The 180-km long foot march was started with participation of about 12,000 farmers and the number has reached to 30,000 now, which showed the intensity of discontent among farmers, Nawale said.
In June a year ago, similar protests had boiled over most parts of the state, forcing the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis-led government to announce a conditional Rs 34,000 crore loan waiver, which farmers said has not been implemented properly. In June previous year, the Devendra Fadnavis government had declared a Rs34,022 crore loan waiver and capped it at Rs1.5 lakh per farmer's family.
The agitating farmers' perseverance could be gauged from the fact that they have been walking since Tuesday last when they left Nashik in north Maharashtra, braving the scorching Sun and the intense humidity.
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"Farmers marching into Mumbai".
They started the march on Friday. "We had one riot force team and a strike team along with police teams posted from nearby stations", Mahesh Shetty, senior police inspector, Shahapur police station said.
Meanwhile, the state government today issued an advisory to those appearing in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination cautioning them to reach their respective examination centres before time to avoid any hassles.
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Fadnavis said the government was not a mere silent observer but had made proper arrangement for traffic movement and also deployed medical vans on the route of march.
They said that farmers were also protesting against the state governments land acquisition for projects like high speed rail and super highways. The farmers want a complete waiver of their loans and tribals want lands rights, which they are eligible under the Forest Rights Act.
The protesting farmers say that they are miffed with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) "anti-farmer policies".
"I haven't had any discussions with any of the leaders of the protest march. I only read about the protests in the newspapers", he said.
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Apart from Shiv Sena, which is part of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance, the march on Saturday received support from Raj Thackeray, who heads the rival Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS).