Over 80,000 farmers are taking part in the second Kisan Long March that began on February 20. The march was launched after the State government failed to honor any of the promises it made following the first march in 2018
They demanded a special parliament session to discuss the agrarian crisis the country is facing.
Farmers in India are demanding a special session which will only discuss the plight of the farmers, and ways to address the severe agrarian crisis.
In a historic rally, over two hundred thousand farmers, agricultural labourers and industrial workers march to the Indian Parliament together
Hundreds of thousands of working people – workers, farmers and agricultural workers – are preparing to take part in a historic protest against the Modi govt. on 5 Sept.
The protest call was also supported by Dalit organisations and former servicemen to let the government know that the oppressed will not stand by quietly.