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Maharashtra farmers call off stir; four protesters critical after 180-km-long march: Key developments

Firstpost Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Maharashtra farmers call off stir; four protesters critical after 180-km-long march: Key developmentsThe march has been organised to protest the alleged failures of the BJP government on the farm front, demanding a complete and unconditional loan waiver, ensuring implementation of minimum support price and implementation of recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission and the Forest Rights Act 2006.
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News video: All India Kisan Sabha protest reaches Thane

▶ All India Kisan Sabha protest reaches Thane 01:09

Thane (Maharashtra), Mar 09 (ANI) The Protest led by more than 20,000 farmers of All Indian Kisan Sabha (AIKS), demanding a complete waiver of loans, arrived in Thane on Friday. Currently, the protest has reached Shahapur in Thane district, which is around 73 Km away from Mumbai. The farmers, who are...

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