Swiss NGO Calls Out Multinational on Pesticide Poisonings

This NGO went on the ground in Maharashtra to investigate what was killing farmers. They told Brut India what they found.

10/10/2018 5:04 AM
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  • Om K.
    10/10/2018 05:16

    Hindi Me bhi h

  • Vikrant B.
    10/10/2018 05:44

  • Brut India
    10/11/2018 09:48

    Read Public Eye's full investigation into the Yavatmal pesticide poisonings here.

  • Prince D.
    10/11/2018 15:40


  • Dinesh K.
    10/11/2018 17:48


  • Kedar H.
    10/12/2018 03:51

    A class suite needs to be filed against them and they should be made to pay a hefty compensation to affected people and take their products of the market

  • Sanjay R.
    10/13/2018 10:03

    Maharashtra public mantyality propali mad

  • Ujwal A.
    10/13/2018 15:55

    Pretty sure that a politician is having to gain a lot from the sales of Polo. It's a shame that the central government is also turning a blind eye to the situation. I wonder how much these Central ministers have been paid to shut up.

  • Shefeek S.
    10/13/2018 16:27

    Why every Indians stop it eating poison like vegitables

  • Proper S.
    10/13/2018 21:03

    Are we guinea pigs for their banned products..

  • Kshitij A.
    10/14/2018 04:48

    Brut i am from yavatmal and main problems for death was that there are new seeds in market of cotton scientifically known as ht bt cotton which has not been legally approved by the govt but some how it came to the markets , so what actually was happening that the cotton plant from those send has a high growth rate and which grows the hieght more than an average human so while spraying the pesticide uptill the topof the plant they unknowingly inhaled the pesticides which caused them to die. The intellectual property rights of that seeds belong to mayhco Monsanto seeds corp and it has been said that some employed lekead the seeds genome data and illegally manufactured the seeds for black market it has also been said that some australian company is also involved in it.(i am an agricultural engineer)

  • Kshitij A.
    10/14/2018 04:57

    If we want to cure this problem we must shoot the arrow in the right direction rather than getting political those aren't the pesticides it is the seeds we must research on ,and if you read the book by racheal Carson the "silent spring" which actually brought the global wide ban on the ddt containing pesticides it also stated that arsanate containing pesticides to give us harm by the residual effect and when i did the survey in yavatmal nearly 60% of pesticides contained arsanate content but when i consulted the farmers about this and why dont you go organic or some sort of vaible farming so the said to me that you better stay out of this and leave the village this is the best and the cheapest way for farming.

  • Kshitij A.
    10/14/2018 04:58

    If we ban this pesticides the farmers will come on road and protest to remove the ban

  • Sharanabasappa K.
    10/14/2018 16:14


  • Sardar G.
    10/15/2018 15:47

    Y syngenta

  • Mohammed R.
    10/16/2018 15:43


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    10/17/2018 09:11


  • Vijjay P.
    10/17/2018 11:33

    dada ap bi mat bechna ab ...

  • Raghavendra S.
    10/18/2018 01:47

    good massage sir

  • Mohit Ç.
    10/20/2018 12:51

    dekh lyo rr niti aali kmpny ga kaam 🤐🤐🤐