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Shinde said after a long meeting with dozens of leaders of the All India Kisan Sabha, which is leading the tour, that we had very fruitful discussions on all issues and most of them have been resolved. I will give a speech tomorrow morning.
After talks with aggrieved farmers traveling from Nashik to Mumbai in Maharashtra, the Maharashtra government has announced to accept most of their demands. After this, the farmers have stopped their action in Pune, but they said that the march will continue if the government does not follow through on the promise. This was confirmed by the Chief Minister of Maharashtra and the leaders of All India Kisan Sabha.
Chief Executive Eknath Shinde after talking to the farmers said that in a big victory for the farmers, the Maharashtra government accepted almost all the demands of the farmers this evening, after which the Nashik-Mumbai Long March of the farmers stopped at Vashind in Thane . . After a long meeting with dozens of All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) leaders, Shinde said, “We had very fruitful discussions on all issues and most of them have been resolved.” I will give a speech tomorrow morning.
On the other hand, farmer leader KP Gavit said after a long discussion with the CM and Deputy CM of Maharashtra that we have kept 12-13 questions and discussed all of them but the government has to take decisions. Nothing has happened since the last 2 times, so this time we have directed the government to start its implementation, otherwise the long standing journey will go to Mumbai.
Confirming the developments on behalf of AIKS, CPI(M) representative Vinod Nikol said that most of the cases related to the state have been resolved, while those under the central agency are yet to be resolved. Nicole said that we have decided to stop the ‘Long March’ in Vashind. The agitation will not end until the government gives the necessary orders up to the local level to implement our demands within the next two days.