Farmers are making a massive march from Maharashtra and they have reached Mumbai border and now moving towards the KJ Somaiya ground in central Mumbai. All the farmers will be protesting outside the Maharashtra Assembly in Mumbai on Monday.
The farmers' crowd has increased to a large number as more people joined them as they were marching. The police have provided tight security measures and also diverted the traffic. The protesters started the marching from Nashik on Tuesday evening and they are about to finish a tiring walk to Mumbai.
They have walked around 180 km and they halt every 30 Kilometres. Senior Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde visited the farmers when they halted and he also greeted them. He also said he came with party chief Uddhav Thackeray's message and not as a cabinet minister in the Government of Maharashtra.Maharashtra Navnirman Sena also offered their support to the protesters. The farmers said it is not to be branded and it is for a good common cause.
RSS & BJP believe in totalitarianism: Owaisi Hyderabad sources added that MIM president Asaduddin Owaisi reacted to RSS Mohan Bhagwat's demand for a law to build a grand Ram temple at Ayodhya. Meanwhile the Hyderabad MP said that Bhagwat's statement was a clear example of a nation converted into totalitarianism. Owaisi told reporters here "The RSS and BJP believe in totalitarianism and they do not believe in pluralism or in rule of law".
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