Rashtriya Kisan Mahashangha (RKM) has called for a nation-wide blockade of national highways tomorrow between 12 noon and 3 pm, demanding President rule in Madhya Pradesh in view of growing agrarian crisis.
RKM is a consortium of 62 farmers organisation across country established in January to work with all stakeholders for debt waiver and optimal price of agri-produce.
"From June 11-15, we followed peaceful demonstration, by wearing black bands to register our protest. But on June 16 there will be a pan-India blockade of highways between 12 noon and 3 pm," RKM member Raghupati Singh said in a statement.
RKM said it would approach the national human rights commission against the killing of six farmers in Mandsaur district in the state recently.
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