A view of how our Bangladeshi farmers harvest paddy. They work hard. The most neglected and deprived but important person in Bangladesh is the farmer.
Many of the townspeople may not know how hard it is for farmers to grow agricultural products, but there is a common misconception - a lifelong city dweller has asked if there is a plank in a paddy field. British writer Somerset Mum visited India in 1936. Describing his experience at the end of the trip, he remarked, ‘There is so much to see in this diverse India. Saw the Taj Mahal. Its beauty did not surprise me so much. I am amazed by the billions of farmers in this vast India who grow crops in barren fields, sunburned, rain-soaked fields.
The contribution of farmers is everywhere in this agricultural country. The farmer is inflating the country's foreign exchange reserves by sending his child abroad. Farmers are inflating foreign exchange reserves by sending their children to work in the country's ready-made garment industry. Krishan-Krishani is your domestic servant. Refugees and other helpless farmers who have been affected by river erosion have come and are working for the prosperity of the city.