Great Farmer Rally: Protesters demand special parliament session to discuss agrarian crisis
Indian farmers are not happy with the way the things develop around the Indian agrarian sector. Day by day, their miseries are increasing. Most the assurances made by the political parties still remain unimplemented. Farmers now have only one option either fight or fail. The latest developments indicate that they are not willing to choose the latter.
The huge response the rally organised today in the national capital to demand a special session to discuss the agrarian crisis has received from the farmers from across the country proves right the aforesaid argument.
Nearly tens of thousands of farmers from across the country, mostly from the agrarian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Punjab, are participating in the rally.
The rally is organised by the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committe. Nearly two hundred farmer organisations have responded to the call for protest made by the committee.
This is one of the biggest protests this committee made in the recent history. The march gifts a huge impetus to the agrarian movements in the country.
In the recent past, several farmer marches have taken place across the country. These marches may change the course of Indian political history.
Vignesh. S. G
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