30,000 farmers walk to Mumbai, need Maharashtra govt to postpone off credits
More than 30,000 farmers, who are challenging the Maharashtra government for an entire credit waiver, are presently scarcely 90 km far from Mumbai.
According to reports, Farmers will gherao the Maharashtra Assembly in the wake of achieving Mumbai on March 12 for determination with the Maharashtra government.
The agriculturists started their challenge on March 6 from Nashik. The 180 km “long-walk” challenge is sorted out by the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS).
The agriculturists are requesting an entire waiver of credits and power bills and the usage of proposals of the Swaminathan Commission.
AIKS national president Ashok Dhavle, nearby MLA J P Gavit and different pioneers are driving the long walk.
Tending to an enormous social occasion of agriculturists at the CBS chowk in focal Nashik, rancher pioneers reported they would gherao the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha in Mumbai for determination of their issues.
“We will request an entire change in the waterway connecting plan proposed to be actualized in Nashik, Thane, and Palghar areas, in order to guarantee that ancestral towns are not submerged and water is made accessible to these locale and to other dry spell inclined regions,” AIKS Secretary Raju Desle said while tending to the ranchers.
He denounced the Center and the state legislature of receiving “hostile to agriculturist” arrangements.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)