Shinde government accepted all the demands of the farmers, Chief Minister will give a statement in the house tomorrow

Maharashtra Farmers Protest News: The Maharashtra government has accepted all the demands of the farmers who went on the long march. The Eknath Shinde government of the state has accepted all the demands of the protesting farmers. Chief Minister on Friday (March 17) Eknath Shinde Will give a statement regarding this in the House. At the same time, the farmers will return to Nashik from Shahpur tomorrow morning. The farmers had placed 14 demands in front of the Maharashtra government.

Discussion with the delegation of farmers

Let us inform that earlier Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis met a delegation of farmers on Thursday. On the other hand, thousands of farmers continued their march from Nashik district towards Mumbai for their demands. Earlier, the state government had sent ministers Dada Bhuse and Atul Save to hold discussions with the farmers. The demands of farmers included immediate financial relief of Rs 600 per quintal to onion growers, continuous 12-hour power supply and farm loan waiver etc. The protesters started their padyatra on Sunday (March 12) from Dindori town in Nashik district, about 200 km from Mumbai, for various demands.

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Many farmers sick in March, blisters on feet

At least 40 farmers, including some women, who took part in the 175 km long march between Nashik-Mumbai have fallen ill. A spokesman for the farmers, P.S. Prasad said most people suffered from symptoms of dehydration, dizziness, headache, weakness, and many had blisters on their feet. They are being given necessary treatment on the spot by volunteers, or being taken to local primary health care centers for first aid, dressing, dressing or other basic treatment and being released.

PS Prasad told that an ambulance is also running along with the marchers. So far, no serious case has been registered among the farmers. More than 15 thousand farmers are involved in the march. There are also women in this. They are walking with placards, banners, flags, posters etc. to highlight their demands.


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