Opposing leader Fadnavis lashes Maharashtra govt for neglecting farmers issues
Opposing leader Fadnavis lashes Maharashtra govt for neglecting farmers issues

Subsequent to a farmer's suicide outside Mantralaya, Maharashtra Assembly's Leader of the Opposition Devendra Fadnavis lashed the state government for neglecting the issues of farmers. He accused the government of ignoring the farmers of the state and not taking any decisions for them.

He said, "This is a very unfortunate incident. There is no system left in Maharashtra to hear out farmers. The way the posting of officers is happening in the state is questionable. Later, these officers do not even care about issues of farmers and poor that come in front of them and they do not have any time for them." Adding that the farmers' suicides were increasing in the state, Fadnavis demanded that government should investigate the case of farmers' suicide outside the government office and provide compensation to his family.

Subhash Jadhav (48), a farmer from Pune had allegedly attempted suicide by consuming a poisonous substance outside the gate of Mantralaya on August 20. As per to reports, Jadhav had come to meet Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil in Mantralaya. But, he was not allowed to enter the Mantralaya. He reports adds that  "Some people had captured Jadhav's land in Pune. He had complained about the matter at the nearest police station. But the police station there did not take any action. Jadhav then reached Mantralaya so that his matter would be heard."

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