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United against the Blacks

jowar campaign too could have taken advantage of these propitious circumstances. Indeed, as part of the campaign, zilla parishads had planned to advance Rs 200 to Rs 300 per acre, in terms of fertiliser, seed, etc, to needy farmers who were prepared to grow hybrid jowar.

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