Peddling Poisons, & Selling Seeds Of Suicide

Two Decades of Monsanto’s Illegal Actions, Frauds and Crimes in India

Dr Vandana Shiva





“Big Boss Bollgard – Symbol of Trust”


Over the two decades since Monsanto entered India, it has violated laws, deceived Indian farmers by making unscientific and fraudulent claims, extracted super profits through illegal royalty collection by violating India’s Patent and Intellectual Property laws, pushed farmers into debt, and, as a consequence of the debt trap, to suicide.

Monsanto cheated Indian farmers by claiming that its Bt cotton will control the bollworm. The claim of Bt cotton being a pest control technology has been proven false with the emergence of resistant pests and farmers are being forced to use pesticides. Farmers are now dying due to pesticide poisoning.

Another fraud was the claim that GMO Bt crops are safe for biodiversity and the environment, inspite of the scientific knowledge that GMO Bt is not the same as natural Bt. Pollinators have been killed because of high dose supertoxins in Bt crops,  which have also led to poisoning of the soil and the killing of soil organisms, threatening the very foundation of agriculture and food security.

In 2017, Monsanto was caught illegally spreading Roundup Ready Bt Cotton in Vidarbha without commercial approval,  adding the disaster of Roundup to the Bt cotton disaster. Roundup is a probable carcinogen according to WHO. In the US thousands of cancer victims are suing Monsanto. In Europe there is a strong movement to get Roundup banned. The Monsanto papers have revealed how Monsanto has manipulated science and laws to sell its toxic products harming humans and nature. It is now adding Roundup to the arsenal of its toxic products that has brought devastation to Indian farmers.

Monsanto’s highest crime is robbing Indian farmers of their lives by pushing them to death through a combination of factors including fraudulent claims, and debt resulting from collection of  illegal royalties for seeds even though patents on seeds are not allowed in  India under Art 3h and Art 3j of India’s Patent Act. Establishing a seed monopoly to make super profits through high prices of seed, and fraudulent claims of Bt Cotton being a pest control technology have pushed farmers into debt and suicides, Monsanto’s illegal and unethical behaviour is responsible for farmers suicide and pesticide deaths in the cotton areas.

When the collection of illegal royalties and “trait fees” was finally stopped by government through a Seed Price Control order in 2015, Monsanto tried to challenge it, further violating farmers rights, and thinking it is above democracy and laws. We intervened in the case to have their challenge dismissed, so the Seed Price Control order stands, and seed price can be  regulated.

Monsanto has established a monopoly on cotton seeds, and through the monopoly enslaved farmers in debt and distress. Monsanto has violated the Anti Trust laws of India and the orders of the Monopoly and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission. It has tried to block the investigation by the Competition Commission of India of its 99% monopoly on the cotton seed market.

Not only has Monsanto violated Indian laws for Biosafety, for Intellectual Property and Patents, and Access to Essential Commodities, including seed, it has threatened sovereign institutions and government  with legal actions to subvert and undermine laws.

Monsanto’s crime is not just violating laws, but challenging laws and institutions that try to regulate Monsanto and stop its violations. These laws and institutions are pillars of Indian democracy and have been created to implement the Indian Constitution and protect people’s rights and the environment. The Company has challenged government when it tried to control seed prices, it has tried to challenge the Competition Commission when it tried to examine the cotton seed monopoly, and it is now challenging Art 3j of the Indian Patent Act which excludes seeds, plants,  and animals from patentability.

In other words, Monsanto wants absolute rights to operate illegally, demanding the freedom and right to rob farmers of their lives, through selling lies and failed technologies, and  illegally collecting royalties . This is violative of Art 21 of the Indian Constitution.

On grounds listed above, Monsanto has not just violated laws, it has created conditions for farmers deaths.

When Monsanto’s Bt Cotton failed to control pests, and farmers were forced to use more pesticide, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra stated he would initiate a case of culpable homicide against the pesticide industry. Pesticides are being used in Bt cotton areas because Bt has failed as a pest control technology. So the final responsibility of the pesticide deaths lies with Monsanto which sold Bt cotton on false and fraudulent claims.

Culpable homicide  is a categorisation of certain offences in various countries which involves the illegal killing of a person either with or without an intention to kill depending upon how a particular jurisdiction has defined the offence.

Acts which result in a person’s death come under the definition of culpable homicide under Section 299 of India’s penal code which defines culpable homicide as the act of causing death; (i) with the intention of causing death or (ii) with the intention of causing such bodily injury as is likely to cause death or (iii) with the knowledge that such act is likely to cause death.

Farmers deaths in Vidarbha have resulted from Monsanto collecting illegal royalty and trapping farmers in debt, pushing them to suicide, establishing monopoly, selling Bt Cotton with the false claim that it will control pests.

Monsanto knew that its actions were likely to cause farmers deaths. When the epidemic of farmers suicides started in the cotton belt where Monsanto had established its monopoly, Monsanto continued to extract illegal royalties and even initiate legal actions against the Agriculture Ministry and the Competition Commission when they tried to bring relief to farmers through their decisions. It thus deliberately aggravated the conditions leading to farmers deaths.

Nearly 85% of the more than 300,000 farmers suicides are in the cotton areas where Monsanto established a 99% monopoly.

The government needs to take steps to make Monsanto pay for these deaths.

All farmers’ debts in Vidarbha should be cancelled because they are illegitimate debts. Farmers should be paid back the illegal royalties collected by government collecting it from Monsanto.

Monsanto needs to be penalised for violation of laws and for damages.

Monsanto’s Roundup should be banned since it has been identified as a probable carcinogen by WHO and has been banned in Sri Lanka because of kidney disease and kidney failure.

After all claims are settled, Monsanto must Quit India.This is what we said in 1998 when we found out that Monsanto had brought its Bt Cotton seeds illegally into India.  And we will continue work to stop the stealing of farmers lives and robbing India of her wealth and wellbeing.

Finally we need to work collectively towards creating an Organic Vidarbha that is free of poisons and toxics and pesticide deaths, of debt and farmers suicides.

Towards Organic (Jaivik) Vidarbha 2047

Vidarbha is Gandhi’s Karmabhoomi and Dharmabhoomi  from where he spun khadi as a Fibre of Freedom and of Life, and from where he evolved living examples of Gram Swaraj.

Creating an Organic (Jaivik) Vidarbha, on Gandhi’s vision and example, is necessary to stop farmers deaths, through both pesticide poisoning and suicides due to debt.

Farmers of Vidarbha have a Right to Live, like all citizens of India, all members of the human family, all members of the Earth Family.

We started the forum of Organic Farmers, Samvardhan, to promote Organic Farming from Gandhi’s Ashram in Sewagram in the 1980’s. I started Seed banks in Vidarbha after the epidemic of suicides started.

For the past two decades we have worked to create alternatives to chemical farming and GMO seeds. Not only is organic possible, it has become necessary.

It is an ecological necessity because of draught and climate change. It is a nutritional necessity because hunger and malnutrition are growing in India. India is 100th in the global hunger index. Biodiverse Organic Farming produces more nutrition per acre and is the answer to hunger and malnutrition. Biodiverse Organic Farming, free of purchase of costly toxics and poisons, including toxic seeds, is the only way farmers can escape from  the debt trap. It is only through ecological poison free agriculture and building local economies in Gandhi’s vision that farmers can double their incomes. Organic chemical free, poison free, GMO free farming  is a human imperative  to end farmers suicides and pesticides deaths.

The transition to an Organic Vidarbha needs the following steps:

  1. Promotion of draught tolerance, climate resilience through organic farming
  2. Promotion of drought tolerant, climate resilient crops that are suited to the semi arid climate of Vidarbha
  3. Promotion of nutrition sensitive agriculture based on nutrition right crops such as jowar, chana, traditional wheat, tur, til, alsi instead of Bt Cotton
  4. Creation of community Seed Banks to make seeds of desi, non Bt Cotton and nutritious food crops available
  5. Promotion of participatory and evolutionary breeding and partnerships between scientists and farmers, agriculture university, krishi leaders and farmers communities
  6. Research and training on Organic Farming for farmers and scientists
  7. Value addition at the village level to double farm incomes, increased availability of nutritious food and increased opportunities for work and employment
  8. Farmers markets for Organic produce from village to towns
  9. Revival of desi cotton and khadi as a fibre of freedom.

Peddling Poisons and Lies, Stealing Lives 

Illegal entry: violating India’s Biosafety Laws, pushing a failed technology on India

Monsanto introduced Bt cotton in India illegally in 1995.

GMOs are regulated in India by Indian Biosafety Law Rules for the Manufacture, Use, Import, Export and Storage of Hazardous Microorganisms, Genetically Engineered Organisms or Cells, 1989 — framed under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.

On 10thMarch 1995, MAHYCO, a collaborator with Monsanto, imported 100 grams of the Bt Cotton seed after obtaining permission from Review Committee of Genetic Manipulation (RCGM) under the Department of Biotechnology, and not from the GEAC, which, under the Environment (Protection) Act 1986, is the only body that can grant permission for importing genetically engineered substances (seeds in the present case). Monsanto MahyCo did not have the approval and that is why the import of 100gms of Bt Cotton seed in 1995 was illegal.

Rule 7(1) forbids imports without approval  of GEAC.

(1) No person shall import, export, transport, manufacture, process, use or sell any hazardous microorganisms of genetically engineered organisms/substances or cells except with the approval of the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee.

In 1998 Monsanto- MAHYCO illegally began the large scale, multicentric, open field trials in 40 acres at 40 locations spread over nine states. These field trials were also started without the permission from GEAC even though it is the sole agency to grant permission for large-scale open field trials of GMO’s under the 1989 Rules.

According to Rule 4, only the GEAC has the power to grant approval for GMO imports and deliberate release into the environment for field trials and commercial release.

(4) Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC)

This committee shall function as a body under the Department of Environment, Forests and Wildlife for approval of activities involving large scale use of hazardous microorganisms and recombinants in research and industrial production from the environmental angle. The Committee shall also be responsible for approval of proposals relating to release of genetically engineered organisms and products into the environment including experiment field trials.

Rule 9 clearly forbids deliberate release without GEAC approval:

(1) Deliberate or unintentional release of genetically engineered organisms/hazardous microorganisms or cells, including deliberate release for the purpose of experiment shall not be allowed.

Note: Deliberate release shall mean any intentional transfer of genetically engineered organisms/hazardous microorganisms or cells into the environment or nature, irrespective of the way in which it is done.

Monsanto MAHYCO did not have the approval from GEAC for the field trials, therefore the trials of 1998 were illegal.

That is why I challenged Monsanto in the Supreme Court  of India through my writ petition  WPI 71 in 1999.

Even in its submission in the Gujarat HC case of illegal Bt Cotton the GEAC has admitted that Bt Cotton poses major risks. It says:

(i) The crop, which is standing, may pass to the soil that modified genes which it contains. The effect on soil microorganisms cannot be estimated and may cause an irreversible change in the environment structure of the soil. It is a standard practice to uproot crops which pose such a threat. The destruction by burning is to ensure safety to environment and human health and to obviate any possibility of cross-pollination.

While in the Navbharat case in Gujrat, the GEAC described  the Bt Cotton  as hazardous and ordered its uprooting and destruction of the seeds, a few weeks later in the case of Monsanto Mahyco the same Bt Cotton was approved as safe.

I filed a SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 3762 OF 2004 to challenge the commercialisation of Monsanto Mahyco Bt Cotton, because the illegal planting of Bt Cotton  of another company had been viewed as a threat to Biosafety and had been destroyed. It was also already known that GMO Bt Cotton fails to control pests. This case is still in the Supreme Court.

Selling a scientific fraud that Bt cotton is an effective pest control technology: a fraud that is costing farmers lives

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Monsanto pushed GMO Bt cotton on India and is now pushing it on Africa with the fraudulent claim that it controls pests and was a success in India.

The primary justification for the genetic engineering of Bt into crops is that this will reduce the use of insecticides. One of the Monsanto brochures had a picture of a few worms and stated, “You will see these in your cotton and that’s O.K. Don’t spray”. However, in Texas, Monsanto faced a law suit filed by 25 farmers over Bt Cotton planted on 18,000 acres which suffered cotton boll worm damage and on which farmers had to use pesticides in spite of corporate propaganda that genetic engineering meant an end to the pesticide era.

In 1996, 2 million acres in the US were planted with Monsanto’s Bt transgenic cotton called Bollgard, which had genes from the bacteria Bacillus thuringensis (Bt). The genetically engineered cotton generates a natural toxin to kill caterpillars such as cotton bollworm, tobacco budworm and pink bollworm.

However, cotton bollworms were found to have infested thousands of acres planted with the new breed of cotton in Texas. Not only did the genetically engineered cotton not survive cotton bollworm attack, there are also fears that the strategy will create super bugs by inducing Bt – resistance in pests. The question is not whether super-pests will be created, but when they will become dominant. The fact that non-engineered crops need to be planted near the engineered crops reflects the reality of the creation of resistant strains of insects.

The Texas failure shows that Monsanto knew that its Bt Cotton does not control pests when it lied to Indian farmers and the Indian government.

In 1998 when Monsanto started its illegal Bt Cotton trial without GEAC approval it was scientifically known that Bt crops will not control pests, and emergence of resistance is inevitable.


Monsanto knew before introducing Bt cotton in India that it would fail to control pests. And, the failure led to farmers distress, and in extreme cases death due to suicides forced through debt or death due to pesticide poisoning.

The engineering of the genes for the Bt toxin into plants implies that high dose toxin is expressed in every cell of every plant all the time. Long term exposure to Bt toxins promotes development of resistance in insect populations. This kind of exposure could lead to selection for resistance in all stages of the insect pest on all parts of the plant for the entire season.

That Bt Cotton has failed has now even been accepted by the Government. The Central Government in 2015-2016, 14 years after the commercialisation of Bt Cotton in 2002, has accepted that Bt cotton has essentially failed. In an Affidavit in the Delhi High Court the Central Government said: “Pink bollworm, a major pest to the cotton crop, has already developed resistance in the last 2-3 years; farmers are a worried lot having sown Bt cotton seeds purchased at high price.” — It added, “The crop is getting damaged due to pink bollworm incidence. It is a natural phenomenon that over the years, efficacy of the technology goes down, hence the royalty on technology should also be reduced.”  The Centre’s affidavit, filed on 23 January, added that Bt “cotton seeds are now unaffordable to farmers due to high royalties charged by MMBL (Mahyco Monsanto Biotech Ltd) which has a near monopoly on Bt cotton seeds and that this has led to a market failure”. 

