Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr BJP leader and previous MLA Ramesh Saxena has a suggestion to farmers in Madhya Pradesh in their battle against cataclysmic events – droning Hanuman Chalisa. Addressing farmers, Ramesh Saxena, a previous MLA from Sehore in Madhya Pradesh, urged the farmers serenade Hanuman Chalisa consistently for a hour for the following five days to save crops from natural calamities. The BJP leader said that if the ranchers do this they will never confront a disaster. Saxena likewise expressed that discussing the Hanuman Chalisa for five back to back days is a certain cure against trim misfortune caused by downpours and hailstorm. “Lord Hanuman is the force which can save against winds, rains and hails. By recounting Hanuman Chalisa for a hour day by day for five days, ranchers will have the capacity to prepare for characteristic catastrophes,” the BJP pioneer said. Ramesh Saxena requesting that agriculturists present Hanuman Chalisa was recorded on camera and the video was generally shared on the web-based social networking. A few clients on Twitter even disparaged Saxena for giving such a guidance to ranchers. It is to be noticed that few sections of Madhya Pradesh were hit by tempest, hails and rain on Sunday following which numerous harvests were harmed. Indeed, even Sehore, from where the ex-MLA hails, has confronted less than ideal rain and hail in the current past. Farmers over the state have endured huge losses because of characteristic cataclysms and encouraged the administration to forgo off their advances. There have been a few occurrences of ranchers conferring suicide over their powerlessness to reimburse the bank credits. Just as of late, a BJP Member of Parliament from Satna, Ganesh Singh, had started a line with a coldhearted articulation on farmers. He had said that government can’t be faulted if the agriculturists don’t get least help cost for their deliver. He additionally recommended the agriculturists to utilize shepherds for Rs 10,000 if creatures were gobbling up their harvests. The announcement was made by the MP at an occasion of Kaushal Vikas Kendra (Skill development centre), which was gone to by state’s agribusiness clergyman, MLAs, and other region organization authorities, including gatherer.