Two debt-ridden farmers commit suicide in Maharashtra
Two farmers committed suicide after being under pressure due to loans. In Maharashtra’s Akola city, a debt-ridden farmer, identified as Jaiprakash Kharole (35), allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison. According to police officials, a suicide note was found in the pocket of the deceased farmer, which said he was taking this extreme step due to mounting debts. Meanwhile, another farmer, identified as Kaleshwar Mahto, allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in Ranchi due to non-payments of loan. Brother of the deceased farmer said that Mahto was under pressure after the bank refused to accept half the amount of loan his wife had gone to pay off.