The Bollworm has evolved resistance to the Bt toxin. This emergence of resistance was known in 2002  and there is more scientific evidence about it since then.


In the era of antibiotics, we similarly develop resistance to them, a problem that is being manifested at the present time with particular emphasis in India because of the over-prescription & dosing of antibiotics.  The problem with both the Bt and HT GMO technologies is that they exert intense selection pressure on pest populations to evolve resistance, (the bollworm/rootworm for cotton and weeds through HT crops), bringing on resistance much faster than would have otherwise occurred. Both Bt and HT crops are as a result unsustainable GMO technologies in agriculture.

For cotton, the emergence of Bt resistant strains of budworms and bollworms poses a real risk once this historically effective pest control agent loses its effectiveness.

Further, since the Bt toxin in Bt Cotton is released in every cell and every part of the plant it has the impact of making pests resistant to the Bt and hence creating ‘superpests’, which will require more pesticide use instead of reducing pesticide use.

Insects were found to develop resistance rapidly to the transgenic plants with built-in biopesticide, when exposed to the toxin. This has been the problem with the Bt cotton crop at Texas.

The GEAC clearance for commercial planting of Bt cotton in 2002 was given on the ground that it leads to pest control. The Bt technology has failed as a pest control strategy.

Monsanto’s fraud, and government failure to stop the fraud, first trapped farmers in debt and then forced them to suicide.

Now farmers are dying because of pesticide poisoning, because farmers are being forced to use more pesticides.

Indian farmers are paying with their lives for Monsanto’s fraud. They are being forced to spray pesticides because Bt Cotton is failing to control the bollworm, and is leading to the emergence of new pests.

According to Kishor Tiwari, Chair of the Vasantrao Naik Shetkari Swavalamban Mission, Maharashtra government’s task force on agrarian distress, 9 farmers died due to pesticide poisoning in Vidarbha in Sept 2017. Four others lost their vision and  70 are under treatment in government medical college in Yavatmal after spraying   toxic insecticide on Bt Cotton which was not supposed to need pesticides because it was supposed to be a pest control technology which was an alternative to pesticides.


The number had increased to 35 in a few days, and the government has charged pesticide companies with culpable homicide.


The Chair of the task force on the Agrarian Crisis has clearly said in the case of pesticide poisoning deaths that Monsanto is liable  because it is the failure of its Bt Cotton that led to pesticide use and pesticide deaths.

The Chief Minister Fadnavis assured that a case of culpable homicide will be registered against the pesticide manufacturers for claiming that pesticides would control pests. But it is Monsanto which first claimed that its Bt Cotton will control pests and pesticides are not needed. So the probe for culpable homicide should begin with Monsanto.


The fraud is now being spread in Africa. Genetically engineered Bt crops are now being pushed on Africa as a sustainable pest control strategy and the case of Indian farmers is being sold as a “miracle”. However, the Bt crops are neither ecological nor sustainable. They are not ecological because internalising toxin production in plants is not a toxic free strategy — it merely makes toxics internal to plants rather than applied externally. The ecological impacts of this strategy of internalising toxics have not been looked at, though indications are emerging that genetically engineered Bt is harmful to beneficial insects such as bees and ladybirds.

Selling the scientific fraud that Bt crops are safe and “substantially equivalent” to the natural Bt in soil 

The Bt crop strategy is not a sustainable method for pest control because Bt plants release toxins continuously. Constant long-term exposure of pest populations to Bt encourages survival of individual pests that are genetically resistant to the toxin. As Margaret Mellon and Jane Rissler of the Union of Concerned Scientists state in their report Now or Never:

Over many generations, the proportion of resistant individuals in pest populations can increase, reducing the efficacy of the Bt. toxin as pesticide. If resistance evolves, Bt. toxins will cease to be effective both for the users of the new transgenic plants and those who have relied on Bt. sprays for decades. Scientists have estimated that widespread use of Bt. crops could lead to the loss of Bt’s efficacy against certain pest populations in as far as two to five years (Fred and Bruce, 1998).

The widespread use of Bt. containing crops has          accelerated the development of insect pest resistance to Bt, which is used for organic pest control. The genetically engineered Bt crops continuously express the Bt. toxin throughout its growing season. Long term exposure to Bt. toxins promotes development of resistance in insect populations.  This has happened in India.

It was known in the 1990’s and has been scientifically confirmed now that Bt in plants is different from the naturally occurring Bt in the soil.

New studies are showing that Monsanto took a safe natural pest control agent, Bt , and made it a “Supertoxin” by genetically engineering it into  plants.

The scientific fraud begins with the claim that Bt toxin in crops affects only the bollworm species and controls it.

This is doubly false. While natural Bt affects only the caterpillar family, the “high dose toxin” or “super toxin “ in GMO Bt crops affects a wide range of species. Other species are also affected. Further, the bollworm has evolved resistance to Bt as the Indian experience with Bt shows.

As Jonathan R. Latham, Madeleine Love & Angelika Hilbeck (2017), in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews, 33:1, 62-96, DOI: 10.1080/02648725.2017.1357295. have stipulated:

“Bt toxins are a diverse family of protein toxins produced in nature by the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis, which is a gut pathogen of many species. Naturally occurring toxins (also known as Cry toxins) of B. thuringiensis are believed to all have very limited toxicity ranges. These toxins exist in nature as crystals packaged around DNA. Through a complex sequence of unpacking and protein processing steps these molecules are converted to active toxins and kill their targets by creating holes in the membranes of the gut lining of their victims.

…… The biotech industry claims that its Bt toxins  are natural and as safe as those used by organic farmers. GMO regulators around the world share this view. Indeed, they make it the baseline assumption of their risk assessments for food safety and environmental toxicology. As we show in a new peer reviewed publication, however, assumptions of similarity of any GMO Bt with its natural ancestor are very wide off the mark. More than that, we show that the differences between natural and GMO Bt toxins are such as to make the latter much more toxic.”

Source: Have Monsanto and the biotech industry turned natural Bt pesticides into GMO “Super toxins”? Jonathan Latham, PhD

Our research has shown that Bt Cotton is affecting soil organisms and destroying the soil food web.

Since Bt is a toxin which the plant produces in every cell it is affecting biodiversity, soil health and pollinators .

A study published in a peer reviewed journal shows that in the Bt Cotton growing areas of Vidarbha, beneficial soil organisms have declined, undermining soil health and soil fertility. The result revealed a significant decline in actinobacteria (17%), bacterial count (14%) as well as acid phosphatases (27%), phytase (18%), nitrogenase (23%) and dehydrogenase (12%) activities in Bt cotton compared with non-Bt cotton fields.

Source: Applied Biological Research 14 (1): 00-00, 2012 effect of bt-transgenic cotton on soil biological health Jagadish C.Tarafdar*, Indira Rathore and Vandana Shiva Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur, Rajasthan – 342 003 (India) Navadanya, A-60, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016, India

The study was repeated in 2015, and the soil microorganisms had further declined due to Bt toxin. The decline ranges between 6 and 77% of different parameters, which indicate the severe adverse effect of Bt Cotton on soil biological health. A decrease in bacterial population between 51-77% was noticed under Bt Cotton growing areas as compared to non-Bt cotton soils of different districts.

Pollinators are also impacted by Bt crops

Our studies have shown there are no pollinators on the Bt Cotton in Vidarbha.

Impact on pollinator biodiversity has been found across the world.

Research by Cornell scientists showed that the Monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus was killed by ingesting milkweed leaves dusted with pollen from Bt cotton (Losey et al., 1999). Source:

A study by the National Pollen Research Unit in Scotland shows that the wind can carry viable pollen hundreds of kilometers in 24 hours. The study found that GM oilseed rape pollen had been carried three miles by bees and nearly 500 mts by air in 24 hours. The environment minister of UK, Mr. Micheal Meacher, has admitted that the bees which may fly upto 9 kms in search of nectar can’t be expected to observe a ‘no fly zone’, they even do not obey the 200 meters ‘no fly zone’ as currently required in UK regulations. Current trial plots where GM crops are grown have a buffer zone of 200 meters which is considered inadequate. As reported by Reuters World Report, BBC’s News night programme, on Wednesday, 29th September 1999 stated, that modified genes were found in pollen samples collected upto 4.5 kms from a field of GM oilseed rape in the Central England County of Oxfordshire. This was at least 20 times over a limit set by the Labour Government of just 200 meters. Therefore, in the context of this evidence, the Monsanto MAHYCO calculations on gene flow are clearly totally inadequate.

As we have stated earlier, wide spread use of Bt containing crops could accelerate the development of insect pest resistance to Bt, which is used for organic pest control. Already eight species of insects have developed resistance to Bt toxins including diamond black moth, Indian meal moth, tobacco budworm, Colorado potato beetle and two species of mosquitoes (Altieri, 1998).

According to the industry the promise of transgenic crops inserted with Bt genes is the replacement of synthetic insecticides used to control the insect pests. Since most crops have a diversity of insect pests, insecticides will still have to be applied to control pests other than Lepidoptera not susceptible to the endotoxin expressed by the crop. As said earlier, on the other hand several Lepidopteran species have been reported to develop resistance to Bt toxin in both field and lab tests, suggesting that major resistance problems are likely to develop in Bt crops which through the continuous expression of the toxin create a strong selection pressure (Tabashnik, 1994).


In addition to emergence of resistance in the pink bollworm, Bt Cotton has contributed to emergence of non target pests such as aphids, jassids,  army bug, mealy bug, white fly. As a result farmers are using more pesticides,  bearing more expenses and facing more frequent crop failure.  The high costs and the risks are leading to increasing debt and suicides. Governments are now even asking farmers to spray pesticides on Bt cotton.

Source: cotton/article8561303.ece


Monsanto cannot break its habit of violating laws: illegal spread of  Roundup Ready Bt Cotton

Monsanto is now illegally spreading  Roundup Ready Bt Cotton without approval.

In 2017 after reports of contamination, farmers of Vidarbha collected samples from different areas and sent them to the Central Institute for Cotton Research (CICR). As per the test results, bolls collected from six fields tested positive for Roundup Ready flex. The RR Bt Cotton was packaged as Bollgard -2 and is illegal. The CCIR  confirmed the presence of Roundup Ready (RR) Bt Cotton (report attached), which is not only illegal but a major hazard for the health of the Indian people as it has become a hazard in countries where Roundup and Roundup Ready crops are widely used.

This is the second time since ’95 Monsanto has illegally introduced GMO cotton in India. And it is the second time it is selling failed GMO technologies. Earlier it falsely claimed that Bt Cotton is a pest control technology and farmers will not need to use pesticides. Now it is promoting its illegal and failed Roundup Ready  Bt Cotton as a weed control technology.

The Government of AP ordered its officers to monitor the illegal spread of Roundup Ready Cotton. The Orders were suddenly withdrawn.


There are effective agroecological methods to control weeds.


Roundup Ready GMOs are not approved in India.

India and Indian agriculture are based on biodiversity. We harvest and use every bit of biodiversity whether it be from the grass on the boundaries of our farms to feed our cows, or eating the seasonal green leafy vegetables like vit A and iron rich Bathua and Amaranth as saag. Roundup not only will give cancer to the farmers and the consumer, but it will exterminate all biodiversity and rob India of food and nutritional security, aggravating the hunger and malnutrition problem. The food culture of millions of rural Indians will be destroyed if Roundup or Roundup Ready crops are allowed to spread illegally in India.

The Technical Expert Committee (TEC) of the Supreme Court had also concluded that Herbicide tolerant crops should not be allowed in India because they kill all plants, and in a land of rich biodiversity ,they can destroy the food security and livelihood of small farmers . Herbicide resistant traits can also contaminate the crops of which India is a Centre of Diversity .

We have called on the government to follow the advise of TEC, to ban all Herbicide Tolerant crops and have a moratorium for all GM crops for ten years until a robust, independent biosafety assessment is institutionalised.

In countries where Roundup Ready crops have spread widely on the false claim that it is a weed control technology, superweeds have emerged and are uncontrollable inspite of use new weedicides like dicamba. The amaranth has become a superweed in the US, and there are proposals to exterminate amaranth as a species, using gene drives.

Both Bt and HT are failed technologies that have created superpests and superweeds, instead of controlling pests and weeds. There are more sophisticated scientific agroecological approaches to control pests and weeds. We don’t need Monsanto Bt Cotton or Roundup.


My recommendation would be that glyphosate and Roundup, which is a more dangerous cocktail sold by Monsanto, should be banned in India for use as weedicide and as a desiccant.

Monsanto was caught illegally spreading Roundup Ready Bt Cotton in Vidarbha and Andhra Pradesh without commercial approval. It has written the  letter (attached in the annex) via Mahyco to the regulatory agency deferring its application for approval.

The letter says Bt Cotton has transformed the lives of Indian farmers.

It has driven them to suicide. It has caused death due to poisoning.

This is a toxic transformation.

The letter also attacks India’s Essential Commodities Act, the Seed Price Control Order, the exclusions from patenting and royalty collections built into Art 3j,  all of which are aimed at protecting farmers rights to reliable and affordable seeds. It is attacking our sovereign laws, our constitution, and our farmers.

The letter is an admission by Monsanto Mahyco that they can only exist in India if they have full freedom to commit fraud, steal lives .

The illegal cultivation of Roundup Ready Bt Cotton needs the same response that the illegal cultivation of Bt Cotton in Gujrat had in 2001.

In 2001, the illegal cultivation of Bt Cotton by Navbharat was found in Gujrat; in the Navbharat 151 case the GEAC in its submission to the HC had stated: “The destruction of the cotton produce as well as seeds harvested from this plant is also equally necessary. The cotton which has been produced is genetically modified cotton, the effect of which, i.e. allergenicity and other factors on mammals are not tested. The precautionary principles would require that no product, the effect of which is unknown be put into the market stream. This cotton which in appearance is no different from any other cotton will intermingle with ordinary cotton and it will become impossible to contain its adverse affect. The only remedy is to destroy the cotton as well as the seeds produced and harvested in this manner.
Since the farmers are being put to a loss, the further process to determine the compensation payable to farmers, who have unwittingly used this product has to be determined and undertaken.

I would respectfully submit that every day of delay in this matter       poses a threat to the environment.”

(Extract from the GEAC Order)

The spread of Roundup has also led to the spread of disease, specially cancer and kidney failure.

There are increasing demands in Europe and US to ban Roundup.


45% soils of Europe have been found to be contaminated with Roundup.


