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NCP activists take out morcha in Aurangabad

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Oct 7 (UNI) The activists of NCP on Saturday took out a morcha to Vaijapur tehsildar office in the district and staged a demonstration to protest against the state government's apathy towards farmers issues and rising inflation.
NCP activists, led by Vaijapur MLA Bhausaheb Chikatgaokar, took out morcha from Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar chowk to the tehsildar office and held demonstration against the state government alleging that
government was not serious about solving problems of farmers who were committing suicides for not getting any benefit of loan waiver and the suicide ratio has gone up during past three years.
Later, a delegation submitted a memorandum to the tehsildar Suman More in which they demanded to waive off loan of all farmers, fair price to the farm products, implemention of Swaminathan commission
report and immediately withdraw load shedding.
Addressing the gathering, Mr Chikatgaokar did not spare Shiv Sena for taking credit for loan waiver scheme and asked them to come out from government.
In his criticism of the state government, he alleged that it had not fulfilled their promises of the reservation for Marathas and Muslims and their failure to solve problem of irrigation.