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Deepak Sharma. Mandsaur2 hours ago
A unique case has come to light from Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh. Here, parrots have become addicted to opium, not humans. Because of this, farmers there are worried. To save opium, farmers here have to be more wary of parrots than thieves and drug users.
In fact, where opium is grown, there are more parrots around, so they have become addicted to it by eating little by little. That’s why parrots keep coming back and stealing opium. Apart from this Nilgai is also disturbing the farmers.
These days the opium harvest is in full swing in Mandsaur. Lui chirai work is in opium doda. Farmers are working all day in the fields to produce opium, but these days parrots and nilgai are becoming a big problem for the farmers. The farmers have tied iron wire and nets around the field. Drugged parrots even break the nets.
These days Lui Chirai’s opium stuff is being worked on. Farmers sell opium by working in the fields all day. But these days parrots and nilgai are becoming the biggest trouble for farmers.
Net planted on the farm, still watching
Farmer Kamal Kumar says he has been growing opium for years. Parrots have become our problem. In fact, there are more parrots near the towns. The parrots here have become addicted to it by eating small amounts of opium. Parrots fly away within seconds by biting the poppy seed. We have put nets on the crops to avoid them.
Let’s say if we go out of the field for a while, many parrots lick many dodas from the field. Besides this, iron nets and old clothes have been tied around the field to avoid the Nilgai. The family also watches over the fields. The farmer who has not put a net over the field, those farmers are more worried.
Farmer Vinod Patidar said farmers take many measures to save intoxicants and sensitive crops like opium from birds and animals. Along with tying sarees and wires around the poppy plantations, nets with white mesh have also been put up. In the evenings they play musical instruments in the field. LED lights in different colors also shine.
There are also other crops in the surrounding fields, but parrots only attack opium. Opium is grown in a very small area while other crops are grown on a large scale around it. Another villager, Anjani Singh, says that when nilgai eat opium, they become more violent. After this he has also attacked people many times.
The forest department also accepts that parrots are addicts, but the department has no way to save opium from parrots and get rid of it.
19 thousand farmers in the district, if the average is low, it is decided to cut the rent
Farmers only get 10 to 20 sawmills on lease from the government for opium production. What fixed average farmers have to pay. If the average falls below, the lease contracts will be canceled for the next time. Farmers often have to face actions due to low averages. There are over 19,000 opium-growing farmers in the region. The Union Ministry of Finance has issued a license for opium production using inhalation and CPS method.
Opium poisoning affects the nervous system
Scientist Vasant Kumar Pancholi, who conducts research on opium, also believes that parrots have become drug addicts in the region. They say that opium is an intoxicant and an intoxicant. When parrots eat poppy seeds, it is obvious that the narcotic substance in the poppy affects their nervous system. Because parrots get addicted to it. The forest department also considers parrots to be drug addicts. But the department does not have the solution to save opiates from parrots and rid parrots of drug addiction.