That is why Monsanto is sneaking its Roundup Ready Cotton, and with it Roundup to India.


Inspite of research by UN agencies, by independent scientists that establish certain chemicals to be carcinogenic, the industry that promotes chemicals in farming, and has its roots in war, attacks the institutions and creates a false debate. For example, the WHO identified Roundup (which contains glyphosate) as a probable carcinogen. Monsanto launched a massive attack on WHO as it had done on other scientists whose research had shown that Roundup and Roundup Ready GMOs are contributing to cancer.

As per the Lancet journal, exposure to glyphosate has been shown to cause

tumours of the mammary glands in rats. The International Agency for Research on Cancer has linked glyphosate exposure to cancer. Roundup is many many times more toxic than glyphosate alone.

Source :

Thousands of victims of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of blood cancer, have sued Monsanto. More than 100 of those lawsuits have been consolidated in multidistrict litigation in federal court in San Francisco, while other similar lawsuits are pending in state courts in Missouri, Delaware, Arizona and elsewhere.

The “Monsanto Papers” are papers released in Roundup case showing how Monsanto knew Roundup is carcinogenic, how it attacked scientists who had done the research on links between Roundup and cancer, how it paid scientists and journalists.

Discovery from that case showed that Monsanto knew its products cause cancer and had an entire internal programme entitled “Let Nothing Go” employing an army of internet trolls, and paid scientists and journalists. It has now been revealed how Monsanto attempted to smear the research of Gilles-Éric Séralini, the French scientist who published a groundbreaking study showing an increase in tumors among rats fed genetically modified corn and Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide.

A “draft” of an article written by Monsanto for Forbes “journalist” Henry Miller in 2015 that was identical to the article that appeared under his name in Forbes was found. Forbes has been forced to pull down the piece and end Miller’s employment.


Brent Wisner a lawyer of Baum Hedlund, the firm representing the cancer victims, said of the Monsanto papers, “This is a look behind the curtain. These show that Monsanto has deliberately been stopping studies that look bad for them, ghostwriting literature and engaging in a whole host of corporate malfeasance. They (Monsanto) have been telling everybody that these products are safe because regulators have said they are safe, but it turns out that Monsanto has been in bed with U.S. regulators while misleading European regulators.”

Monsanto’s influence on scientists and regulators has become a global problem.


Monsanto and Bayer have now merged. They contribute to cancer with their chemicals. They also sell patented medicine for cancer treatment.

Kidney failure 

On the island of Sri Lanka, 20,000 people have died due to kidney

failure attributed to glyphosate exposure. Sri Lanka had banned glyphosate after 40,000 reported deaths directly linked to kidney failure due to the use of this herbicide.


Birth defects 

Argentina has seen a rise in birth defects, cancers, kidney failures, infertility and various other diseases in an otherwise healthy people due to unchecked use of Roundup.


Roundup damages DNA

Minimal exposure by inhalation of glyphosate – even at 450 times less concentration than that used for spraying- damages DNA in the cells.


Seeds of Suicide: Monopolies and IPR Fraud are Monsanto’s only way of Capturing Markets, making Super Profits

Violating India’s patent laws, collecting illegal royalties, trapping farmers in debt and suicide

Monsanto has pushed GMOs fraudulently with one and only one aim -to collect royalties from every farmer in every season.

When we were forced to change our patent laws because of a WTO case, we ensured that India’s patent laws do not allow patents on seeds.

Article 3(j)  of the Patent Act excludes from patentability “plants and animals in whole or in any part thereof other than microorganisms; but including seeds, varieties, and species, and essentially biological processes for production or propagation of plants and animals”.

Art 3 j of India’s Patent Law recognizes that plants and animals are not human inventions, thus avoiding the hubris of patents on life which claim that life forms, including  seeds are “machines”, invented by corporations.

Monsanto has worked illegally in India not only in terms of violating the Biosafety Laws, but also the IPR laws. It has tried to write its own laws through imposing patents on seeds illegally through licensing agreements.

As recorded in the proceedings of the competition commission:

Monsanto Holding Private Limited (MHPL) is a 100% subsidiary of Monsanto Inc USA (MIU) in India and it is engaged in marketing of Bt Cotton hybrid seeds (trade name–Paras) and other field crop seeds. MAHYCO is also an Indian company, engaged in research and development, production, processing and marketing of hybrid seeds and open pollinated seeds in India. MHPL holds 26% stake in MAHYCO. Monsanto Mahyco Biotech Ltd (MMBL) is a 50:50 joint venture formed between MHPL and MAHYCO and is engaged in sub- licensing of Bt Cotton technology of MIU in India In 1998, MIU licensed its Bt Cotton technology to MMBL for further sub-         licensing by it to seed manufacturers in India, to incorporate this technology in the existing cotton seeds/ hybrids manufactured by Indian seed manufacturing companies. As per the facts made available, first sub-licensing took place in 1999 and it was subsequently renewed as per the terms of various agreements between MMBL and Indian seed companies. The resultant modified seeds were claimed to possess insect resistant traits termed as Bt Cotton seeds. In India, substances and products which contain genetically engineered organisms can be produced, sold, imported or used only with the approval of Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC). It is stated that BG-I was approved for commercialisation by GEAC in 2002 whereas, BG-II was approved for commercialisation in 2006.

First Monsanto cooked up patents on seed, falsely claiming that by changing a gene, they were creating the seed and all its future generations, and tried to introduce this illusion  in the TRIPS agreement. We were successful in excluding life forms from patentability in India’s law.

Inspite of not having patent, Monsanto started to collect royalties on its illegally introduced  Bt cotton. It collected an upfront, one time nonrefundable fee of Rs 50 lakh from each licensee and a recurring fee. Since it did not have a patent, it cooked up a category called “Technology Trait” to collect a “Trait Fee”, just another name for royalty. This royalty is finally extracted from poor farmers.

Since the trait is failing and since the “Trait Value” or royalty was illegally collected, Monsanto owes it to Indian farmers to return the illegally collected money, and compensate for distress and death.

India’s peasants are too small and too many to do contracts for a non existant IPR. So Monsanto locked in 28 Indian seed companies to collect royalties on Monsanto’s behalf –very much like the British arbitrarily appointed Zamindars to collect taxes and revenues from peasants in colonial times, ruining a rich and prosperous land and leaving us in poverty and destitution.

Such agreements are illegal because when Monsanto locked Indian companies into these agreements to extract royalties and trait fees, it had no approval for commercial planting. And it did not, and cannot have patents on seed.

Monsanto falsely claims in the agreements with Indian seed companies:

“Monsanto Patent Rights” shall mean all patents relevant to Hybrid Cotton Planting Seed containing the Monsanto technology and any patent application or issued patent in the US or any other country or jurisdiction …”

The agreements are fraudulent, and Indian farmers, Indian seed companies, and India have been cheated by extraction of “royalties”  on the basis of a non existent right:

  1. In 1999 Monsanto did not have commercial approval for Bt Cotton. By signing agreements for licensing before approval, Monsanto was engaging in illegal action
  2. Patent laws are sovereign laws. Patents issued in the US do not apply in India. Monsanto violated Indian laws by claiming patent rights in India falsely
  3. Art 3h and 3j of the Indian Patent law.

The licensing agreements allowed Monsanto to illegally collect super profits from farmers, trapping them in debt , pushing thousands to suicide.

As recorded in the Competition Commission proceedings, “The ‘Trait Value’ is the estimated value for the trait of insect resistance conferred by the Bt gene technology. It forms a significant portion of the Bt Cotton seed prices. It is stated that the trait value is determined by MMBL on the basis of Maximum Retail Price (MRP) of 450 gm seed packet (hereinafter per packet), in advance for each crop season. It is also stated that out of this trait value, some amount is disbursed as royalty to MIU.

It transpires from the facts placed before the Commission that the fixation of trait value has been a matter of dispute/litigation since 2005. It is alleged that in the year 2005, the trait value fixed by MMBL was Rs.1250/- per packet for BG- I which led to high value of Bt Cotton seeds manufactured using the said technology i.e. Rs.1700/- – Rs.1800/- per packet. This was allegedly very high in comparison to the price of non-Bt cotton seeds which were available for Rs.300/- per packet.”

(Ref. Case No. 02/2015 & Case No 107/2015 Page 4 of 26)

The open pollinated seeds were available for Rs 5-10 before Monsanto established its monopoly. If the farmers had their own seed, it was zero cost.

Monsanto’s  exploitation has ruined farmers, trapped them in debt, driven them to suicide. After all, the hefty royalty is collected from small farmers, even if it is rooted through an Indian licensee, just as the peasant paid the Lagaan, even when routed through Collectors and Zamindars .

Royalties collected by Monsanto from Indian farmers are therefore illegal. The extraction of royalties is criminal because it has taken farmers lives. Through the licensing agreements Monsanto established a monopoly in the cotton seed market. Monsanto controls 95% of the cotton seed supply through Bt Cotton. 85% of the more than 300,000 farmers suicides due to debt are concentrated in the cotton belt.

Seed is the basis of agriculture. The means of production and the basis of livelihood for farmers.

In less than two decades, cotton seed has been snatched from the hands of Indian farmers by Monsanto through displacing local varieties, introducing GMO Bt Cotton seeds and collecting royalties.

Since the legalisation of Bt Cotton in 2002, Monsanto has looted Rs 7000 crore from the poor Indian cotton farmers and is directly responsible for pushing Indian farmers into debt and suicide. Since ’95, over 3,10,000 have committed suicide most of whom are from the cotton belt of India.

Violating and Challenging the Seed Price Control Order Regulating Seed Prices

The issue of Seed Price therefore impinges directly on farmers rights. And since the high prices with the high royalty component  have driven farmers to suicide, State Governments have acted to bring down the seed prices.

The Centre has issued ‘Cotton Seed Price Control Order’ (CSPCO) to control prices of cotton seeds by fixing a uniform Maximum Retail Price (MRP) from March 2016.

The aim is to ensure cotton seeds are available at “fair, reasonable and affordable prices” and there is a uniform rate. The decision follows several representations by NGOs, farmers, and the NSAI for regulating sale price of Bt Cotton in the country (PTI, 2015).

The government has steeply reduced the royalty component from Rs. 183.46 that Monsanto and Mahyco Monsanto charge the farmers through seed companies to Rs 49. Trait value paid to Monsanto comes down by 73%.

Monsanto immediately tried to challenge the Seed Price Control Order. We intervened in the Karnataka High Court and the case was dismissed.

(writ petition 15173 and 15174 of 2016 in Karnataka High Court ) Source:

Monsanto tried every trick in the courts, saying Bt Cotton seed is not seed, it is “technology”. They tried to argue that the Essential Commodity Act under which the Seed Price Control Order was introduced cannot be applied to Bt Cotton because Bt Cotton is not Cotton Seed, it is a technology .

In 2016 Monsanto tried to undermine India’s Patent Law by getting  an interim  ruling through a single judge that it has patents on Bt Cotton in India .

(Order of the Learned Single Judge dated 28.3.2017 in CS (COMM) 132 of2016.)

Indian Companies falsely accused of “infringing” a non existent patent appealed in the Appellate Court.

I have intervened in the case in the Appellate Court through which Monsanto is challenging Art 3j of India’s Patent Act.

Every action of Monsanto is based on fraud and illegality and has created the conditions of farmers distress and deaths in India.

Every action of Monsanto shows that it cannot work within a country’s laws aimed at protecting the environment, farmers rights and security of citizens’ lives.

It acts above democracy and governments. It thinks it can destroy regulations as it pleases and manipulate science for its profits. This is why they have been banned from the European Parliament. It is time to ban them and their toxic products from India and the planet.

Violating Competition Laws, Creating Seed Monopoly, threatening Institutions of Democracy and Governance

Monsanto through Monsanto Mahyco has ensured that Bt Cotton controlled by them is used in more than 99% of the total cotton cultivation area in India.

High seed prices and the creation of a seed monopoly have been subject of cases since 2005. On August 30th 2005 the farmers association, Ryotu Sangham, Andhra Pradesh, had made a representation before the erstwhile Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission (MRTPC). The Government of Andhra Pradesh joined the case, and we also intervened. The MRTP observed that MMBL was in a position to charge arbitrarily for the Bt Cotton technology and could not offer any rational explanation for arriving at the trait value of Rs.1250/- per packet. In the meanwhile, MRTPC vide its interim order dated 11th May, 2006, observed that “There is a basic difference between royalty and trait value …and (these) are not synonymous… In any case the lump sum payment of Rs.50 lakhs may be considered as royalty for the same, but the future payments on sale cannot be termed as royalty” and held that “… by temporary injunction the MMBL is directed during the pendency of this case not to charge trait value of Rs.900/- for a packet of 450 gm of Bt Cotton seeds and to fix a reasonable trait value.”

The MRTP was later replaced by the Competition Commission of India. In 2015 the Government of India initiated a case in the CCI on Monsanto’s monopoly in the cotton seed sector.

( Case No. 02/2015 & Case No 107/2015)

The CCI observed that there was prima facie evidence of Monsanto’s monopoly and started an investigation. Monsanto was imposing: excessive trait fee, unfair clauses in the sub-licensee agreements leading to a monopoly.

Monsanto immediately challenged the CCI in the High Court of Delhi  (case  WP (C)  1776 0f 2016.) It challenged price regulation. It challenged  Art 3j of the Indian patent act. The case  against Competition Commission, like the challenge to price regulation is another example of the violator challenging the regulator, the criminal challenging the judge.

Now Monsanto is threatening the Competition Commission of India which is investigating the Cotton monopoly of Monsanto. It is challenging the Seed Price control order. And it is challenging Art 3j of the patent act.

It is even using the withdrawal of its application for Roundup Ready Bt Cotton after it was caught illegally spreading the GMO to put pressure on Indian government on its seed regulation.

For two decades, farmers of India have paid a very high price on account of Monsanto’s fraud, whether it be the debt, resulting from illegal royalty collection, in extreme case leading to farmers suicides, or pesticide poisoning deaths, because the Bt cotton did not control pests contrary to Monsanto’s claim. India’s constitution, India’s laws and Human Rights have been continuously flouted by Monsanto for its profits and monopolies as documented above. It is time we stop this series of crimes and violations. It is time to get unshackled from the Seeds of Suicide and pesticides and pesticide deaths. Through Seeds of freedom and Seeds of Hope we can go forward to GMO free Agroecology which protects the farmers, our biodiversity and our seed and food sovereignty.

