MP: A farmer lost his breath while waiting in line for fertilizer, he was wandering for many days – न्यूज़लीड India

MP: A farmer lost his breath while waiting in line for fertilizer, he was wandering for many days



Due to shortage of fertilizers in Bijawar Krishi Mandi of Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, farmers are facing a lot of trouble. On Thursday, a farmer stood in line from morning to afternoon, due to which his health deteriorated. He was taken to the hospital, where the farmer died during first aid. According to the doctors, the farmer had a heart attack.

Fertilizer is distributed to farmers from the godown of Bijawar Krishi Mandi in Chhatarpur district. For the last two months, farmers are getting worried for fertilizers here. Dayaram Ahirwar, a 40-year-old farmer who came to collect fertilizers on Thursday, started queuing up at 9 am. While standing in line, at around 2.30 pm, his health suddenly started deteriorating. Dayaram started feeling dizzy. His companions had taken him to Bijawar Hospital. Here the doctors told Dayaram a minor attack and referred him to Chhatarpur District Hospital. However, by the time Dayaram was referred to the hospital, he lost his life.

Aam Aadmi Party surrounds Mandi administration and district administration
As soon as the information about the deteriorating health of the farmer came, the office bearers of the Aam Aadmi Party reached the hospital and met the family members of the farmer Dayaram and consoled them. After reaching Mandi here, the Aam Aadmi Party inspected and exposed the chaos and disturbances here. Regarding the death of the farmer, the mandi administration and the district administration have besieged and demanded financial assistance to the family of the deceased farmer.

english summary

Farmers are worried about the shortage of fertilizers in MP. In Chhatarpur district of Bundelkhand, a farmer lost his life while waiting in line for fertiliser. After the incident, all the claims of the administration and the government are under question.

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