Distressed due to non-availability of fertilizers, women and men farmers once again blocked the roads outside the agricultural market and raised slogans against the arrangement of the district administration.
Farmers are troubled by the shortage of manure.
In Datia of Madhya Pradesh, the district administration should make lakhs of claims for adequate manure and proper distribution of fertilizers. But the truth is that farmers are forced to stand in queues for hours and even after that, if they do not get fertilizer, then the farmers are forced to jam. In fact, once again troubled by not getting fertilizer, women and men farmers came and blocked the roads outside the agricultural market and raised slogans against the arrangement of the district administration. On the information of the jam, SDM Rishi Kumar, Kotwali Police and Countryside Police reached the spot and got the jam opened after explaining to the farmers.
On the other hand, angry farmers have said that if fertilizer is not available at the right time, then we will be forced to jam again. Let us tell you that on Thursday night also, the troubled farmers had surrounded the collector’s bungalow, but the officials understood the farmers and sent them back from there. After which this morning the farmers jammed in front of the market. It is worth mentioning that the district administration is claiming that there is sufficient quantity of manure in the district, but even after that, if the farmer is engaged in the line, then black marketing of manure cannot be ruled out.
Police busted black marketing of fertilizers in Lalitpur
In Lalitpur, the police stopped a pickup carrying urea fertilizer from the border, on checking which 80 sacks of urea were found. The police have taken action by capturing the pickup. To prevent black marketing of fertilizers in the district, the borders have been sealed on the instructions of the Superintendent of Police, along with continuous monitoring of the vehicles coming and going.
In this sequence, on Wednesday, the Rajghat outpost in-charge was monitoring the border along with the policemen. Meanwhile, a pickup was going towards Chanderi in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh filled with urea, when it was stopped and checked, 80 bags of urea fertilizer were found. The police caught the pickup and parked it in the post.
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