Central government today increased the incentives given under Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) from 5% to 10% to boost domestic prices. 

Onion prices have been ruling at highly un-remunerative levels for the growers for a prolonged period, as the stored stock of previous season hasn’t got over yet. It has led to wide scale resentment among farmers, who had been protesting using innovative methods. 

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