An update on “Farmer revolt” in Madhya Pradesh
Going further on the Farmer revolt which has badly affected Madhya Pradesh, the situations have gone
Going further on the Farmer revolt which has badly affected Madhya Pradesh, the situations have gone even more riotous. Passengers who were supposed to reach Udaipur by this evening have gone back to Indore as the train was held up in Ratlam for more than 4 hours and reverted back to Indore reaching there around 7:30 p.m.
The heat of revolt is gaining speed in Indore. The city’s traffic also suffered due to rainfall and finding an auto back home was troublesome for the already tired and scared passengers. Devas, 35 km from Indore, saw vendors protesting and shouting at the police firing them with questions about the loss of money that each vendor was suffering.
They even asked the police if police would take the responsibility of covering the loss that the farmers were facing. The police were seen trying to pressurise the vegetable vendors to end the revolt as a result of which the agitated vendors even broke the police vehicles. Four buses were also set on fire in Dewas today late afternoon. The passengers somehow managed to escape.
There have been reports of attack on Mandsaur Collector by the revolting mob. The Mandsaur Collector was forced to retreat from MHOW-Neemuch highway about 20 kms from Mandsaur. Vehicles on the highway were torched.
Image Source : newindianexpress and ht