Maharshi Farming: School Kids Suffering

Wed 15th May 2019 10:21 AM

Maharshi: Weekend farming forced on students in the scorching sun

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Super Star Mahesh Babu's milestone 25th film Maharshi directed by Vamshi Paidipally which released last week is capturing the imagination of all for highlighting the issues of the farmers. Mahesh was seen uttering a dialogue; “Don't pity farmers but respect farmers” is connecting chords with movie lovers. 
Many netizens started sharing their snaps in which they were seen doing farming during weekends, showing how they got influenced by Maharshi's powerful message. Even schools started taking their students to weekend farming, educating them about the importance of farmers and farming. 
Mahesh's wife Namrata who is overjoyed has been sharing the snaps of students doing farming in the fields. Though the idea is good, many feel that the schools are forcing students to do weekend farming under the scorching sun in the name of education. 
Everyone knows that summer temperatures are crossing 40 degrees and many people are not venturing out for the fear of sun stroke. Right thinking people are questioning how the school managements could ignore scorching sun and force students and small kids to do weekend farming subjecting them to the scorching sun which has an adverse effect on their health.
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