A farmer in the state of Bihar has found a way to grow food on a farm that he bought from a US company.
The farmer is a farmer who buys land from US company to make his land more profitable, and then sells it back to the company.
According to the farmer, the US company told him that the land in which he bought the land was not suitable for cultivation, so it asked him to take the land and sell it to another farmer who would grow vegetables.
The land that he purchased from the US farm was actually a land in the northern region of India, but the land that was purchased by the US farmer was not, the farmer told the Hindustan Times.
The US company was the company that bought the farmland, and it did not have the required licences for the land to be used for cultivation.
The US company did not return the Hindutva newspaper’s request for comment.
India has been in a drought situation for the last three years.
The country is currently facing a severe monsoon drought and severe crop failure.
In 2015, the government ordered the closure of more than 1.4 million agricultural land in seven states.
The drought situation has also affected the farming industry.