ALSO READTamil Nadu farmers vow to continue protest at Jantar Mantar BKU offers support to TN farmers protesting at Jantar Mantar Delhi: TN Agriculture Minister tries to pacify agitating farmers at Jantar Mantar Tamil Nadu farmers strip infront of PM's office Drought-hit TN farmers tape their mouths in protest in Delhi
The farmers brought grass to the protest venue and ate it in front of mediapersons.
"We are trying everything to make the prime minister take note of our plight, but in vain. So, we are eating grass," one of the protesting farmers told PTI.
The farmers have been coming up with unique ways to highlight their problems. Yesterday, they wore sarees with wedding knots.
Several politicians of regional and national parties, actors and farmers' unions have extended support to the protesting farmers.
"Despite parleys with Union ministers, our situation has remained unchanged," said the farmer.
The demands of the farmers include a Rs-40,000 crore drought relief package from the Centre, farm loan waiver and setting up of the Cauvery Management Board.
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