The meeting of the delegation of farmers with the Shinde-Fadnavis government of Maharashtra has ended. The government has accepted most of the demands. But the farmers have given only one day’s ultimatum to implement them.
Discussion of farmers with CM Shinde and Fadnavis ended
Kisan Sabha Long March: Under the leadership of CPM with a list of 14 demands Nashik to Mumbai are coming Kisan Sabha Long March has been stopped for a day by the leaders of the farmers. Farmers decided to stop this long march for a day CM Eknath Shinde And has been taken after positive discussion with Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis. After this meeting, farmers’ leader J.P.Gavit said that almost all the demands have been accepted by the government.
Farmer leader JP Gavit further said, ‘But only assurances will not work. In the past too, farmers have been given assurances and returned before reaching Mumbai. Later on those assurances have not been seen to be implemented. We have decided to stop the march from going ahead for just one day. The Maharashtra government has accepted all our demands. Acceptance of demands is not enough. It is necessary to implement them. We will not take any final decision until they write a letter to every District Magistrate, BDO, Tehsildar through a mandate (Government Resolution) and instruct them to implement them.
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If the accepted demands are not implemented then the march will move towards Mumbai
JP Gavit said, ‘Two days are enough for the orders to reach the districts. If the agreed demands are not fulfilled, then the long march will again move towards Mumbai. We are staying for the day at Washim village. We realize that if we threaten to come to Mumbai, people here will suffer. It is the responsibility of the government not to force us for this. We have clearly told this thing in the meeting.
‘Government took a step forward, we took a step back’
Dr. Ajit Navale, another farmer leader who attended the meeting with the Shinde-Fadnavis government, said, ‘If the government has taken a step forward, we have also taken a step back. At present, we are waiting for the order to be implemented. Only after this a final decision will be taken.
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one day break The long march will continue until the government issues an order
In this way, the farmer’s march coming from Nashik towards Mumbai will stop at Washim for the time being. Will not attack till Vidhan Bhavan in Mumbai. Agriculture Minister Abdul Sattar and other cabinet members were also present in the important meeting held by CM Eknath Shinde and Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis along with the delegation of Kisan Sabha.