Karan Farmer’s two bulls Sarja and Raja died due to short circuit at 12 o’clock late on 11th September. The farmer is deeply saddened by this incident. Now the question arises that what should the farmer do in such cases?
Know what farmers should do in such cases?
Festival of Bull Pola Just a few days ago, farmers celebrated the festival of Pola with great pomp with their bullocks. Farmers also worshiped bull and cow on the festival of Pole. Karan farmer’s favorite bull pair Sarja-Raja died due to short circuit late on 11th September. The farmer is deeply saddened by this incident. On this, the Animal Department officials say that full help will be given to the farmer. If the bulls die, they will get compensation.
Crying farmer told his story
Farmer Ramesh Dhanu Rathod says weeping that there was a fire in the village at around 12 o’clock on the night of September 11. The farmer and his family are deeply saddened by this incident.
The farmer says that this was the only way we had to feed our stomach, now how will we pass ahead How did you find it.
After getting information about the incident, social worker Kundan Singh Rathod, sarpanch Nandabai Prem Singh Chavan, former district panchayat, vice president and current district. Council member Samadhan Jadhav was contacted and the incident was jointly reported to the Mahur taluka administration.
Tehsildar Siddheshwar Varangavkar started the process of providing immediate relief to the affected farmer by sending a Panchnama of this incident to the officers and employees of the administration at 6 am on September 12.
The oxen have died…
So far in this painful incident, a pair of bullocks, a cow and two bulls have died on the spot, while one bull has been badly burnt.
Dr. Yogesh Patil, Santosh Dandegaonkar and Balwant Nagargoje of Animal Department are treating the injured bull. The cause of the fire is not yet well known and it is being speculated that this fire started due to short circuit.
What should farmers do in such cases?
Social worker Kundan Singh Rathod says that in such cases, the farmer should immediately go to the Tehsildar and inform him. After investigation, the government gives compensation to the farmer.
Kundan Singh Rathod says that without seeing any paper, sign or thumb impression should not be put on it. Because in such cases the compensation of the middleman farmer is often blown away.
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