Khargone: A 40-year-old debt-ridden farmer died after consuming poisonous medicine in MP's Khargone. The farmer had a bank loan of 3.5 lakh rupees. The bank had given notice. SP confirmed the loan and notice from the bank. The farmer's family is saddened by this. Ashok, 40, a farmer from Malgaon in the Sanawad police station area, 70 kilometres from the district headquarters, took poisonous drug tablets in the field. Then, on the phone, told his cousin Lakhanlal Bhaidia that he had eaten sulfas in the field.
After that, everyone reached the farm and took Ashok by vehicle to the private hospital. After giving first aid to the farmer, he was referred to Indore. The farmer died in Mortakka while being taken to Indore. The post-mortem of the body was done at Civil Hospital Sanawad. The deceased's cousin, Lakhan Bhadiya, said, "Ashok has five acres of land. The family members allege that Bank of India branch Bangarda had a loan of 4.25 lakh on Ashok. Asked some persons for a loan of Rs 5 lakh but there too no positive reply was received.'' The deceased ate sulfas. Sanawad police are investigating the matter by establishing a road.
The same SP Siddharth Chaudhary says that there was news of Malgaon in Thana Sanawad that the farmer had taken sulfas tablet and committed suicide. There were no pre-death statements but there was a loan of 3.5 lakh rupees from the bank and the bank had also given notice. The case is under investigation.