(September 6, 2014) Angry Bangladeshi farmers demand compensation after failure of Monsanto's GM eggplant
In India, eggplant is known as brinjal. It's the same fruit. Monsanto, through associates and subsidiaries, offered free Bt brinjal saplings to poor farmers as an open experiment to gain more GMO acceptance in South and Southeast Asia. Seems this field test backfired.
Bt genetic technology claims to provides crop plants the ability to produce their own insecticide, purportedly to lessen farmers' need for extensive pesticide spraying.
Independent testing has discovered that Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) proteins adversely affect the soil, friendly insects and pollinators, and endanger animals and humans, because the Bt Cry (crystalline protein bodies) toxins are not denatured in the gut as previously assumed and promoted. 
The failed brinjal (eggplant) experiment in Bangledash
Unfortunately, poor farmers in Bangladesh were apparently not aware of the plight of cotton farmers in neighboring India who wound up killing themselves after going into debt with failed Bt cotton crops.