Madhya Pradesh farmer uses teenage daughters to plough farm

Severe financial constraints forced a farmer in Madhya Pradesh’s Sehore district to take help from his two daughters to plough their fields as the family doesn’t have money to buy oxen, ANI reported on Sunday. Hailing from the Basantpur Pangri village, Sardar Kahla claimed he does not have enough money to buy oxen for ploughing. “I do not have enough money to buy or take care of bulls for ploughing. Both my daughters quit their schooling due to financial crisis,” he said.

In visuals provided by ANI, Kahla’s two teenaged daughters can be seen ploughing the field. Radhika, 14 and Kunti, 11 years dropped out of school due to the family’s financial condition.

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