By: Rounak Kukde | Updated at : 16 Mar 2023 02:28 PM (IST)
Farmers are on their way to Mumbai, holding protest march over issues including Onion prices, waiving off Kisan loans. ( Image Source : Twitter/ANI )
Thousands of farmers from various districts of Maharashtra are marching from Nashik to Mumbai to highlight their problems, particularly over onion prices and waiving off Kisan loans. The Maharashtra government has deputed two ministers to hold talks with them.
On Thursday, the government is set to hold another round of talks with a delegation representing thousands of farmers and tribals, said former MLA Jiva Gavit, who is spearheading the march, as reported by the news agency PTI.
Unorganised sector workers as well as ASHA or community health workers have also joined the march.
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