Monsanto Approval Withdrawal Letter

















Farmers Suicides in Yavatmal – 2015

S. No. Farmer’s Name Suicide Date Village Taluka
1 Madhukar Pendor 02-01-2015 Runjha Kelapur
2 Prakash Rathod 01-01-2015 Chilli Umarkhed
3 Ramesh Khamankar 06-01-2015 Runjha Kelapur
4 Harichandra Paachbhai 03-01-2015 Khapri Maregaon
5 Atul Maane 09-01-2015 Bori Umarkhed
6 Manohar Shejal 09-01-2015 Tivrang Umarkhed
7 Sandeep Madke 03-01-2015 Mudana Mahagaon
8 Govndsingh Bais 15-01-2015 Hivra Jharijamani
9 Panchfula Rathod 15-01-2015 Kinhi Ghantji
10 Anil Petkule 11-01-2015 Dongarkh-arda Kalamb
11 Ankush Khadke 25-01-2015 Ichori Yavatmal
12 Sunita Rendhe 17-01-2015 Jhadgaon Ralegaon
13 Nitin Shinde 18-01-2015 Chikni Domga Ner
14 Nilima Thakre 19-01-2015 Metikheda Kalamb
15 Madhav Tambhare 22-01-2015 Sai E. Mahagaon
16 Punjaram Hade 23-01-2015 Ningur Umarkhed
17 Prakash Kubde 23-01-2015 Varna (Jhadgaon) Ralegaon
18 Haridas Shende 24-01-2015 Naygaon Babhulgaon
19 Umesh Nevare 23-01-2015 Ghatana Yavatmal
20 Bharat Aavare 26-01-2015 Harsul Digras
21 Arjun Rathod 26-01-2015 Malegaon Mahagaon
22 Prakas Kuttarmare 27-01-2015 Mohda Kelapur
23 Tulshiram Rathod 28-01-2015 Devnala Kalamb
24 Devrao Bhagvat 28-01-2015 Sonegaon Kalamb
25 Bansi Rathod 27-01-2015 Bodri Ghantji
26 Manoj Mahajan 28-01-2015 Khairi Ralegaon
27 Changuna Naranje 30-01-2015 Khairi Ralegaon
28 Madhukar Kinnade 27-01-2015 Mitnapur Babhulgaon
29 Gulab Mehar 28-01-2015 Jawla Aarni
30 Gulab Maroti Koratre 30-01-2015 Pandurna K. Ghantji
31 Akshay Koraam 02-02-2015 Pathradgole Ner
32 Arvind Rathod 02-02-2015 Sai E. Mahagaon
33 Suresh Shelke 04-02-2015 Vithala Digras
34 Kamaji Partuke 02-02-2015 Dhanki Umarkhed
35 Anandrao Pandagle 04-02-2015 Bhamb Mahagaon
36 Pravin Kothekar 03-02-2015 Sakhi Khu. Ralegaon
37 Gyanba More 05-02-2015 Shirmaal Mahagaon
38 Baby Mohurle 01-02-2015 Kayar Vani
39 Bhaat Vakde 08-02-2015 Morath Mahagaon
40 Pandurang Atalkar 09-02-2015 Sarul Babhulgaon
41 Sumedh Gharde 10-02-2015 Mangrul Ner
42 Shravan Pendore 11-02-2015 Musal Kalamb
43 Kavdu Vetti 14-02-2015 Mangurda Kelapur
44 Ramesh Ghodam 15-02-2015 Kavtha Kelapur
45 Sunil Sidaam 17-02-2015 Parva Yavatmal
46 Banddu Pote 18-02-2015 Parsoda Aarni
47 Dipak Patil 19-02-2015 Ichora Aarni
48 Uttam Kolhe 06-02-2015 Shilona Pusad
49 Babarao Meshram 19-02-2015 Anji Nri. Ghantji
50 Maroti Rangari 19-02-2015 Murkidpur Ner
51 Laxman Devhare 18-02-2015 Hivlni Pusad
52 Santosh Vaghade 21-02-2015 Dhoki Road Kelapur
53 Dharmansingh Jadhav 22-02-2015 Vithala Digras
54 Kamal Rathod 22-02-2015 Nilona Darvha
55 Ravindra Kote 23-02-2015 Savanga Khu. Digras
56 Vithal Rathod 24-02-2015 Dabhdi Aarni
57 Subhash Bichevar 24-02-2015 Vidhul Umakrhed
58 Narayan Raut 08-02-2015 Ralegaon Ralegaon
59 Narayan Mahalle 24-02-2015 Chinchgaon Ner
60 Govind Shinde 26-02-2015 Kuhard Darvha
61 Vishwanath Shinganjude 25-02-2015 Bhansra Aarni
62 Santosh Pawar 16-02-2015 Chopri Darvha
63 Gurudev Barekar 26-02-2015 Vasri Ghantji
64 Ramesh Rajne 28-02-2015 Bijora Mahagaon
65 Laxman Borkar 13-02-2015 Narsapur Kalamb
66 Pramod Balki 07-02-2015 Rajur E. Vani
67 Bebibai Rathod 27-02-2015 Vasri Ghantji
68 Shivdas Aade 25-02-2015 Dhamangaon Khu. Darvha
69 Shriram Urkude 03-03-2015 Khemkund Ralegaon
70 Sadashiv Vaghade 04-03-2015 Nimbala Vani
71 Gyaneshwar Kumre 07-03-2015 Moha Yavatmal
72 Amarsingh Pawar 08-03-2015 Gharephal Ner
73 Prashant Ingole 09-03-2015 Murkidpur Aarni
74 Sonu Sonvane 08-03-2015 Tivsala Ghantji
75 Savita Ganvde 11-03-2015 Vadhapur Yavatmal
76 Himmat Umate 12-03-2015 Borsingh Yavatmal
77 Gautam Kamble 09-03-2015 Pimpalkhuta Pusad
78 Bhutu Meshram 11-03-2015 Shivni Dadpapur Ghantji
79 Sunil Suryavanshi 14-03-2015 Krishnapur Umarkhed
80 Madhukar Aasutkuar 14-03-2015 Ganeshpur Vani
81 Mahadev Akkalvar 17-03-2015 Pimpalsh-enda Kelapur
82 Uttam Dhanve 18-03-2015 Vadgaon Pusad
83 Amol Khairkar 18-03-2015 Khairi Ralegaon
84 Maroti Rathod 22-03-2015 Yerda Yavatmal
85 Ramrao Rathod 19-03-2015 Telgavhana Darvha
86 Tanba Todsam 24-03-2015 Borgaon Kelapur
87 Subash Patil 24-03-2015 Metikheda Kalamb
88 Gyaneshwar Anandrao Mohurle 24-03-2015 Sayatkherda Ghantji
89 Narsh Yamsanvaar 28-03-2015 Sayatkherda Ghantji
90 Nitin Virutkar 29-03-2015 Pangdi Ghantji
91 Baliram Rathod 15-03-2015 Valtur Pusad
92 Kailash Chavan 27-03-2015 Chorkhopdi DArvha
93 Shakuni Kelegudi 04-03-2015 Salebhatti Maregaon
94 Ravindra Thak 31-03-2015 Kolgaon Maregaon
95 Ramji Chavan 05-03-2015 Aajanti Ner
96 Baban Ganvde 15-03-2015 Shirjgaon Ner
97 Rupesh Gajbe 02-04-2015 Vadhona Khu. Ghantji
98 Manik Aatram 06-04-2015 Govindpur Ghantji
99 Sahebrao Randhve 01-04-2015 Sondhabhi Umarkhed
100 Vinod Vankhede 08-04-2015 Koli Bu. Ghantji
101 Ramesh Gudhmvar 04-04-2015 Digras Jharijamani
102 Gajanan Pawar 09-04-2015 Savnaa Mahagaon
103 Sanjay Dhande 09-04-2015 Anandnagar Ghantji
104 Vilas Kakde 08-04-2015 Vaanjri VAni
105 Gotya Jadhav 08-04-2015 Ghui Ner
106 Namdev Teje 12-04-2015 Jhamkola Jharijamani
107 Praveen Sarve 13-04-2015 Pathradgole Ner
108 Nitin Raut 14-04-2015 Donad Khu. Ner
109 Kamlabai Chavan 19-04-2015 Saakhra Digras
110 Nathu Purke 18-04-2015 Dheli Yavatmal
111 Vindo Ekunkar 16-04-2015 Aashta-rampur Babhulgaon
112 Ramprabhu Vaadhai 21-04-2015 Manoli Ghantji
113 Omkant Thakre 22-04-2015 Bitargaon Khu. Umarkhed
114 Mohanlal Sherki 21-04-2015 Marchidra Maregaon
115 Dinesh Rathod 24-04-2015 Deulgaon Darvha
116 Dadarao Rathod 26-04-2015 Jawla Darvha
117 Ramesh Kokade 25-04-2015 Jamb (Vaghadi) Yavatmal
118 Ashok Jhade 26-04-2015 Nanyargaon Bu. Vani
119 Panjab Marakwar 27-04-2015 Isapur Umarkhed
120 Satish Ughde 30-04-2015 Vadad Mahagaon
121 Pyaj Pawar 21-04-2015 Aajanti Ner
122 Rupesh Meshram 02-05-2014 Bodad Vani
123 Jayram Pardhi 05-05-2014 Ghodkhindi Yavatmal
124 Dhanraj Yerkar 06-05-2014 Barbada Yavatmal
125 Umesh Savarkar 11-05-2014 Savargaon Kalamb
126 Narayan Mogre 11-05-2014 Gujri Ralegaon
127 Satish Kudmethe 12-05-2014 Khatara Kelapur
128 Laxman Nevare 13-05-2014 Dhanora Yavatmal
129 Mohan Rathod 13-05-2014 Brahamvada Aarni
130 Suryabhan Pendam 13-05-2014 Rajur Kalamb
131 Motiram Pawar 06-05-2014 Ratannaik Nagar Umarkhed
132 Shivam Rathod 13-05-2014 Sindkhed Ner
133 Datta Vankhede 17-05-2014 Shendursani Aarni
134 Pradeep Ravekar 21-05-2014 Nawabpur Ner
135 Ramdhan Rathod 21-05-2014 Baangaon Ner
136 Bhaurao Meshram 22-05-2014 Shivni Totapod Ghantji
137 Gajanan Aatram 23-05-2014 Moha Yavatmal
138 Santosh Pande 25-05-2014 Ghantji Ghantji
139 Raju Mungle 29-05-2014 Dongarkharda Kalamb
140 Bhumanna Gopevar 30-05-2014 Demadedevi Jharijamani
141 Rajesh Ramdas Rathod 21-05-2015 Mandwa Pusad
142 Narender Kashinath Khandse 10-05-2015 Karanvadi Maregaon
143 Mangal Ramchander Vaghmare 24-05-2015 Savangi Vani
144 Sunil Parashram Khamparkar 27-05-2015 Aarni Aarni
145 Gyaneshwar Ramdev Bhone 28-05-2015 Kondgaon Mahagaon
146 Subhash Ganpath Mahalle 29-05-2015 Shelu She. Aarni
147 Santosyh Madhav Ghande 26-05-2015 Kalmana Khu. Maregaon
148 Kavita Arun Lohat 31-05-2015 Soiet Ralegaon
149 Ramesh Bapurao Thavri 30-05-2015 Ganeshpur Vani
150 Suresh Narayan Narvade 04-05-2015 Bara Umarkhed
151 Gajanan Vitthal Mane 21-05-2015 Pimprikalga Ner
152 Arvind Udebhan Juvarkar 01-06-2015 Bori Darvha
153 Arvind Maroti Kalekar 01-06-2015 Sonmala Vani
154 Baliram Ramchandra Chavan 02-06-2015 Amboda Aarni
155 Jalpat Lachhu Meshram 02-06-2015 Chaalbardi Jharijamani
156 Shriram Ramdas Rathod 04-06-2015 Vasantvadi Pusad
157 Dadarao Mohan Agarkar 05-06-2015 Bhad Umri Kelapur
158 Bhashkar Chintaman Rathod 05-06-2015 Irthal Darvha
159 Kailas Lalu Jadhav 05-06-2015 Tembhurdara Umarkhed
160 Madhav Tukaram Gode 06-06-2015 Ghoddara Kelapur
161 Varsha Arvind Battulvar 06-06-2015 Dhoki Kelapur
162 Siddhesh Shravan Aatram 09-06-2015 Vaai Kelapur
163 Pawan Laxman Gavande Vay 09-06-2015 Jhadkinhi Kalamb
164 Hosabai Nagorao Chavan 09-06-2015 Ramgao Darvha
165 Shanta Prahlad Tajne 10-06-2015 Pimpributi Yavatmal
166 Nitin Namdev Telange 11-06-2015 Savarkhed Ralegaon
167 Gajanan Digambar Agashe 11-06-2015 Pathrad Gole Ner
168 Vasudev Nanaji Khasale 12-06-2015 Kotha Kalamb
169 Jivan Suresh Shinde 12-06-2015 VAghnath Mhagaon
170 Digambar Ishwara Nalavde 15-06-2015 Tivdi Umarkhed
171 Raju Devrao Devkate 17-06-2015 Uttarvadhona Ner
172 Devanand Laxman Mendhe 17-06-2015 Gandhinagar Kalamb
173 Ramrao Gulab Chavan 20-06-2015 Laakhi Pusad
174 Prakash Dajiva Hande 20-06-2015 Rajurvadi Ghaantji
175 Kistabai Hushna Yelpallevar 20-06-2015 Rajapeth Ghaantji
176 Rangrao Champat Kove 21-06-2015 Antargao Kalamb
177 Baban Chandbhan Sarode 25-06-2015 Khairi Ralegaon
178 Subhadhra Pandu Jadhav 26-06-2015 Shelu (Sendursani) Aarni
179 Bapurao Ramlu Mengavar 26-06-2015 Satpalli Jharijamani
180 Yuvraj Namdev Bankar 28-06-2015 Bhambraja Yavatmal
181 Ganpat Jaituji Ramgade 01-07-2015 Vadhona Kalamb
182 Gujabai Namdev Madavi 01-07-2015 Taakli Maregaon
183 Amol Tukaram Vayle 01-07-2015 Shirajgao Ner
184 Shankar Kashinath Ankhule 01-07-2015 Umarkhed Umarkhed
185 Vinod Ajaabrao Kinake 02-07-2015 Gondvakdi Kelapur
186 Pandurang Domaji Madavi 03-07-2015 Vaatkhed Babhulgaon
187 Marotrao Dattuji Yetre 03-07-2015 Pandhri Yavatmal
188 Sunil Kisan Aade 07-07-2015 Chorkhopdi Darvha
189 Akash Mahadev Kaapde 07-07-2015 Kodori Kelapur
190 Uddhav Ramchander Kongre 08-07-2015 Kumbhar- khani Vaarni
191 Ramrao Saduji Netaam 09-07-2015 Mustabad Babhulgaon
192 Vasanta Narayan Khillare 09-07-2015 Chatari Umarkhed
193 Pundlik Namdevrao Udhde 10-07-2015 Kinhi Valgi Darvha
194 Sanjay Shamrao Maraape 10-07-2015 Paadi Jamb Ghantji
195 Pratigya Sachin Rathod 10-07-2015 Chincholi Umarkhed
196 Sadanand Shriram Puri 12-07-2015 Kinhi Yavatmal
197 Shaleek Champatrao Gedam 12-07-2015 Vathoda Kelapur
198 Narayan Bapuraio Shelote 12-07-2015 Khairgaon Kelapur
199 Totabai Lachha Jadhav 12-07-2015 Chichghat Yavatmal
200 Bapurao Ramdas Jhade 12-07-2015 Raveri Ralegaon
201 Pundlik Bapurao Supalkar 13-07-2015 Dabha Babhulgaon
202 Sakharam Letu Aatram 13-07-2015 Mandvi Jharijamani
