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[NEWS] See Massive group of Indians buried themselves in soil and left only their head to breathe, what happened?

Posted by on March 7, 2020 0


(360NAIJAMEDIA NEWS)  See massive group Of Indians Buried Themselves In Soil And Left Only Their Head To Breathe, What Happened?
Dozens of farmers in nindad village, Rajasthan, India, buried themselves in the soil to protest against land acquisition, Russian satellite network reported.
It is said that in 2010, 500 farmers from nindad village, Rajasthan, India, were told that the state government would expropriate their land to complete a housing project. Ten years later, farmers from nindad protested that the results of the acquisition were unsatisfactory.
As part of the protest, more than 50 farmers, including women, buried themselves in the hot soil on the outskirts of Jaipur. They buried the soil to their chest, their arms were in the soil, only their necks were exposed. They are said to protest for two main reasons: one is to declare unfair monetary compensation, and the other is to ask for possession of land before paying compensation.
Wednesday (March 4) is the fourth day of the protest, and videos of the event have begun to go viral on social media. Some also share posts on social media to draw the attention of Ashok gehlot, Rajasthan’s chief minister.
Farmers’ land is being acquired by the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA), the report said. So far, it is unclear how the Rajasthan government plans to address the plight of its farmers.
They also held one such event in January, but cancelled it four days later, as the state government assured them that it would address their concerns within 50 days.
“The state government requires 50 days to solve farmers’ problems,” said the event’s sponsor. Since the government failed to make any decision, we decided to start the protest again. It seems that the government is not serious about the problem of farmers. ”
 
In October 2017, these farmers also held a protest, some of which even went  on a hunger strike.
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