Flood-Affected Farmers : No Respite In Sight By Rajib Kanti Roy | Last Updated: 2nd August, 2019, 00:00

“I planted aush paddy on 15 bighas of land. After harvesting those from 6 bighas of land I prepared 2 bighas of land for planting aman paddy and planted seeds for aman in another 4 bighas of land.…

Flood-Affected Farmers : No Respite In Sight

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