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Exposing the Wheat Scandal: Sand and Concrete Found Mixing with Government-Procured Grain

  • Posted on February 3, 2023
  • News
  • By Akta Yadav
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Have you ever wondered what you are eating in your daily bread? Well, it might be more than just wheat. In a recent scandal that rocked Madhya Pradesh's Satna district, a video went viral that showed sand and concrete being mixed with government-procured wheat. This is not just a simple case of food fraud, it's a call to action to all of us to demand safe and nutritious food. Sand and Concrete Sand and Concrete

The Shocking Discovery

The video showed individuals mixing granulated concrete and sand to the wheat in a silo located in Banda village of Rampur Baghelan. This silo stored 7 lakh quintals of wheat that was procured by the government at the minimum support price and was meant to be shipped elsewhere. The local administration took immediate action and ordered a swift investigation into the matter.

The Truth Behind Our Food

When media personnel reached the scene, they found the tractor used for mixing sand with wheat still present there. This discovery raises serious concerns about the quality and safety of the food that we consume on a daily basis. Are we being fed adulterated and contaminated food without even realizing it?

The Call to Action

It's time for us to demand accountability and transparency in our food supply chain. The mixing of sand and concrete with government procured wheat is a clear indication that there are loopholes in the system that need to be addressed. We deserve to know what we are eating and the government has a responsibility to ensure the safety and quality of the food that is being distributed to its citizens. Sand and Concrete Sand and Concrete


We must take a stand in order to ensure that our food is safe and nutritious. The swift investigation ordered by the local administration is a best possible step in the right direction, but it's not enough. We need to ensure that such incidents do not occur in the future, and the individuals responsible are brought to justice. It's time for us to say enough is enough and demand a food supply chain that is transparent, accountable and safe for all.  
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