My name is Sharmishtha Khanapur and I am a concerned citizen
I was surprised, shocked and saddened to learn about the crisis that some of the farmers are facing in the Faridkot district of Punjab because of unseasonal rains and hailstorms.
Living in a world where our food security relies heavily on the dedicated efforts of farmers, it breaks my heart to see their livelihoods shattered by natural disasters. I firmly believe that it is our collective responsibility to come together and support those who put food on our tables, especially in their time of crisis.
With this campaign, my aim is to provide some relief and aid to the 193 farmers across 4 villages in the Faridkot district. Each farmer will be compensated INR 14000 per acre of land. The average holding of a farmer in this area is 1.4 acres. So an amount of INR 20000 on an average will help and provide massive relief to one farmer and his family.
Together, let's sow the seeds of hope and support our farmers in their journey towards recovery. Fund my campaign as every donation -big or small matters.