Due to heavy rains on the final day, due to watering in homes and fields in Bilawali, the fabric was spoiled and farmers’ soybean crop was destroyed. A memorandum was submitted in Collectorate on Thursday demanding compensation for the destroyed crop. While studying the memorandum, farmer Anurag Thakur stated that the soybean crop of the farmers of Bilawali, which is positioned in Ward 1 of town, has change into a lot worse. Yellow has began to rot. Up to 80 per cent of the crop of the farm has been broken. Farmers are unable to repay loans from banks due to crop failure. Crop insurance coverage and compensation quantity needs to be given to the farmers by conducting survey as quickly as attainable. Farmers like Rajkumar Thakuri, Sandeep Nagar, Rakesh Rathore, Kaushal Thakur, Bharat Rathore, Vinay Thakur, Akash Dhakad, Manish Thakur, Sunil Dhakad and many others. have been current.
Chap | Due to pests in soybean crop, inexperienced fields of soybeans have began drying up on seeing them. In many farms, the crop has dried up as if acid has been sprayed on them. The farmer appears nervous about all these issues. On Thursday, Patwari Devendra Mandloi and Panchayat Secretary Kanhaiyalal Patidar reached the farmers’ fields and surveyed the soybean crop in Guradiyakalan. On seeing the crop, Patwari Mandloi stated that soybean has change into very unhealthy. Many farmers together with farmers Laxminarayan, Rahul, Nemichand, Anil, Sagar, Rajmal Patidar, Dharmendra have been current.