have adequate staff for this rush That’s why I am here Tomorrow I have to go to Chandigarh to arrange Rs 40 lakh for my branch” he said Yet there is hope in this industrial town that the migrant workers will return “This is a temporary migration They are in the process of returning as factories are beginning to get bank accounts opened” said Pawan Sharma regional sourcing manager Westside “This is a transition period Labourers are returning as manufacturers are bringing them into the banking system” said Dinesh Arora owner of a cloth-manufacturing unit For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe first few weeks of June have been quite exciting here at 360i We kicked off the 2017 Summer Internship and Junior Associate Program and brought on 54 enthusiastic driven young minds across our US offices We also had the pleasure of welcoming Menno Kluin as our new Chief Creative Officer and Tiffany Francis as our new Chief Talent Officer With all of these fresh faces on the roster we thought what better time to add some more See below for our hottest job openings this month 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