203 Pradeep Kantha Ganvde 15-07-2015 Ooty Mahagaon
204 Ananda Kaniram Rathod 15-07-2015 Bothbodan Yavatmal
205 Rajaram Tukaram Bhalge 16-07-2015 Bitargao Umarkhed
206 Bhaurao Pekaji Bandekar 17-07-2015 Takli Vani
207 Santosh Kavdu Nehare 18-07-2015 Ralegaon Ralegaon
208 Kisan Manik Ingle 18-07-2015 Borikhurd Darvha
209 Sanjay Baban Vaghade 23-07-2015 Kinhi Valgi Darvha
210 Sudhakar Vikram Vani 23-07-2015 Vadgao Po. Ste. Yavatmal
211 Sanjay Hiraman Rathod 27-07-2015 Rautvadi Mahagaon
212 Avinash Vilasrao More 27-07-2015 Kupti Umarkhed
213 Uttam Vitthal Mujmule 20-07-2015 Tarnoli Darvha
214 Manoj Vasudev Vyas 28-07-2015 Darvha Darvha
215 Ananta Pandurang Vankhade 01-08-2015 Chikhli Ner
216 Ramkrishna Narayan Langule 01-08-2015 Ghonsa Vani
217 Onkar Vijay Jadhav 02-08-2015 Naiknagar Aarni
218 Kaniram Dasu Pawar 03-08-2015 Chichvardi Aarni
219 Shankar Damdu Vaghade 04-08-2015 Vanoja Ralegaon
220 Arjun Uttam Rathod 04-08-2015 Ratannaik Nagar Umarkhed
221 Jaysing Devrao Jadhav 07-08-2015 Kharus Umarkhed
222 Shakar Uttarmrao Pimpalshende 08-08-2015 Aashtona Ralegaon
223 Kishor Dadarao Nagapure 07-08-2015 Dongarkharda Kalamb
224 Arun Lobhaji Kavle 09-08-2015 Mahagaon Mahagaon
225 Sameer Madhukar Nevare 08-08-2015 Kondjai Ghantji
226 Sanjay Dharma Meshram 11-08-2015 Jam Pardi Ghantji
227 Rameshwar Khendku Aatram 12-08-2015 Vasri Ghantji
228 Anusyabai Maroti Aasole 14-08-2015 Lohdari Pusad
229 Sham Ganpat Jadhav 15-08-2015 Ghamapur Umarkhed
230 Shankar Vishnu Prate 15-08-2015 Maanjri Kelapur
231 Yogesh Anil Vaghade 15-08-2015 Chichghat Sharjijamani
232 Prakash Tukaram Rathod 15-08-2015 Shivar Aarni
233 Nilkanth Bhaurao Domkavle 16-08-2015 Aamla Kalamb
234 Ashish Arun Kachve 19-08-2015 Umred Ralegaon
235 Rameshwar Bhaurao Bhange 19-08-2015 Shendri Bu. Darvha
236 Pravin Piraji Haran 20-08-2015 Baldi Umarkhed
237 Shriram Letu Pimpalkar 29-08-2015 Moha YTavatmal
238 Shital Gajanan Rathod 20-08-2015 Dhulapur Darvha
239 Laxman Champat Marskolhe 19-08-2015 Pedha Kelapur
240 Gajanan Kaniram Rathod 21-08-2015 Churmura Umarkhed
241 Indubai Vaman Ubhad 18-08-2015 Khandala Aarni
242 Gajanan Vittha Pidurkar 21-08-2015 Jarang Ghantji
243 Mahadev Murlidhar More 24-08-2015 Umri Vani
244 Nirmidas Anu Pawar 24-08-2015 Chikhli Raleaon
245 Vandana Suresh Pawar 24-08-2015 Ijni Mahagaon
246 Mukesh Kesrilal Jayasval 23-08-2015 Bori Khurd Darvha
247 Ramchandra Tukaram Lade 21-08-2015 Lathi Vani
248 Ramdhan Balchand Chavan 26-08-2015 Kamathvada Yavatmal
249 Nago Madhav Borkar 26-08-2015 Arli Kelapur
250 Ashok Shamrao Jatale 27-08-2015 Dagdhathar Mahagaon
251 Manoj BApurao Mudedelvar 26-08-2015 Vaghartakli Ghantji
252 Maroti Sadu Nagbhidkar 24-08-2015 Velabai Vani
253 Sanjay Ravan Rathod 27-08-2015 Pimpri E Mahagaon
254 Satish Baban Maskar 28-08-2015 Vadeshi Ralegaon
255 Ramdas Anandrao Tumram 29-08-2015 Shibla Jhari Jamni
256 Rambhau Vikram Kumbhre 30-08-2015 Pimpri Eijara Ner
257 Ramesh Thakur Jadhav 05-08-2015 Bhandegaon Darvha
258 Kishor Suresh Chavan 30-08-2015 Shelodi Darvha
259 Roshan Natthu Rathod 30-08-2015 Chinchpatra Digras
260 Antosh Balchand Rathod 03-09-2015 Umri Aarni
261 Prashant Bhimrao Nevare 05-09-2015 Shelodi Darvha
262 Ankush Tanba Kulsange 04-09-2015 Ratoda Ghantji
263 Datta Devba Bhusare 07-09-2015 Akoli Umarkhed
264 Gajanan Ukandrao Ganvde 11-09-2015 Kapeshwar Aarni
265 Ramkishan/ Ramkrishan Ganpat Vagh 14-09-2015 Mrathvakdi Kelapur
266 Gangadhar Hemraj Bonde 14-09-2015 Pimplapur Kelapur
267 Amol Valmikrao Gotefode 15-09-2015 Yevti Ralegaon
268 Ulhas Prahlad Rathod 08-09-2015 Chilli Umarkhed
269 Kishor Suryabhan Bodhale 08-09-2015 Jharpat Vanio
270 Govind Bajirao Jadhav 13-09-2015 Dhindala Umarkhed
271 Amit Hanjari Rathod 16-09-2015 Vadgaon Pusad
272 Maroti Saklal Jadhav 16-09-2015 Shivni Ghantji
273 Shalik Ramchander Bhadke 07-09-2015 Tembhi Ner
274 Arvind Kisan Sadvade 22-09-2015 Aamni Aarni
275 Prashant Narayan Thakre 21-09-2015 Virkhed Babhulgaon
276 Manekala Kisan Pawar 23-09-2015 Khemkund Ralegaon
277 Prakash Bhagwan Shelkar 25-09-2015 Beed Aarni
278 Vindo Bhatu Rathod 27-09-2015 Shingarvadi Pusad
279 Dashrath Jayram Shinde 26-09-2015 Pandhri Ner
280 Pramod/Pradeep Haribhau Sakharkar 26-09-2015 Karegaon Yavatmal
281 Ganesh Tukaram Rathod 24-09-2015 Kharus Khurd Umarkhed
282 Dinesh Suryabhan Patil 26-09-2015 Metikheda Kalamb
283 Rahul Madhav Bhagat 27-09-2015 Paloti Kalamb
284 Savitribai Balamvir Khatri 28-09-2015 Jamb Yavatmal
285 Suresh Kavdu Kumre 22-09-2015 Bhurki Vani
286 Digambar Ramchandra Raut 30-09-2015 Renukapur Ner
287 Ajiskhan Ibrahimkhan Pathan 27-09-2015 Vakodi Mahagaon
288 Shriram Pratap Chavan 01-09-2015 Bhandegaon Darvha
289 Madhesham Prabhakar Pote 30-09-2015 Velabai Vani
290 Madhukar Kashinath Umbarkar 26-09-2015 Chahand Ralegaon
291 Archna Rajesh Vagh 02-10-2015 Kalgaon Mahagaon
292 Balaji Ramesh Aade 02-10-2015 Narli Umarkhed
293 Dilip Kiran Dahule 02-10-2015 Naygaon Khurd Vani
294 Kishor Shamrao Kucchevaar 01-10-2015 Vani Vani
295 Babarao Bhivaji Mahakulkar 02-10-2015 Kayar Vani
296 Babarao Ramchandra Gourkar 03-10-2015 Kothurla Maregaon
297 Lalit Himmat Dhote 01-10-2015 Satephal Ner
298 Ramesh Shankar Rathod 04-10-2015 Morgavhaan Darvha
299 Datta Vaman Burkule 05-10-2015 Soiet Umarkhed
300 Govardhan Kisan Tungar 04-10-2015 Mahalungi Aarni
301 Vitthal Devba Madikuntavar 06-10-2015 Pimpri Kelapur
302 Rahul Divakar Khoke 07-10-2015 Dahegaon Ralegaon
303 Haridas Sitaram Kale 07-10-2015 Umartha Ner
304 Vilas Savji Aabale 12-10-2015 Mandva Pusad
305 Pandurang Ramji Tilvand 12-10-2015 Narli Umarkhed
306 Amol Jhitruji Thakre 09-10-2015 Tejni Ralegaon
307 Arjun Gonvinda Vatgure 14-10-2015 Savargao Ghantji
308 Dayaram Raghunath Pardhi 15-10-2015 Savargad Yavatmal
309 Vilas Laxmanrao Girulkar 14-10-2015 Kharadgaon Ner
310 Ranjana Jivan Dambhare 11-10-2015 Khandla Go. Vani
311 Mirabai Jagannath Dhote 13-10-2015 Suknegaon Vani
312 Kalavati Maroti Naitaam 15-10-2015 Vagholi Kelapur
313 Vinod Baban Rathod 16-10-2015 Fetra Pusad
314 Atul Sureshrao Kakde 16-10-2015 Gavandi Babhulgaon
315 Raju Dattatrey Bandukar 19-10-2015 Varud Yavatmal
316 Namdev Jholbaji Tapke 20-10-2015 Lohara Yavatmal
317 Prakash Sitaramji Burbade 24-10-2015 Kotha Kalamb
318 Vinod Baliram Rathod 25-10-2015 Aamla Khurd Digras
319 Vilas Dayaram Rathod 12-10-2015 Sukli Aarni
320 Vitthal Hemkla Rathod 26-10-2015 Sudhakar Nagar Mahagaon
321 Maroti Kisan Jadhav 24-10-2015 Ghosa Tanda Yavatmal
322 Balaji Raghuji Thakre 26-10-2015 Pimpaldari Umarkhed
323 Vishal Vitthal Kongre 21-10-2015 Ghandevada Vani
324 Gangadhar Kisan Maske 17-10-2015 Antargaon Aarni
325 Nikhil Parashram Ganfade 28-10-2015 Gavrala Maregaon
326 Shital Gyanba Tambre 27-10-2015 Bhandari Pusad
327 Keshav Sonba Shengole 29-10-2015 Ghodkhindi Yavatmal
328 Ashuka Dupesh Pawar 29-10-2015 Jhombadi Ner
329 Shantabai Bijaram Aatram 30-10-2015 Sakhra Khurd Ghantji
330 Ku. Priti Prakash Deshmukh 30-10-2015 Pachkhed Babhulgaon
331 Vijay Tanju Tuni 30-10-2015 Dahifal Ner
332 Pradeep Jayvanta Rathod 06-10-2015 Ningnur Umarkhed
333 Sunil Namdev Raut 02-11-2015 Vatkhed Babhulgaon
334 Rahul Jagannath Kemekar 03-11-2015 Vadgaon Ralegaon
335 Rinkesh Maroti Bacchevar 04-11-2015 Haatgaon Yavatmal
336 Gyanba Rama Bhise 05-11-2015 Dharegaon Mahagaon
337 Girijabai BabaNya Pawar 05-11-2015 Nimbha Digras
338 Laxman Jhansbaji Gajbe 05-11-2015 Bori G Maregaon
339 Vijay Ramdhan Rathod 05-11-2015 Shivar Aarni
340 Laxman Jeta Mude 11-11-2015 Ningnur Umarkhed
341 Pochna Narayan Nimmalvar 14-11-2015 Patanbori Kelapur
342 Gajanan Keshav Uike 14-11-2015 Devnala Kalamb
343 Bhagwan Namde Londhe 14-11-2015 Fetra Pusad
344 Ratnakar Alias Ambadas 15-11-2015 Bori Ralegaon
345 Manoj Nattthuji Nire 11-11-2015 Kosara Jhari Jamni
346 Chandrashekhar Shamrao Modak 16-11-2015 Shiroli Ghantji
347 Deepali Kavdu Raut 18-11-2015 Antargaon Ralegaon
348 Lalsing Narsing Rathod 14-11-2015 Ashwinpur Pusad
349 Pradeep Shamrao Khavle 20-11-2015 Dhanaj Ner
350 Pramod Gyaneshwar Uike 21-11-2015 Valchur Ralegaon
351 Laxmikant Ashok Vankhede 25-11-2015 Hardara Umarkhed
352 Kanhoba Tukaram Thakre 27-11-2015 Kumbha Maregaon
353 Gajanan Bhimrao Rathod 26-11-2015 Devulgaon Darvha
354 Kisna Vithoba Shivarkar 03-12-2015 Pimpalgaon Kalamb
355 Nandu Vitthal Bhusare 05-12-2015 Umartha Ner
356 Sachin Parmeshwar Nalavade 06-12-2015 Kirshnapur Umarkhed
357 Ganesh Devrao Metkar 06-12-2015 Kharad Yavatmal
358 Shamrao Lataari Tichkule 09-12-2015 Nimbha Darvha
359 Gajanan Diambar Khandare 09-12-2015 Kharbi Umarkhed
360 Krishna Alias Kisnaji Naryaan Ambaar 09-12-2015 Soiet Ralegaon
361 Madhav Datta Devtare 10-12-2015 Fulsavangi Mahagaon
362 Ashvini Sachin Jayaswal 12-12-2015 Bhambraja Yavatmal
363 Pentanna Aashtra Kurenvar 11-12-2015 Aakoli Kelapur
364 Suresh Pundhlik Mahure 11-12-2015 Manki Vani
365 Maroti Nagoji Marbate 12-12-2015 Chani Darvha
366 Gyaneshwar Manik Kolse 14-12-2015 Rohtek Yavatmal
367 Kapil Narayan Lengure 14-12-2015 Sayatkharda Ghantji
368 Shamrao Sitaram Aatram 16-12-2015 Vasri Ghantji
369 Dinesh Harising Jadhav 17-12-2015 Pachvad Ner
370 Pramod Shravan Purke 17-12-2015 Parsoda Ralegaon
371 Gangareddy Ramlingu Atremvar 19-12-2015 Lingti Kelapur
372 Vishal Namdevrao Pawar 17-12-2015 Marwadi Ner
373 Prabhakar Shankar Khasdar 18-12-2015 Kohla Ner
374 Bandu Swai Ratne 17-12-2015 Lingi Vai Digras
375 Vinod Sudam Chavan 10-12-2015 Sakhra Aarni
376 Mohan Bhika Rathod 21-12-2015 Morvadi Mahagaon
377 Raibai Nanaji Hivarkar 21-12-2015 Adegaon Jharijamni
378 Rekhabai Bandu Vadhai 21-12-2015 Vadjapur Vani
379 Mahadev Maroti Upase 22-12-2015 Paramdoh Vani
380 Vaman Letuji Lengure 23-12-2015 Sayatkharda Ghantji
381 Ambadas Vaman Khandare 25-12-2015 Sai E Mahagaon
382 Bhaskar Kisanrao Ganvde 23-12-2015 Pahapal Kelapur
383 Devidas Dagdu Chavan 25-12-2015 Daheli Kelapur
384 Shilabai Mohan Rathod 22-12-2015 Devnala Kalamb
385 Mohan Shankar Rathod 24-12-2015 Devnala Kalamb
386 Anil Namdev Bhujade 25-12-2015 Katri Kalamb
387 Prashant Dadaji Kakde 15-12-2015 Chanoda Maregaon

