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Maharashtra: AIKS-led Farmers' Vehicle Jatha to Delhi Gets Massive Response

AIKS-led 1,300 Km-long Maharashtra Farmers' Vehicle Jatha for Delhi began from Nashik on the evening of December 21 with a rousing public meeting and send-off by thousands of people.

The jatha is being led up to Delhi by AIKS president- Ashok Dhawale, former state president- J P Gavit, ex-MLA, state president- Kisan Gujar, state general secretary- Ajit Nawale, state office bearers- Sunil Malusare, Irfan Shaikh, Umesh Deshmukh, Arjun Adey, Uday Narkar, Uddhav Poul, Shankar Sidam and other AIKS leaders.

Rajasthan: Kisans March Towards Delhi

THOUSANDS of kisans on December 15, under the joint leadership of Sanyukt Kisan Morcha(Joint Kisan Front), and on the call of AIKSCC reached Shahjahanpur where they were stopped by the Haryana police. Shahjahanpur is the border of Rajasthan and Haryana states. These kisans were mainly from Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana. Since last three days, the Jaipur-Delhi National Highway has been blocked as the kisans are not allowed to march forward to Delhi. There is a continuous dharna at Shahjahanpur.

Maha: Huge Actions and Bandh in Support 0f Farmers Struggle AIKS Plans Spirited 1300 km Vehicle March to Delhi

MAHARASHTRA witnessed four massive actions in the last three weeks. The first was the response to the nationwide working-class strike and the nationwide peasant upsurge on November 26. The second was the solidarity action to support the fighting farmers of Punjab and Haryana at the Delhi border on December 3. The third was the overwhelming response to the Bharat Bandh on December 8 in support of the farmer’s struggle. And the fourth was the response to the nationwide call for demonstrations in support of the farmers stir on December 14.

Commendable Services by Covid-19 Isolation Centre of MB Vignana Kendram Trust

WITH the rampant spread of Covid-19, people were seriously worried over getting the required medical and health services. Non-availability of beds in government hospitals and heavy charges collected by private nursing homes left the patients and their families in depression and disarray. In this background, some well-wishers mooted the idea of running an isolation centre under the aegis of Makineni Basavapunnaiah Vignana Kendram (MBVK) Trust.

Massive Left Wave in Kerala Local Body Polls

A MASSIVE Left wave has engulfed Kerala's political scene as the CPIM-led Left Democratic Front has swept a major chunk of the seats in the recent local body elections. Dealing a massive blow to the INC-led UDF, LDF has conclusive leads in five city corporations out of six, 10 out of 14 district panchayats, 108 out of 152 block panchayats, 34 out of 86 municipalities, and 514 out of 941 grama panchayats in the state. The present LDF government was much appreciated for the citizen-friendly way in which the state tackled the coronavirus crisis.

Nearly 50 lakh protested during Kisan Bandh

THE bandh call given on December 8, by over 500 kisan unions who are on agitation and then supported by over 24 political parties, was highly successful given by the participation of the people and the impact it had on the ground. From Tripura in the east to Rajasthan in the west and from Jammu & Kashmir in the north to Kanyakumari in the south in more than 600 districts of the country the farmers, workers and other sections of the society participated in this ‘farmers bandh’.

Magnificent Bharat Bandh Backs Farmers Cause

IT was a Bharat bandh, the like of which had not been seen for the last several years in India. The bandh called on December 8 by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) to support the nationwide struggle of farmers for the repeal of the three hated farm laws received magnificent and spontaneous response from the people all over the country.

The bandh was announced on the evening of December 4. Three days were enough to galvanise the entire country into action against the pro-corporate and anti-farmer BJP-RSS regime.

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