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The Eknath Shinde government’s problems in Maharashtra show no signs of abating. Government employees are already on strike demanding restoration of old pension and now on the other hand thousands of Maharashtra farmers have increased the difficulties of Maharashtra government. Farmers from different districts in Maharashtra have started walking towards Mumbai with their problems. This long march of farmers has started from Nashik district in Maharashtra. Farmers participate in this long march to get a fair price for their crops and compensation for the losses.

Thousands of farmers have left for Mumbai on foot from Nashik in Maharashtra. According to the information, the number of these farmers is reported to be around 10 to 15 thousand. Most of the farmers who participate in this march are those who are not getting good prices for their crops or whose crops were destroyed by unseasonal rains. These farmers started their long march last Monday. Due to the presence of such a large number of farmers, the hands and feet of the Maharashtra government are swollen.

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Although the Maharashtra government has started talking to these farmers. All these farmers are moving towards Mumbai under the banner of All India Kisan Sabha. The administration has also tried to speak to these farmers but they have refused to speak to the officials. Maharashtra Agriculture Minister Dada Bhuse also spoke to the organizers of this march, but no positive answer could be found in this conversation.

The organizers of the Long March say that they have conveyed their demands to the government at administrative and ministerial level. Now farmers want Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to meet them and understand farmers’ problems. Maharashtra General Secretary for All India Kisan Sabha Ajit Nawale claimed that the government is not planning to give relief to farmers. At present, farmers growing onion crop in Maharashtra are so buried under debt that they are even committing suicide.

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Ajit Nawale says that if farmers are not getting the right price for their crops, then the government does not take any concrete action on it, it only works by giving assurance. This time we want the government to enact a definite law for the benefit of the farmers.

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Meanwhile Nashik Collector Gangathran D had asked the organizers of the long procession to withdraw the procession but the organizers refused to withdraw their long procession. The organizers of the march have also formed a delegation of 15 members to hold discussions with the government who will meet the prime minister and the deputy prime minister together with the main government officials. The organizers say that this march of farmers will continue. During this, the farmers will also continue to talk to the government.

The opposition parties in Maharashtra have also accused the government of not being serious about the farmers. Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole says Maharashtra farmers are in debt because they are not getting a fair price for their crops but the government is not taking any action for the farmers.

Aditya Thackeray, leader of the Uddhav Thackeray faction, says that Annadata Maharashtra is being forced to walk on the streets today because the Kumbhkaran Maharashtra government is not taking any step for the benefit of the farmers.

Let us tell you that the budget session of the Vidhansabha is currently being held in Maharashtra. This is the reason why farmers from every corner of Maharashtra want to reach Mumbai before March 20 through a foot march. Even before this, in the year 2018, the farmers had organized a long march, after which the government had changed some rules, but despite this, farmers are not getting a fair price for their crops. Farmers have organized this long march once again to warn the government.