If politician are responsible for polution , farmers are more culprit

dog fight verbally among politicians for any core issue will not give us better life - better avoid them . Problem is ours and we are suffering by the act of farmers .
a) pollution in air by burning straw every year by the farmer is chronic , No one is ready to convince them nor the farmers ready to hear . They do not have social responsibility that why they keep doing this every year !
b) Farmers knows that using too much pesticides in crops and vegetable will damage the entire consumer - but they do for profit maximization .
c) Farmers knows that using too much fertilizer will damage the natural soil but they do
d) Farmers knows that entire soluble in pesticides and fertilizer will mix the ground water and it will reach to human stomach and spoil the kidney , liver , heart etc of human but they do .
e) After all the total moto is to profit maximization by hook or by crook. They have subsidy , MSP also going up day by day from of taxed money whereas the entire act hits to the buyer who actually help them to grow. more  

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We have a habit of blaming the other for our own wrongdoings whether it is political parties or the public. I think we should look inwards. The Delhi public is as much to blame. There should not have been a single cracker burnt for Diwali if we were really concerned about our health. Why blame the poor farmer if we ourselves cannot refrain from bursting crackers. more  
In India, or may be in most countries, you do certain wrongs because you are ignore / allowed to do. Politician and certainly law enforcement agencies are solely to be blamed for this mess. Imagine you pay tax and you suffer, because of those who do not pay tax, rather on top of it they get subsidy and what not. And government is even now planning to subsidy the stubble burning machines. Farmers are a big vote bank all over, like some minorities, they twist government's arm whenever they want. But I personally feel anybody would do anything if they are allowed to ! So squarely its politicians to be blamed. more  
Farmer alon not responsible. Govt policy and govt spend also equally responsible. more  
We all are equally responsible for that, but we are blaming to one or more among of us. We all are very known about the policies and agendas of all political parties & politicians, but we are not succeeding to choose the right one who think seriously and work against the problem. more  
I think be it politicians , farmers or we the citizens of Delhi We are all to be blamed for present state of affairs I put the blame squarely on the middle class Delhiites and the tax paying citizens who r allowing the state govt to spend our hard earned money on popularist schemes like free bus n metro rides -----If CM was so serious n wanted to claim so called success in bringing down 25% pollution in Delhi He would have made sure potholes n roads r repaired by end September , Odd n even scheme should have been applied to all No exemption JUST NO Exemption Autos r exempted , women with children ETC who is not exempted U n Me All schools have buses going to all the areas of Delhi Let the students come to school in their school buses or walk down or cycle No Exemption This is all Mr Kejriwall's PR Exercise What r ve citizen's doing Just feeling helpless , We write letters Get no response We call up the so called helpline nos which r never picked up So we just vent our feelings n views on this forum or among our friends No encroachment cleared No action taken It is frustrating to say the least
Pl tell The CM stop Ur advertisement in national dailies instead spent on making Delhi clean n pollution free by making sure roads r repaired , garbage is collected , side walks r clean more  
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