"We will demand that cases of cheating, murder and abetment of suicide cases should be filed against this government that has claimed so many farmers’ lives,” Dr Ajit Nawle, convenor of the coordination committee of the agitating farmers, said.
Farmers across Maharashtra had launched a strike from June 1 to press for a complete loan waiver. Subsequently, CM Devendra Fadnavis announced a loan waiver of Rs 34,000 crore with an upper limit of Rs 1.5 lakh.
On Monday they had held a “Chakka Jam” to stop the movement of vehicles on state and national highways. Hundreds of farmers were detained in various parts of the state while taking part in the agitation.