With the indefinite strike of farmers in Maharashtra demanding crop loan waivers and better procurement prices entering its second day on Friday, the farmers continue to spill litres of milk down the road as a part of their protest.
Meanwhile, section 144 has been imposed as reports have emerged of clashes and people being detained in large numbers.
The farmers have demanded loan waivers after being distressed over falling prices of agriculture produce and other related issues.Yesterday, two tankers of milk were spilled on the road in Shirdi as a sign of indefinite strike by farmers in Maharashtra.
Due to ongoing strikes, the nearby cities like Mumbai and Pune are facing the crisis of vegetables, fruits, etc.
Reportedly, on Tuesday some of the representatives of a state-level coordination committee of various farmers outfits Kisan Kranti Morcha met state Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis at his official residence in Mumbai to discuss the issue, but the discussion failed as the farmers refused to postpone their agitation.