Wheat from India smells rotten

Moynul Bhuiyan: The stench of wheat coming from India is spreading through Akhaura land port of Brahmanbaria. More than 200 tons of wheat has been lying in the port for about three weeks. The concerned people have started the process of taking the selected wheat from the port by putting it in new sacks.Imported people have denied whether rotten wheat has come from India or not. They say that after coming to Bangladesh, these wet wheat rotted. However, the port officials say that the wheat arriving at the end comes in rotten condition from India. Now the stench is spreading from these wheat.Another source said that the wheat crisis was due to the closure of Assam’s rail link with Agartala in the Indian state of Tripura. The wheat rotted due to various reasons including not being able to arrive at the scheduled time and getting wet in the rain.Wheat importer S Alam Group representative said. Jihad told the Daily Present Times on his mobile phone on Tuesday afternoon that the Akhaura land port contained over 200 metric tonnes of imported wheat, which was delivered in mid-May. After bringing the wheat, it is not possible to maintain it properly, so the wheat rotted in the rain. Wheat will be taken soon after discussing with the concerned. It is possible to take these wheat in eight to 10 trucks.Almost the same claim, said Adnan Trade International’s proprietor C&F agent to bring wheat. Akhter Hossain. Speaking on Tuesday afternoon, he said, ‘Some wheat soaked in rain has started to rot. The wheat will be taken away soon. ‘aLand port inspector (traffic) said. Zakir Hossain said, ‘After arriving at Akhaura port, these wheat were wet in the rain. This may have happened before. But as far as I know, the wheat that came towards the end was rotten. ‘


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