Farmers Suicides in Washim – 2015

S. No. Farmer’s Name Age Suicide Date Village Taluka
1 Keshav Labhde 45 06-01-2015 Tornala Washim
2 Shilabai Aathvale 42 08-01-2015 Lohara Karanja
3 Mathurabai Ginhe 55 10-01-2015 Devthana-khamb Malegaon
4 Santosh Shinde 30 14-01-2015 Shahpur Mangrulpir
5 Pappu Rathod 23 16-01-2015 Dapura Khu. Manora
6 Gyaneshwar Ingole 18 24-01-2015 Shirsala Malegaon
7 Kishor Pawar 45 28-01-2015 Rohana Manora
8 Bhaurao Choudhry 40 31-01-2015 Chehel Mangrulpir
9 Sanjay Gavande 35 30-01-2015 Saykheda Washim
10 Ismail Pampuwale 03-02-2015 Vaalai Karanja
11 Anil Mangavne 24 27-02-2015 Depul Washim
12 Ramesh Bhagat 50 12-02-2015 Pedgaon Washim
13 Banddu Aatpadkar 30 18-02-2015 Dastapur Mangrulpir
14 Vishnu Fuke 45 19-02-2015 Mangrul Jhanak Risod
15 Santosh Bangar 37 25-02-2015 Yevti Risod
16 Sushila Dolas 32 24-02-2015 Karkheda Manora
17 Vishnu Linge 22 04-03-2015 Rishod Risod
18 Pratibha Nemane 19 06-03-2015 Pasarni Karanja
19 Subhash Nainnavre 50 06-03-2015 Torekheda Karanja
20 Santosh Rathod 52 09-03-2015 Chondhi Manora
21 Raju Ugle 40 07-03-2015 Umri Manora
22 Jijabai Iyate 30 18-03-2015 Kavthal Mangrulpir
23 Vithal Vani 35 17-03-2015 Keki Malegaon
24 Ramrao Markad 65 22-03-2015 Tanka Washim
25 Sahebrao Thakre 45 20-03-2015 Kupta Manora
26 Vinod Jogi 32 24-03-2015 Bembla Karanja
27 Arun Bonke 45 02-04-2015 Yevta Karanja
28 Tejrao Khillare 55 04-04-2015 Khadki Sadaar Risod
29 Mohan Manvar 40 06-04-2015 Vai Karanja
30 Gokul Rathod 30 18-04-2015 Masola Khurd Mangrulpir
31 Ashok Buruse 35 11-04-2015 Haraal Risod
32 Kashinath Thembre 50 18-04-2015 Kunha Risod
33 Vishnu Shelokar 35 29-04-2015 Yevta Karanja
34 Bhagwan Ingle 25 12-05-2015 Parditikhe Risod
35 Gajanan Khadse 36 13-05-2015 Kharola Washim
36 Mohan Ugle 43 14-05-2015 Nimbajahangir Karanja
37 Nilkhant Khandagle 75 19-05-2015 Khreda Bu. Karanja
38 Kailas Redhe 45 25-05-2015 Loni Risod
49 Santosh Jadhav 32 31-05-2015 Haraal Risod
50 Shankar Rathod 32 09-06-2015 Bhuli Manora
51 Madhukar Chitakvar 50 12-06-2015 Pardi Takmor Washim
52 Sanju Maghade 40 24-06-2015 Ramgaon Mangrulpir
53 Manohar Gudhane 50 26-06-2015 Virgvhaan Karanja
54 Bhaurao Chavan 50 27-06-2015 Jyotibanagar Manora
55 Kailash Vasu 25 01-07-2015 Dhanaj Karanja
56 Manglik Aade 33 09-07-2015 Somnath Nagar Manora
57 Devidas Take 58 12-07-2015 Dhanaj Karanja
58 Sandev Shelke 22 16-07-2015 Mouje Mungla Malegaon
59 Nandkishor Mhaske 37 17-07-2015 Dhanaj Bu. Karanja
60 Durgabai Deshmukh 55 17-07-2015 Kata Washim
61 Mahindra Ramteke 36 31-07-2015 Vilegat Karanja
62 S. Rukmina Varle 45 27-07-2015 Dhamdhami Malegaon
63 Prahlad Kankal 60 06-08-2015 Kalakamatha Malegaon
64 Dinkar Bhagat 40 16-08-2015 Hanvatkheda Malegaon
65 Sumanbai Vagh 60 05-08-2015 Govardhan Risod
66 Ramesh Dighde 58 16-08-2015 Umbarda Bazaar Karanja
67 Rukhmabai Gavai 45 16-08-2015 Jawla Washim
68 Vishnu Walukar 50 17-08-2015 Gaudala Risod
69 Satish Dhavak 34 20-08-2015 Bhambdevi Karanja
70 Ganesh Jadhav 23 21-08-2015 Vaigoul Manora
71 Indrajeet Thakre 22 24-08-2015 Janunakhurd Mangrulpir
72 Santosh Thakre 30 24-08-2015 Gwha Manora
73 Ulhas Jadhav 45 26-08-2015 Aasola Khu. Manora
74 Shamrao Saanap 56 27-08-2015 Chakoli Risod
75 Varsha Nighot 35 30-08-2015 Taakli Karanja
76 Sunita Rathod 31-08-2015 Mojhri Mangrulpir
77 Shivaji Sable 32 30-08-2015 Bhapur Risod
78 Viththal Khirade 45 03-09-2015 Yevta Risod
79 Keshav Pakramode 35 03-09-2015 Girat Manora
80 Datta Laandge 30 11-09-2015 Jaulka Malegaon
81 Shaam Ghuge 23 13-09-2015 Brahmanwada Malegaon
82 Baban Pofle 55 13-09-2015 Dubalwel Malegaon
83 Shrikrishnarao Sarnaik 48 15-09-2015 Chikhli Risod
84 Babulal Bhika Rathod 35 13-09-2015 Hatna Mnora
85 Arvind Ramdas Tantarpande 33 20-09-2015 Meha Karanja
86 Nmdev Janguji Gajbhiye 75 21-09-2015 Tarkhreda Karanja
87 Vishwas Govindrao Ugle 55 23-09-2015 Nimba Jahangir Karanja
88 Bhagvat Datta Borkar 47 23-09-2015 Dhodap Risod
89 Sushila Vishnu Tidke 55 26-09-2015 Kajaleshwar Karanja
90 Ramdhan Ramdas Chavan 54 05-10-2015 Lohgaon Karanja
91 Laxman Ganpat Aadhav 65 12-10-2015 Brahmanvada Washim
92 Chandbhan Laxman Nirgude 40 11-10-2015 Pimpalgaon Washim
93 Uttarm Piraji Gavli 54 10-10-2015 Karanji Risod
94 Rekha Ramchandra Ambhore 32 02-10-2015 Chinchla Mangrulpir
95 Radhoji Narayan Labde 65 26-10-2015 Shendurjana More Mangrulpir
86 Sanjay Laxman Tidke 42 20-10-2015 Vakad Bhag 1 Risod
97 Gajanan Kalnu Sawant 35 16-10-2015 Pangarkheda Washim
98 Pandurang Vasudev Wankhede 45 29-10-2015 Bambarda Karanja
99 Sakharam Bandu Bhurkade 45 28-10-2015 Kaldara Malegaon
100 Shshikala Yashvant Mule 75 23-10-2015 Masola Bu. Mangrulpir
101 Prahlad Shivram Jadhav 45 28-10-2015 Gobhni Risod
102 Prashant Gokul Jadhav 22 31-10-2015 Vasant Nagar Manora
103 Uttam Rodba Chavan 65 07-10-2015 Rudrala Manora
104 Anil Gyanba Bangre 24 03-11-2015 To Ta Washim
105 Namdev Nagorao Babhal 45 01-11-2015 Gorva Manora
106 Shriram Govinda Khirade 60 05-11-2015 Dhanaj Bu. Karanja
107 Arvind Bansiram Khadse 45 07-11-2015 Medra Manora
108 Panchfula Kisan Chavan 70 07-11-2015 Sevadas Nagar Manora
109 Pandit Ramji Godmale 37 08-11-2015 Dhoni Manora
110 Prahlad Namdev Gayakvad 62 08-11-2015 Mohri Mangrulpir
111 Gorkhu Govinda Koli 55 10-11-2015 Kunha Risod
112 Subhash Dashrath Khule 22 08-11-2015 Musalvadi Malegaon
113 Ramesh Ukanda Adlinge 45 17-11-2015 Shaha Karanja
114 Waman Kisan Vakde 55 11-11-2015 Ansing Malegaon
115 Kundlik Namdev Pawar 25 16-11-2015 Mohagavhan Karanja
116 Ramji Prahlad Vankhede 50 19-11-2015 Ekamba Washim
117 Sheshrao Lalsing Aade 52 20-11-2015 Shendurj-anamore Manora
118 Ajabrao Jaganrao Jadhav 32 29-11-2015 Mahagaon Karanja
119 Vishnu Namdev Muthal 48 24-11-2015 Shodga Malegaon
120 Sachin Bhaurao Jichkar 28 26-11-2015 Pilkhreda Karanja
121 Shantiram Ukanda Godmale 35 05-12-2015 Salanga (Jaha.) Washim
122 Ayodhaya Bharat Nakhate 21 10-12-2015 Chandsa Malegaon
123 Sanjay Vishnu Chavan 35 18-12-2015 Girda Karanja

Farmers Suicides in Washim – 2016

S. No. Farmer’s Name Age Suicide Date Village Taluka
1 Munnibai J. Piru Garve 28 01-01-2016 Shivni Road Mangrulpir
2 Savita Prashant Gujar 27 02-01-2016 Malshelu Mangrulpir




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Gulabrao  Muke Motala 27.2.15 Dhussar Bu. 65
2 Gajanan Hari Makh Motala 23.2.15 Kolhi Gavli 38
3 Gajanan Abhore Motala 10.3.15 Murti 40
4 Ishwar  Shinde Motala 3.2.15 Vadgaon 36
5 Niti Ghait Motala 24.2.15 Vadi 35
6 Madan Rathod Motala 31.1.15 Motmara 55
7 Sanjay Pundlik Shinde Motala 6.6.15 Kolhigavli 47
8 Madhukar  Babaskar Motala 14.8.15 Saroldhir 47




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Nirvati  Satav -do- 4.11.15 Vagul 45
2 Shanker Nahavakr -do- 6.2.15 Narvel 65
3 Samadhan  Sanvle -do- 10.4.15 Narvel 55




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
17. Baliram Umale -do- 6.5.15 Dhanora Vitali 65




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Digamber Tayde -do- 5.1.15 Kinhi  M. 39
2 Soma More -do- 16.2.15 Kinhi  M 79
3 Gajanan Pandre -do- 12.2.15 Doodha 40
4 Raju Mahadev Nare -do- 6.4.15 Hivarkhed 42
5 Mahadev Gaigol -do- 23.4.15 Antraj 65
6 Gajanan Deshmukh -do- 3.5.15 Chinchpur 30




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Bhikaji  Metkar -do- 22.5.15 Javla P 45
2 Samadhan Dalvi -do- 27.2.15 Matargaon B. 42
3 Babarao Nehle -do- 7.5.15 Chincholi 60
4 Shrikishan Gavande -do- 28.5.15 Golegaon 60
5 Pramola Paraskar -do- 31.5.15 Pahurjira 65
6 Madhukar Bodde -do- 13.3.15 Golkhed 61




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Ambadas Nirmal -do- 29.3.15 Bhindwal 45
2 Ashok Ugle -do- 5.4.15 Nimak Rad 58
3 Ramesh Ingle -do- 26.6.15 Tikale 42




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Prahlad Davar -do- 9.2.15 Vasade 50
2 Bhaskar Jhadokar -do- 11.2.15 Patroda Kh. 32
3 Rajesh  Avchar -do- 1.1.15 Aavar 35
4 Vishwas  Gavade -do- 15.5.15 Jastgaon 50
5 Shesrao  Lajundkar -do- 9.3.15 Jastgaon 75




