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Sushant Gokhale
Sushant Gokhale

When India already has a rich variety of bananas that can feed millions of people that are grown naturally,why the need for genetically altered bananas?....Naturally grown bananas have evolved over millions of years but genetically altered species can have effects on future generations for millions of years beyond human control! "Strike while the iron is hot" i.e. need for "Prevention is better than cure" is felt.

Paresh Kumar Singh
Paresh Kumar Singh
  • Sushant Gokhale

absolutely right

Anil Sinha
Anil Sinha

No genetically modified food for us. We dont want to sell ourselves to Monsanto.

Glenys Wright
Glenys Wright

STOP Monsanto and Capitalism. We do not want their GMO or Cancer!!

Rajesh Aggarwal
Rajesh Aggarwal

If Bill Gates wants them grown, let him grow them in his back garden to feed himself & his family. ♥ INDIA does not need GMO Bananas, they have ♥ MUCH BETTER, ORGANIC & NATURAL FOODS & FRUITS ♥

Olimpia Marina
Olimpia Marina

Is Bill Gates going to eat them?

Tracey Clewer
Tracey Clewer

Mother nature provides perfectly balanced foods. Please invest in helping people to be self sufficient through growing natural foods.

Alexander Baali
Alexander Baali

GMO home grown produce in India, causes many birth defects in Children, and new born Indian babies.

Vivek Vaish
Vivek Vaish

God bless the mind of indians

Prateek Jain
Prateek Jain

Even after giving my mobile number, why is causes.com asking for facebook tracking? This should be improved as most of us would like to keep facebook for personal use and our friends data private.

Gayathri Raju
Gayathri Raju

As many living things are there in this world...we, only humans are not having any rights to alter the nature for our convenience and to destroy the Nature's nature....so i strongly go with causes.com against this GMO banana project

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