Aurangabad: Drought and debt continue to claim lives in Marathwada with as many as 65 farmers having committed suicide in the first three weeks of April.
The civic body of Aurangabad is working on an ambitious plan under the proposed smart city project to ensure 'zero garbage' in the city.
As many as 32 farmers from the Marathwada region committed suicide in a span of seven days, bringing the death toll this year to 660. Last week, the region had recorded 628 farmer suicides.
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