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Pandri Nath Sanap -do- 8.1.15 Andhera 50




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Vijay Ghayavat -do- 19.1.15 Karvant
2 Kailasha  Ghayde -do- 25.1.15 Yevta 35
3 Devidas Mandve -do- 10.1.15 Dongar Shevli 50
4 Sunil  Ambore -do- 14.2.15 Undri 25
5 Kishore  Ambore -do- 25.3.15 Girola 26
6 Shesrao Chinchole -do- 26.4.15 Malgani 57
7 Sandeep  Kavle -do- 23.5.15 Bharosa 19
8 Narayan  Ingle -do- 25.5.15 Amdapur 62
9 Rameshwar  Atole -do- 27.5.15 Sheatol 45
10 Atma Ram Gavai -do- 13.3.15 Haralkhed 65




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Subhash Vaid -do- 12.3.15 Mehkar 45
2 Kamal Savdatkar -do- 20.2.15 Mohkhed 58
3 Triyambak  Manvachkar -do- 11.3.15 Bori 55
4 Amol   Khokhle -do- 2.2.15 Babulkhed 21
5 Purushottam Phulke -do- 17.4.15 Deoul Gaon M 65
6 Kamal Khule -do- 2.6.15 Dengurkhed 37
7 Vasudev Imle -do- 6.6.15 Pimpri Mali 38
8 Gyaneshwar Kangre -do- 23.4.15 Sanvangi Veer 52
9 Madhukar Shinde -do- 25.6.15 Madali 45
10 Datta Bodkhe -do- 28.4.15 Jamgaon 45




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Sarjerao  Thag -do- 30.3.15 Bibee 27
2 Hawai  Bai Kute -do- 19.5.15 Pimpalner 65
3 Dwarka Bai Jadav -do- 25.3.15 Deva Nagar 55
4 Raghunath Imle -do- 10.7.15 Khalegaon 50
5 Achyutrao Tahatore -do- 3.8.15 Koyali 55




Farmer’s Name  Block Date of Suicide Village Age
1 Rahul Jadav -do- 3.1.15 Malvandi 42
2 Yashwanta  Sapkal -do- 12.1.15 Godala 65
3 Gajanan Gavande -do- 25.1.15 Dakli 24
4 Bhika  Kahale -do- 17.2.15 Kesapur 61
5 Deepak Ligode -do- 1.3.15 Jhari 30
6 Gyaneshwar  Kandje -do- 12.3.15 KulamKhed 46
7 Ganesh Sunone -do- 21.3.15 Chandol 55
8 Mohan Triyambak -do- 25.5.15 Chikhla 53
9 Raju Radal -do- 25.3.15 Kolvad 38
10 Ashok Salve -do- 7.5.15 Antri Teli 55
11 Devi Das Vaidya -do- 4.5.15 Sat Gaon M 58
12 Sachin Jadav -do- 30.7.15 Deoulghat 22
13 Mahadu  Hage -do- 6.8.15 Gasrul 52
14 Uttam Sunone -do- 17.7.15 Dudha 36
15 Amol  Salve -do- 18.5.15 Dogrul 24
16 Santosh Sunone -do- 8.7.15 Chandol 55
17 Gajanan Bagh -do- 9.6.15 Irrla 25
18 Nitin Chaudhary -do- 22.7.15 Sakhli 34
19 Ramrao  Gorade -do- 16.8.15 Dudha 55
20 Gajanan Chate -do- 14.4.15 Varkhand 22
21 Dashrath Wagh -do- 21.8.15 Irrla 30




Farmer’s Name  Age Village Taluqa Date of suicide
1 Atul Manikrao 29 Shirjagaon Chandurbazar 2.2.2015
2 Kalpana Vilas Gavande 40 Udkhed Moshi 6.2.2015
3 Ashish Viththal Rao 22 Nanori Chandurbazar 2.2.2015
4 Ashok Ramraoji  Bogde 46 Shedurjana B Tiwsa 24.2.2015
5 Motiram Kase 65 Karanja B. Chandurbazaar 22.2.2015
6 Ambadas Mahadev 64 Gunji Dhamangaon 4.2.2015
7 Prakash Damodar 28 Kunbhi Achalpur 15.3.2015
8 Sandeep Ramesh 39 Varud Varud 31.3.2015
9 Buddhi Ram Mawaskar 40 Shirpur Charni 10.3.2015
10 Vasudev Shalikram 52 Anjan Gaon Anjangaon 17.4.2015
11 Wahab Khan 70 Bad Narangai Daryapur 20.4.2015
12 Shani Sawalkar 22 Kalamkhar Dharni 15.4.2015
13 Umesh Thakre 38 Issapur Achalpur 7.4.2015
14 Surender Kale Waroli Chandur Bazar 10.5.2015
15 Shrikant Mankar 35 Kumbhargaon Anjangaon 3.5.2015
16 Raju Parasram Pandre Brahmanwada Amrawati 1.4.2015
17 Narender Shriniwas 28 Surji Anjangaon 13.5.2015
18 Ravinder Babarao Charpe 30 Yerla Morshi 18.5.2015
19 Sanjay Shridhar Chatur Bopapur Achalpur 20.5.2015
20 Nikhil Santosh Imle 15 Baghtoh Achalpur 31.5.2015
21 Bhanudas Yemle 52 Dhanigaon Anchangaon 27.6.2015
22 Ganesh Kishan Rao 32 Guljarpura Anjangaon 26.6.2015
23 Damodar Narayan Aashankar 84 Nayarao Anchalpur 18.5.2015
24 Shailesh Rambhau Aglaye 28 Shirajgaon  Kasba Chanduder Bazar 8.1.15
25 Sahebrao Janrao Akhre 54 Kunha Chander Bazar 8.1.15
26 Dilip Damodhar sayre 35 Ippalkhuta Chandur Bazar 8.1.15
27 Shankar Devidas Adkine 38 Tonglabad Chandur Railway 6.1.15
28 Kishor Namdevrao Kamble 52 Shahapur Dhamangaon Railway 14.1.15
29 Manak Shalikram Panekar 55 Chinchkumbh Chandur Bazar 4.1.15
30 Shamrao Shravan Lokhande 70 Loni Varud 13.1.15
31 Vasudev Atmaram Mankar 68 Kirajvala Chandur Railway 11.1.15
32 Wamanrao Babarao Thakre 62 Ratnapur Anjangao Surji 20.1.15
33 Anil Purshottam Vankhade 57 Tivsa Tivsa 1.2.15
34 Vishvnath Narayan Kathilkar 60 Mamdapur (Katkar) Morshi 13.2.15
35 Gajanan Devrao Khandare 40 Thilori Daryapur 18.2.15
36 Sunil Devman Gavai 38 Nadura Daryapur 4.2.15
37 Baban Sadashivrao Vidhle 31 Javla Shahapur Chandur Bazar 31.1.15
38 Sukhdev Kisan  Meshram 55 Rasulapur Chandur Bazar 29.1.15
39 Ramkrishan Banraj Malavi 67 Talni Morshi 31.1.15
40 Lata Vishnupant Bhagat 40 Jabla Shahapur Amravati 21.1.15
41 Rajsingh Ganpat Chavhan 60 Biroti Dharni 6.1.15
42 Subhash Ambadasji Vankhade 48 Gurudev Nagar Tivsa 19.2.15
43 Kadma Dadu Bhilavekar 60 Patiya Dharno 16.2.15
44 Ambadas Shamrao Shelke 80 Ramtirth Daryapur 27.2.15
45 Himmat Kashirao Kulat 55 Varud Bu Daryapur 24.2.15
46 Praful Dhanraj Kitukale 40 Masod Chandur Bazar 21.2.15
47 Ramrao Bandraji Savarkar 58 Purna Nagar Bhatkuli 21.2.15
48 Atul Narayan Laybar 27 Mahuli Jahagir Amravati 8.2.2015
49 Nilesh Prabhudas Shevatkar 28 Chandikapur Daryapur 13.3.15
50 Suresh Baban Vaghmare 45 Bebla Bu Daryapur 3.3.15
51 Vidya Ramesh Kachre 35 Talni Dhamangao Railway 15.3.15
52 Prahlad Sadashiv Dhabe 67 Malkapur Daryapur 19.3.2015
53 Bhimrao Ajabrao Bhidkar 45 Kumbhi Achalpur 18.3.15
54 Narayan Vithobaji Chandre 65 Manjarkhed Chandur Railway 3.3.15
55 Bhimrao Sitaram Badnerkar 70 Nerpiglai Morshi 16.3.15
56 Shivhari Vamanrao Dok 45 Khanapur Varud 5.4.15
57 Kisan Madhukar Ujbane 55 Devgao Dhamangao Railway 22.3.1015
58 Anil Himmatrao Dharmale 40 Thilori Daryapur 1.3.15
59 Ghanshyam Mahadev Ubarkar 30 Devgao Dhamangao Railway 22.3.15
60 Gokul Vasudev Shivankar 40 Chinchkumbh Dhamangao Railway 10.4.15
61 Rajesh Prabhakarrao Bode 40 Supalvada Chandur Railway 21.4.15
62 Nikhil Ramdas Gohad 23 Udkhed Morshi 15.3.15
63 Gajanan Pundlik 45 Shirkhed Morshi 5.4.15
64 Gajanan Ramchander Mangrulkar 36 Amdapur Varud 23.3.15
65 Gopal Rajeramji Dahe 35 Durgvada Tivsa 7.3.15
66 Ramesh Shankarrao 50 Bhilkhed Chandur Railway 13.3.15
67 Nilesh Govindrao Shede 18 Ghuikhed Chandur railway 11.3.15
68 Pratap Singh Lalman 65 Jayra Nandgao Khandeshwar 21.4.15
69 Mohan Sudhakar 23 Shendurjana B Tivsa 21.4.15
70 Pandurang Madhukar 45 Chinchona Anajangao 18.4.15
71 Kum.Pallavi Basantrao 25 Nanded Bu. Daryapur 18.4.15
72 Vishnu Balya Chavhan 50 Ridhpur Morshi 10.4.15
73      Sukhdev Dhore 54 Nibhora Lahe Nandgao Khadeshwar 8.4.15
74 Ukenso   Vaidh 70 Shivni Nandgao Khadeshwar 13.4.15
75 Gajanan Sheshrao Khongal 35 Dapori Morshi 28.4.15
76 Pankaj Subhash Rahate 25 Nijampur Achalpur 28.4.15
77   Arun Bhaurao ghotkar 45 Varud Varud 7.5.15
78 Krishanrao Uttamrao Yarla Morshi 1.5.15
79 Damodar Krishanraoji 60 Nimbhori Achalpur 6.5.15
80 Arun Gaydhane 35 Tivra Dhamangao Railway 25.4.15
81 Babarao Sahebrao 62 Baghreli Dhamangao Railway 24.4.15
82 Rajender Dhanraj 61 Shahapur (fg:j) Chandur Bazar 4.5.15
83 Mukesh Babarao 24 Talegaon Tivsa 12.5.15
84 Rahul Ajabrao Futane 29 Vani Chandur Bazar 25.3.15
85      Pandurang Tayde 39 Kh.Pandri Anjangao 15.5.15
86 Saurabh Vinayak 19 Gavandgao Khurd Anajangao 21.5.15
87 Rahul Vishwas Gavai 31 Nandura Daryapur 30.4.15
88 Panjab Ramkrishan 50 Khullar Daryapur 4.5.15
89 Ajay Raghunath Surdas 60 Masmapur Anajangao 30.5.15
90 Dashrath Chander 35 Januna Achalpur 14.5.15
91 Mahender Vasantrao 40 Virul Purna Chandurbazaar 7.4.15
92 Umesh Ramkrishan Vadoda Dhamangao Railway 13.4.15
93 Anil Mahadev 34 Varud Varud 31.3.15
94 Sandeep  Gangarao 39 Varud Varud 31.4.15
95    Amol Ashok Rao 30 Kharategao Bhatkuli 28.5.15
96  Tanu Kulaji 46 Kalapadri Chikhaldara 19.5.15
97 Vijay Haridas Kadu 45 Kurli Varud 31.5.15
98 Nilesh Shankar Rao 35 Kadoli Daryapur 28.5.15
99 Ashok Amrit Rao 50 Borgao Bori Achalpur 20.5.15
100 Nilesh Jai Shriram 25 Pathrot Achalpur 28.5.15
101 Sundanbai Ramkrishan Ghodagao K. Achalpur 30.5.15
102  Kundan Santosh 23 Bhandaraj Anjangao 10.6.15
103 Bharat Ramdas ji Bori Chandur Bazar 3.6.15
104 Tanabai Damodar 65 Shirlas Morshi 24.5.15
105 Sadashiv Lalji Bode 75 Rajurvadi Morshi 4.6.15
106   Hiralal  Mangal 55 Bothra Dharni 15..15
107 Sudhir Vamanrao 40 Nashirpur Morshi 12.6.15
108 Sadanand Balkrishan 50 Chincholi Bu. Anjangao 27.6.15
109 Anup Rajender 19 Valgao Amravati 25.5.15
110 Motiram Maroti 55 Maghlapur Bhatkuli 7.6.15
111 Shyam Mahadev 21 Bhandaraj Anjangao 1.7.15
112 Umesh Madhukar 35 Kokardi Anjangao 22.6.15
113 Shekhar Rajender 21 Masdi Tivsa 29.6.15
114 Shamrao Bhuraji 75 Bhivapur Tivsa 4.7.15
115 Pankaj Vilas 24 Karajgao Tivsa 20.6.15
116 Shamrao Baliram 70 Vadona Dhamangaon 21.6.15
117 Chattar Singh Thakaur 59 Baknath Dhamangao 1.7.15
118 Roshan Gadge 23 Begumpura Achalpur 20.6.15
119 Dinesh Upase 35 Pathot Achalpur 16.6.15
120 Bhaurao Siraskar 58 Pipalkhuta B. Varud 19.6.15
121 Suman Bagdre 67 Jamangao Kh. Varud 22.6.15
122 Dadarao Kundlik 60 Shivra Nandgaon Kh. 20.5.15
123 Shiv Ram Agase 60 Shivaji Nagar Chandur Rly. 24.6.15
124. Rameshwar Gulabrao 40 Kalashi Daryapur 14.7.15
125 Vikas Gavande 40 Kalashi Daryapur 12.7.15
126 Devidas  Tayde 58 Ahmedabad Tivsa 10.7.15
127 Narayan  Pundlikrao Thakre 50 5.7.15
128 Ganeshrao Ramchander Bhakre 58 Ghusegaon 7.7.15
129 Sakrai Shankar Chimote 45 Khandukhera Chikhaldara 5.5.15
130 Pandurang Vitthalrao Bobde 40 25.7.15
131 Subhash Kisan 45 30.7.15
132 Ajay Prakash Kharipkar 22 Naandgaon Khande 16.7.15
133 Aakash Ramdas Kansare 20 Govindrao 5.7.15
134 Sandeep Vasudev Khatkar 25 Borgaon Moh. 24.7.15
135 Milind Pandurang Javarkar 27 Shirajgaon Kasba 21.7.15
136 Yogesh Pramod Bhuyar 22 Ladki 10.7.15
137 Anil Ambadas Ganvde 50 Sanglud 20.7.15
138 Nanu Tumla Javarkar 35 Dharni 14.7.15
139 Arun Sakharam Chopkaar 55 Anjangaon 25.7.15
140 Mangesh Kailash Aale 25 Bhatkuli 22.7.15
141 Mahmud Akil M. Jehruddin 38 Katpur 4.7.15
142 Dilip Dashrath Chavan 38 Lalkhed 27.8.15
143 Arun VAsudev 42 Dahigaon Dhavde 17.8.15
144 Gabbuji Rathod 65 26.8.15
145 Rooprao Narayan Shirkare 42 Khendpimpri Naandgaon Khande 8.7.15
146 Gajanan Govindrao Tekade 42 Vadner Gangai 12.8.15
147 Ratanakar Bharat Govardhan Vankhade 45 Anjangaon 23.8.15
148 Panjabrao Rambhau Kadam 42 Turkhed Anjangaon 25.8.15
149 Sudhakar Janrao Vakode 45 Turkhed Anjangaon 23.8.15
150 Hemant Vaman 35 17.815
151 Vishwas Parshram Gedam 28 Aamner 25.8.15
152 Digambar Sadashiv Kalambe 40 Linga 10.8.15
153 Gulab Govind Thakre 78 Pavni 21.8.15
154 Shobha Vasantrao Jalamkar 60 Tonglabad 23.6.15
155 Dhanraj Ramrao More 38 Anjangaon 31.8.15
156 Suresh Ramchandra Kshirsagar 55 Pimpalkhunta 28.7.15
158 Mohansing Ramsing Chandel 60 Naandgaon Khade 8.8.15
159 Nitin 30 Anakvadi Bhatkuli 20.8.15
160 Sourabh Ramesh Gohad 27 8.8.15
161 Kailas Manikrao Mankar 32 Rajkhera 15.8.15
162 Vinod Bapurao Gavande 38 2.9.15
163 Praveen Atmaram Nehare 35 14.9.15
164 Ramkrishna Uttam Vadhma 55 Anjangaon 13.9.15
265 Praveen Devidas Mehre 42 Anjangaonbari 29.8.15
166 Kisan 45 Tembhuni 25.8.15
167 Vachhlabai Narayanrai Rodhe 65 Dahigaon Dhavde 31.8.15
168 Aarti Kishor Sangne 20 24.8.15
169 Anant Vitthal Thakre 50 Borgaon Dori Dhamangaon 28.8.15
170 Aakash Prakash Patile 23 Hivarkhed 21.8.15




