Madhya Pradesh: On the demand of fair price, the Kisan movement which started from the strike, has taken the form of violence. Six people died in police firing in the violence of Mandsaur Kisan movement. After the death of the farmers, the Shivraj government of Madhya Pradesh has announced compensation of Rs. 1 crore to the families of 6 farmers who killed in the firing. An amount of Rs 5 lakh will be given to the seriously injured. Along with that, a member of the deceased farmer's family has announced a government job.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan tweeted "Government will ensure free treatment to those injured in the incident. Rs 5 lakh to be given to families of injured persons. I appeal farmers to be peaceful, we stand by all of you. Some people are trying to spoil the atmosphere."
Chouhan called the killing of farmers in Mandsaur a “conspiracy fuelled by Congress,” and said that his government was “sensitive” to the needs of the farmers and stands with them.
The biggest compensation of the state: The compensation of Rs.1 crore for the families of farmers killed in the Kisan movement is the biggest compensation amount in the history of Madhya Pradesh. So far no such amount of compensation has been given in the state.
Samajwadi Party will give Rs 2 lakhs: Mandsaur Kisan movement now has a political agenda. The Samajwadi Party has announced to give two lakh rupees to the families of the farmers killed in the violence.
Curfew in the area: After the death of the farmers in the violence, the curfew has been imposed in the entire city.
No firing was done by police: In the matter of killing the farmers due to the shooting, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister said that no firing was done by the police. The orders for checking this firing have been given. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has ordered a judicial inquiry into the firing case.