Nashik farmer dies during ‘long march’ halt in Maha’s Thane


THANE: A 58-year-old farmer from Nashik, who was part of the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS)-led ‘lengthy march’ that halted right here, has handed away.

The march was halted right here on Thursday (March 16), and the farmers handed away right here late on Friday, leaders mentioned.

The deceased, recognized as Pundalik Ambadas Jadhav, was resting at his camp right here and had his dinner and medicines. Thereafter, he immediately fell unwell, complained of giddiness, vomiting and was rushed to a close-by hospital the place he was pronounced useless later.

The precise causes of Jadhav’s sudden demise shouldn’t be recognized and his physique has been despatched for an post-mortem, the report of which is awaited, mentioned spokesperson PS Prasad.

Jadhav’s distraught household — many who have been a part of the ‘lengthy march’ until it was referred to as off this afternoon — mentioned that they won’t again out however will proceed collaborating within the agitation.

The All India Kisan Sabha and CPI(M) leaders expressed grief and condoled the passing of Jadhav who hailed him as a ‘Martyr’ to the reason for the farmers within the state.

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