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Another debt-riddent farmer ends life in Nanded

Nanded, May 19 (UNI) Unable to repay the loan of a bank, a young farmer allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in his field in Hadgaon tehsil of the district.
The deceased, Ashok Ramadan Chauhan (40), a farmer from Nimagaon in Hadgaon tehsil of the district, was facing financial crisis due to decreasing agriculture production and increasing burden of loan.

Worried about his inability to refund the loan, Chauhan went to his field on Friday night and committed suicide, police said.
The incident came to light next day on Saturday morning.
After being informed about incident, the Manatha police reached the spot and sent the body to Hadgaon rural hospital for autopsy.
The police have filed a case of accidental death in this regard, sources added.
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