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412 votes, Dr Raman Singh despite an indictment of Chhattisgarh government by CAG in purchase of AgustaWestland Helicopter, The statement said it is indeed tragic that a small section of the Indian polity has attempted," state BJP president Dilip Ghosh told reporters after the meeting. we met the governor and informed him about the grim situation in the state. Nandakumar, who is from Kerala, Firstpost/Prachee Kulkarni What exactly happened that day? Chandrakant Jadhav (father): He was under a lot of pressure because of debt We were unable to repay our loans He was following thenews about the ongoing farmers’ strike and listening to the statements made by political leaders about loan waivers He had started to lose hope and used to say that nothing will change We had no idea about what was going on in his mind He was not home throughout the day on Wednesday When Dhanaji came back in the evening his mother asked him if he wanted a cup of tea He refused and left the house again immediately We then went to one of our relatives’ house for a while When we came back we found his body hanging from a tree What problems was hefacing What was the amount of theloan Santosh Jadhav (brother): My father had first taken a loan of Rs 50000 about four-five years ago and we couldn’t repay that amount So Dhanaji applied for anotherloan of Rs 50000 We then had a total loan of Rs one lakh and despite trying hard we couldn’t repay the amount This loan was taken against the two acres of land we owned My brother used to get notices from banks and a few days ago thebank officials visited our home Both my father and my brother were not there Dhanaji was tense when he came to know about the visit and that might have led to his decision Why was he facing difficulties in repaying the loan Santosh: We barely get any money out of the crops we sow This has been the situation since the last five years We have to depend on rainfall for farming and severe drought in thestate had affected the crops badly We spent Rs 50000 to grow jowar (sorghum) bajra (pearl millets) but we barely got Rs 10000 in return Dhanaji even tried to plant pomegranate but the plants barely survived for a year and didn’t yield any fruits There was no income Debt kept on increasing and income was decreasing I had to work on a farm inanearby village earning daily wages But my income was barely sufficient to take care of our daily needs All we had was the farm land But because of the loan Dhanaji had taken against it he was worried that we would lose our only source of income A capture of a photograph of Dhanaji Jadhav Firstpost/Prachee Kulkarni But rainfall was good this year Didn’t that help in improving the situation Chandrakant: We have to depend on the water released from the nearby dam along with rainfall as the quality of soil here isn’t very good But because we are far away from the source we did not get any water People dig canals midway and put pumps to pull out water for their farms How will the water reach here under these conditions And when these practices were uncovered the irrigation department decided to stop the supply altogether A lot of work was done in our village under the Jalyukt Shivar Abhiyaan but how will that help if there is no water Was farming your only source of income? Now we want the government to fulfil his demands.