Fire In Standing Crop In Jabalpur: Wheat harvesting is happening in almost all the country’s states. At this time, the sun is powerful, and the temperature is also increasing very fast. There is no moisture in the field, and the crop of the field has become completely dry; in such a situation, there is a fire crisis on the crops standing in the fields.
Fire on Wheat Farm in Kundam police station area on Saturday sweat earnings of the farmers was burnt to ashes in a moment. Where the wheat crops standing in the fields came under the fire of Narwhal, due to which the crop of about 15 acres was burnt to ashes. In fact, in the village Pipariya Murjhore located in the Kundam police station area of Jabalpur, farmer Kamal Singh Bagri had set fire to burn his field.
Fire In Standing Crop In Jabalpur
Due to a lack of heat and moisture, the flames of the fire in Narwai went to the field of farmer Mahendra Patel. Due to this, the fields of the other six village farmers caught fire. Due to this fire incident, the wheat crop of about 15 acres of farmers got burnt to ashes. Due to this incident of arson, farmers lost lakhs of rupees. After the incident, Kundam police has started the search by registering a case against Kamal Singh Bagri in the case.
Wheat crop burnt in 15 acres.
The police station in charge of Kundam told that Mahendra Singh Patel, Dinesh Bagri, Munnalal Patel, Pradeep Patel, Tejilal and Bedilal Patel, who lived in Pipariya Murjhore, had planted wheat crops in their field, which was to be harvested after a few days. Kamal Singh Bagri got his wheat crop harvested near these farmers’ fields.
After this, Kamal Singh set fire to the field to clean the land of his farm. The fire in Narwai took a formidable form in no time and reached the fields of 6 farmers, including Mahendra Singh. Soon, the fire also engulfed 15 acres of farmland. Due to this, the wheat crop in the field was burnt to ashes.
Water pipes and electric wires installed in the fields also got burnt.
As soon as the fire news broke out in the field, all the family members, including Mahendra Singh, Dinesh Bagri, Munnalal Patel, Pradeep Patel, Tejilal and Bedilal Patel, reached; by that time, the crop was burnt to ashes. In this incident of arson, farmers lost lakhs of rupees.
At the same time, in the arson, other agricultural equipment, including water pipes, and electric wires in the field, were also burnt to ashes. After registering a case on the report of the farmers, the police have started the search for the accused farmer Kamal Singh. However, there has been a loss of about 300 quintals of wheat in the whole case. Apart from this, water pipes and electrical wires were also destroyed by burning. In which a loss of about 7 lakh rupees is being told.