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Farm suicide as an indicator of agrarian crisis should be used with caution

by the National Crime Records Bureau) in order to draw the attention of the readers. They do so in the following ways: * Compare the absolute number of farm suicides (viz. suicide by cultivators + Suicide by Agricultural Labourers) across regions/ states for a particular time point or time period or rank the regions/ states based on their relative performance in terms of the number of suicides committed   * Compare the proportion of

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Between 2015 & 2016, suicide by farmers fell but Suicide by Agricultural Labourers grew

arm suicides was 'zero' in 2016. Source: Reply to Unstarred Question No. 4111 dated 20th March, 2018, Lok Sabha, please click here to access The chart-1 indicates that the proportion of Suicide by Agricultural Labourers in total farm suicides was 54.29 percent in 2014, 36.46 percent in 2015 and 44.14 percent in 2016. However, the proportion of suicide by farmers/ cultivators in total farm suicides was 45.71 percent in 2014, 63.54 percent

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Petty cultivators & agricultural labourers worst victims of farm suicide

cept Andaman and Nicobar Islands have reported zero farmers' suicide during 2014 (please click here to access). • The states of Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Goa, Manipur and Nagaland have reported no Suicide by Agricultural Labourers during 2014. All the Union Territories except Puducherry have reported zero Suicide by Agricultural Labourers during 2014 (please click here to access). • The latest is

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Farmers' suicides

5. All the 7 Union Territories have reported zero number of farmers' suicide during 2015 (please click here to access). • The states of Goa, Manipur, Nagaland and West Bengal have reported no Suicide by Agricultural Labourers during 2015. All the Union Territories except Puducherry (12) have reported zero Suicide by Agricultural Labourers during 2015 (please click here to access). • Comprehe

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