Collectorate reached farmers with wasted crop in their hands

Farmers’ crops had been destroyed on account of low rainfall and excessive humidity, demand for survey from collector ..

Sehore. Farmers’ crops have deteriorated in many locations as a result of wet nature of Madhya Pradesh. Due to cloudy situations in the state for a very long time, farmers of Soybean and different crops have been destroyed in Sihor district. The farmers demonstrated on the Collectorate demanding a survey of the poor crops. The protesting farmers introduced the poor soybean crop vegetation with them to the collectorate.

First season and now pests assault
Farmers protesting on the Sehore Collectorate mentioned that on account of poor rains and scorching solar, the crop of many of the close by farmers together with town has develop into infertile, apart from rising the danger of pest illness and illnesses in soybean crops. . Due to which the scenario of Aflan has been created in many of the fields. The farmers additional mentioned that for their wasted crops in the hands, first an extended trench of water after which steady rains until the flowering of the soybean crop has led to a scenario of agitation. Regarding its survey and the demand for compensation, there’s a streak of concern on the face of farmers as a result of withering of the crop. The farmers are shocked and shocked. Numerous farmers led the demonstration in the tehsil workplace and collectorate underneath the management of Ramesh Ahuja, senior farmer of Dhaboti and president of Sindhi Samaj.

Those who gave the memorandum included Prithvi Singh Verma, Brij Rai, Jagdish Patel, Ramesh Verma, Sitaram Verma, Gyan Singh Verma, Gaurav Ahuja, Shashi Ahuja, Anita Ahuja, Ramkur Verma, Radheshyam Vishwakarma, Ramkishan Verma and so forth. Explain that in Sehore district, farmers are cultivating soybean in a really giant space and farmers sowed soybean crop in the final week of June and early July however on account of lack of rain, the crops reached the verge of spoil and now Even when there was rain, crops have been broken.

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