Farmers and tribals from North Maharashtra, Vidarbha, Ahmednagar and other parts of the state will take part in the protest. Water conservationist Dr Rajendra Singh, MP Raju Shetty and others will also participate in the rally.
“You cannot treat women as commodities. It cannot continue to happen,” said Varsha Vidyavilas from Sadbhavna Sangh. The organisers said that people were informed about the protests through several social media platforms and were requested to join the protests.
Farmers have been walking with blistered feet under the scorching sun since the last six days, sighting difficulty for the office goers and the students appearing for board examinations on Monday, the farmers decided to complete their final bit overnight.
Mumbai’s Azad Maidan is a place where people from all walks of life come to protest with the belief that their voices will be heard. Here, life is a slow lesson in democracy and patience, and in forever lingering hope