Farmers’ demand is fair; Eknath Shinde made a statement in the assembly


New Delhi
Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde introduced within the Meeting that almost all of the calls for of the lengthy march by farmers and tribals led by the All India Kisan Sabha have been accepted. The chief minister stated that the calls for raised by the lengthy march are cheap.

The Chief Minister instructed the district authorities to implement the choices of the dialogue held with the Kisan Sabha leaders. 86000 farmers can be given debt reduction. 350 per quintal can be given as subsidy for onion, which is dealing with an enormous fall in costs. A cupboard sub-committee was shaped to look into the pending appeals of farmers claiming forest land rights. Kisansabha representatives will even be included. Shinde requested the farmers to return to their villages.

The Lengthy March from Nashik to Mumbai is at the moment halted at Vasind village in Thane district. The Kisan Sabha has not taken a call on ending the march. In the meantime, the leaders had demanded Rs 650 per quintal for the onion farmers.

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