maharashtra farmers withdrawal kisan sabha long march in washim after cm eknath shinde assurance of fulfilling demands au154 | It has become a matter! Long March returned without reaching Mumbai, 5 lakh compensation to the family of the deceased farmer
Farmers Long March Withdrawl: Farmers Long March from Nashik to Mumbai has been stopped. Farmer leader JP Gavit announced today to end the movement. This decision was taken after 70 percent of the demands were accepted.
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Mumbai: After all, the conversation became a matter. Maharashtra The farmers’ movement ended. Farmers have done their work without reaching Mumbai long march back Got it. Farmers’ leader Jeeva Pandu Gavit made this announcement today (March 18, Saturday). Farmer leader J P Gavit Said that, ‘The state government has accepted 70 percent of our demands. That’s why we are taking back our long march. The District Magistrates have given us that copy of the government, in which it is mentioned that our demands have been accepted.
Along with this, it was announced to give relief of 5 lakhs from the CM fund to the family of the deceased farmer. Yesterday in Washim, where the farmers were staying, a farmer’s health suddenly deteriorated. He was taken to Shahpur Rural Hospital. He died during treatment. At present, the cause of death is not clear. CM Eknath Shinde himself informed about this. Guardian Minister Dada Bhuse announced a relief of five lakh rupees from the CM Relief Fund to the family of the deceased farmer.
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Farmer leader’s media interaction after withdrawing the long march
Farmer leader JP Gavit interacted with the media after announcing that the farmers’ long march from Nashik to Mumbai would be taken back from Washim itself. He said, ‘There was a positive discussion on some demands. Some demands will be implemented in a month. Some demands are related to the Centre. Those demands will be sent to the central government. A committee will be set up to consider these demands. 70 percent of our demands have been accepted. That’s why we have decided to postpone our long march.
Grief on the death of a brother, his favor; He gave his life for us farmers
Farmer leader JP Gavit said, ‘A farmer’s health suddenly deteriorated yesterday. He was taken to the hospital. He had a heart attack. The doctor told him that he had a minor attack. Do not go back to agitation, take rest. Still he joined the movement. His health deteriorated again in the evening and he died tragically. He has given his life for us farmers.
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