Farmers fed up with agricultural policies threaten Modi government

New Delhi: Indian farmers are fed up with the policies of the Modi government. Farmers threatened the Modi government. They say that if the demands are not accepted, they will go on strike for an indefinite period.

According to the details, Indian farmers are protesting against the controversial agricultural laws of the Modi government.

In Maharashtra, hundreds of farmers took to the streets in support of their demands, the angry participants raised red flags and shouted slogans against the government. It should be noted that the three-day protest march of Indian farmers from Akwal to Loni is going on.

It may be recalled that earlier in the year 2019, the All India Kisan Sabha, an organization for the rights of farmers and landlords, successfully held a long march from Maharashtra to Mumbai when their demands were not met.

Meanwhile, thousands of farmer protesters marched from Nashik to Mumbai, carrying placards demanding debt relief, water supply and good crop prices.

The farmers had given an ultimatum to the Maharashtra government, but the authorities flatly refused to accept their demands, after which the protesters started a foot march towards Mumbai.

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