60 % population of India is still dependent upon the agriculture as a primary source of income to make daily livelihood and livestock. The month of harvesting many crops such as wheat, barley, oats, oil seeds is on the door steps of farmers. The only month in which farmers brings there yearly harvest to the market, it is like a festival for the farmers and their family . The month of happiness and joy in Farmers life is snatched by the nature. The heavy unseasonal rainfall across the whole country and heavy hail storm in many parts of India destroyed the upcoming harvest.
India is the world’s second-largest wheat producer. After China, China still hold on to the first position in producing the wheat across the globe. In India wheat production is unevenly divided majorly among these states Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Madhya .Pradesh Uttar Pradesh produces the most wheat. India exports the 7.2 million tons of wheat across the world. All the wheat producers of India are still farmer who falls below the poverty line in terms of earning.
wheat is the largest cultivated crop in India covering many parts of north to central . The unseasonal rain and hailstorm destroyed standing crops of wheat which was about to harvest , many videos of storm went viral on social media, all media was fully covered with disappointment on faces of farmers. The tension between the expenditures and earning of farmer has been marginalized by the nature. It will affect the annual production of wheat, it will affect the nation’s economy and It will also affect on our pockets.