Farmer’s Name  Age Village Taluqa Date of suicide
1 Lata  Kannake 45 Nandora Duff Devli 4.1.15
2 Kisna Kumbhare 65 Panjra Godi Karanja 5.1.15
3 Ashok Ramrao Uge 55 Babdi Hinganghat 10.1.15
4 Suharu Sontakke 32 Seldoh Selu Selu 14.1.15
5 Rahul Katre 22 Goojkheda Devli Devli 16.1.15
6 Bhaaurao Chanbhare 65 Aboda Devli Devli 17.1.15
7 Santosh Abam 55 Fattepur Devli Devli 18.1.15
8 Mareshwar Nikam Kolhapur Devli Devli 20.1.15
9 Jeevan Devase 28 Morshi Karanja 24.1.15
10 Basiruddhin Sheikh 70 Savli Vardha 26.1.15
11 Sachin Kavle 26 Vadgao pande Aarvi 26.1.15
12 Radheshyam Chavhan 26 Rajni Aarvi 27.1.15
13 Nana  Ingle 75 Kandli Sauderpur 2.2.15
14 Ajun Raut 22 Yesgao Devli 2.2.15
15 Mahadev Sayam 54 Kheri (M) Selu 3.2.15
16 Sanjay Ambantkar 42 Isaspur Devli 5.2.15
17 Ramu Nakhate 77 Kora Samuderpur 10.2.15
18 Pankaja Date 30 Dahegao (Ste) Vardha 27.2.15
19 Narender Upadhey 40 Aarvi Aarvi 12.2.15
20 Madan Vankhade 45 Chistur Aashti 17.2.15
21 Pankaj Misarkar 25 Aapti Devli 21.2.15
22 Sachin Timade 24 Hinganghat Hinganghat 22.2.15
23 Surender Vankhade 35 Wathoda Vardha 23.2.15
24 Gunvant Girde 24 Allipur Hinganghat 24.2.15
25 Jagdish Arsepure 22 Vayegao Samuderpur 27.2.15
26 Shankar Khavshi 48 Manikwada Aashti 5.3.15
27 Sachin Khavshi 48 Manikvada Aashti .3.15
28 Ramesh Bhilkar 60 Murdgao (Belsare) Devli 10.3.15
29 Viththal Durge 44 Pipri Hinganghat 2.3.15
30 Dhanpal  Khavshi 45 Nara Karanja 20.03.045
31 Ramchander Bhoyar 51 Umri Samuderpur 17.3.15
32 Viththal Lavankar 55 Sahur Aashti 27.3.15
33 Suchit Chate 24 Sewagram Vardha 30.3.15
34 Daulat Sampat Thul 74 Vayegao Vardha 30.3.15
35 Jitender Ralekar 32 Kangao Hinganghat 24.3.15
36 Annpurna Murar 52 Kolhapur Rao Devli 29.3.15
37 Ashok Bhalerao 55 Chistur 2.4.15
38 Haribhau Gihale 75 Enkba Karanja 2.4.15
39 Praveen Modak 40 Gole Devli 11.4.15
40 Dinesh Nanhe 35 Arvi L. Selu 9.4.15
41 Nanibai  Bhoyar 80 Kangao Hinganghat 13.4.15
42 Mangesh Jamunkar 27 Bhilapur Vardha 23.4.15
43 Prakash Namdar 24 Gole Devli 24.4.15
44 Pundleak Chavhan 55 Takarkheda Aarvi 24.4.15
45 Bhaskar chikram 24 Choramba Aarvi 25.4.15
46 Pramod Bhoyar 30 Sewagram Vardha 18.4.15
47 Nana Choudhari 55 Dhanora Vardha 19.4.15
48 Yadavrao  Gedam 75 Sorta Aarvi 2.5.15
49 Pankaj Kadu 35 Takarkheda Aarvi 2.5.15
50 Haridas Ubke 45 Saldara Aarvi 5.5.15
51 Yamuna Thumdam 74 Kelapur Vardha 11.5.15
52 Ramesh Satpute 55 Selumurpad Hinganghat 14.5.15
53 Viththal Mogarkar 52 Shirpur Devli 17.5.15
54 Sandeep Khod 32 Ekpala Devli 20.5.15
55 Rajender Bire 48 Talni Devli 24.5.15
56 Prashant Padole 38 Dhulwa Vadha 31.5.15
57 Atis Nagrale 35 Yerla Hinganghat 31.5.15
58 Sachin Tadas 28 Takdi jharshi Selu 8.6.15
59 Kishor Shirbhate 40 Bhidi Devli 11.6.15
60 Akash Tekam 15 Pimpri Hinganghat 17.6.15
61 Haribhau Karnake 76 Brahmni Selu 19.6.15
62 Satyavan Meshram 40 Salfal Aarvi 20.6.15
63 Suresh Tabhde 46 Kachangao Hinganghat 22.6.15
64 Kum.Swarupa Savarkar 25 Savgi Heti Hinganghat 30.6.15
65 Dinesh Bhonde 25 Ra.Porgavhan Aashti 1.7.15
66 Shankar Pandarkar 50 Deulgaon Selu 3.7.15
67 Satish Sidram 25 Gohda Kala Selu 4.7.15
68 Ashish Arun Kavle 24 Kurjhari Vardha 6.7.15
69 Manohar Vatgule 40 Pavnar Vardha 9.7.15
70 Ramchander Kubhalkar 42 Vadner Hinganghat 10.7.15
71 Samir Nagtode 29 Ra.Pinpalgao Selu 10.7.15
72 Manohar Kangali 43 Ra.Salai Selu 15.7.15
73 Hemant Ghodkhande 40 Ra. Vaygao Vardha 17.7.15
74 Ramchander Dogre 58 Chincholi Karanja 20.7.15
75 Mangesh Bhajbhuje 27 Morangana Aarvi 20.7.15
76 Swapaneel  Tadas 22 Bhbhulgao  K. Dewli 21.7.15
77 Satish Sute 30 Tigav Vardha 23.7.15
78 Sambha Taksande 40 Deulgao Selu 30.7.15
79 Gaesh Bhojraj Debe 25 Nagjhari Devli 1.8.15
80 Amil Suresh Naitam 27 Sonegao (Aa) Devli 1.8.15
81 Bhaurao Choudhary 55 Shendri Devli 1.8.15
82 Hari  Lakhotiya 58 Vadona Aarvi 2.8.15
83 Prakash Bhonsle 47 Vayefad Vardha 18.8.15
84 Naimuddin Kazi 38 Aashti Aashti 2.8.15
85 Mahadev Sirsat Belgaon Karanja 12.8.15
86 KailashBhimrao Raut Borgaon Aashti 16.8.15
87 Maroti  Hivarkar 55 Murdgao(Khose) Devli 16.8.15
88 Digamber  Rathod 26 Pachod(Thakur) Aarvi 17.8.15
89 Raju Janbaji Sidam 27 Seldoh Selu 18.8.15
90 Arun Charpe 42 Ra.Madla Aarvi 20.8.15
91 Bhausaheb Dhanore 43 Seldoh Selu 20.8.15
92 Sachin Sonkusre 17 Yeranvadi Hinganghat 23.8.15
93 Ishwar  Karnake 28 Bihadi Karanja 23.8.15
94 Haridas Baghmare 55 Sarul Devli 26.8.15
95 Venubai  Mahajan 55 Dhanora Hinganghat 26.8.15
96 Vithoba Rode 65 Andori Devli 26.8.15
97 Mangesh Raut 27 Seldoh Selu 27.8.15
98 Manohar Mudane 50 Sahur Aashti 27.8.15
99 Raju Ramvraoji Yede 30 Umri Hinganghat 28.8.15
100 Mahesh Ajankar 26 Takli Khode Devli 4.9.15
101 Ravi Uyike 26 Markasur Karanja 5.9.15
102 Sharad Gardhane 35 Deulegaon Selu 6.9.15
103 Dilip Bachate 46 Ghodgaon Samuder-pur 9.9.15

FARMER SUICIDE IN Gadchiroli 2015



Farmer’s Name  Age Village Taluqa Date of suicide
1 Dharmaji Vitthoba Aabhare Kalamgaon Chamorshi 06-02-2015
2 Manik Devji Shende 62 Kosbi Aarmori 02-11-2015

FARMER SUICIDE IN Chandrapur 2015



Farmer’s Name  Age Village Taluqa Date of suicide
1 Ramdas Tulsiram Virutkar Yerur Chandrapur 17-05-2015
2 Ravindra Sudhakar Vadskar 30 Chunala Rajura 02-02-2015
3 Rajendra Namdev More 45 Virur Ste. Rajura 30-07-2015
4 Kashinath Vithu Todase 65 Aarvi Rajura 16-08-2015
5 Yadav Madhav Pinge 42 Sumthana Rajura 15-11-2015
6 Chandrashekhar  Bapurao Borde Upparvahi Korpna 21-02-2015
7 Kothoda Khu. Korpna 31-05-2015
8 Dashrath Fakru Atraam Chekpimpri Gondpimpri 17-05-2015
9 Vijay Tulshiram Lonbale Ghosri Poburna 16-01-2015
10 Nanaji Shankar Pimpalshende Sonapur Pobhurna 05-09-2015
11 Doma Tulshiram Gurunule Pobhurna Pobhurna 21-08-2015
12 Bhivaji Narayan Deshmukh Pimpri Deshpande Pobhurna 25-02-2015
13 Murlidhar Rushi Chimurkar Halda Brahmpuri 05-02-2015
14 Shankar Shriram Shende Taregaon Khu. Brahmpuri 12-02-2015
15 Sitaram Jethu Dhore Parsodi Brahmpuri 13-03-2015
16 Sunil Bakshiji Dhore Sondri Brahmpuri 17-01-2015
17 Ravindra Rajeshwar Handekar Govindpur Nagbhid 18-02-2015
18 Sukhdev Vishwanath Bavankar Balapur Buj Nagbhid 07-02-2015
19 Raghunath Fatu Lade Balapur Buj Nagbhid 08-06-2015
20 Kishore Tikaram Mandare Mindala Nagbhid 19-09-2015
21 Manohar Shankar Mahajan Minthur Nagbhid 07-09-2015
22 Dilip Baburao Kamadi Kalamgaon Sindevahi 28-08-2015
23 Madhukar Donmlu Chahande Ladnbori Sindevahi 20-01-2015
24 Mangesh Damodhar Jogi Mokhala Varora 15-01-2015
25 Yadav Laxman Jivtode Shembal Varora 07-09-2015
26 Devendra Kavdu Atraam Dindoda Varora 09-11-2015
27 Pandurang Ramchandra Satpute Shembal Varora 23-10-2015
28 Sumdev Motiram Pal Aamdi Varora 13-11-2015
29 Kamlakar Ramchandra Aaglave Vaigaon Bhadravati 14-05-2015
30 Govindra Patru Nagose Vaigaon Bhadravati 24-11-2015
31 Maroti Ganpati Marakvar Bembal Mul 12-08-2015
32 Dadaji Sakharam Dhonge Kolari Chimur 12-10-2015
33 Devaji Vitthoba Gurnule Metepar Chimur 04-12-2015
34 Rambhau Bapurao Upre 45 Visapur Ballarpur 21-07-2015


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