Lalitpur. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi reached Lalitpur on Friday. She went to Pali and Nayagaon districts to meet the affected farmer families. A farmer was allegedly killed while standing in line for manure. After meeting the affected farmer families, Priyanka Gandhi spoke to reporters and attacked the state government fiercely. He said that the condition of farmers in Bundelkhand is bad. There are long lines for manure, manure is being stolen, farmers are upset. The farmer is forced to buy fertilizer worth Rs 1200 for Rs 2000.
After the death of farmers in Bundelkhand, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi reached Pali town in the district on Friday. He met the family members of farmer Ballu Pal and consoled them. Ballu Pal committed suicide by hanging due to shortage of manure. During this, Priyanka Gandhi also met the families of the deceased farmers of Nayagaon and Malwara Khurd. In about a quarter of an hour’s meeting, he consoled the farmer families. After this, talking to reporters, Priyanka lashed out at the BJP government of the state. He said that the BJP government of UP is a complete failure.
There is an acute shortage of manure. The farmer is upset. The deceased Ballu Pal was also hungry, thirsty and was standing in line at the fertilizer shop for 3-4 days. When the manure was not found, he committed suicide in despair. The same situation happened with the farmer of Malwara Khurd also. The farmer of the new village was in line, he got a heart attack. Farmers are troubled under BJP rule. Officials are getting black marketing of fertilizers done. Farmer is in debt, forced to commit suicide. If the Congress government is formed, the loans of farmers will be waived.
In Lalitpur falling in Bundelkhand, farmer Bhogipal, who was standing in front of a shop for fertilizer for 2 days, died of heart attack. Bhogi Pal, 53, was worried about manure for a long time. Even after wandering from door to door, when he could not find manure for the crop, he was trying to buy manure by standing in line for two days at a shop in Jugpura.