Indore: Today, a large number of agricultural students gheraoed the Indore collector’s office in a semi-naked state while protesting against the government in the financial capital of Madhya Pradesh, Indore. During this, all the protesters shouted slogans talking about the government’s anti-promise and handed over the memorandum to the collector. Explain that this demonstration was done by the students to add backlog posts in the recently held examination of Rural Agricultural Extension Officer. Along with this, regarding the demands, the protesters also said that if their demands are not met, they will soon perform on a large scale.
No hearing on demands
Explain that the protesters started this journey from Bhanwarkua and demanded their rights from the government in a semi-naked state. During this large-scale demonstration, senior police officers were also present regarding security. However, there was no accident during this period. During this, National President of Agri Ankuran Welfare Association (Aawa) Radhe Jat, who is leading the movement, said while talking to the media that we are meeting the Chief Minister and the Agriculture Minister regarding our demands, but no hearing is being held.
Warned of violent agitation if demands are not met
Along with this, Radhe Jat further said that the Chief Minister of the state was held responsible for not fulfilling his promise. Along with this, Radhe Jat also said that if the demands are not accepted in 10 days, then a big yatra will be taken out from Indore to Bhopal. In which thousands of agriculture students will participate.
Know what the students demand
The students demand that the backlog posts should be included in the Rural Agriculture Extension Officer examination to be held on 21st and 22nd July. As soon as the rally being taken out by the youth reached Palsikar intersection, the police stopped them from holding the semi-nude demonstration and rally. After the advice of the police, all the youth participating in the rally wore their clothes again and took the rally forward.