Many threats and Crisis Nizamabad Farmers New Guide to ElectionChandra Raja Prabu (Author) Published Date : Apr 10, 2019 12:41 IST
The Telangana State Nizamabad peasent Group has surprised many of the farmers who have taken a decision to strike against the rulers. That is to say that voting for their constituencies in the coming Lok Sabha elections, particularly the ruling party does not have their votes until their demands are met.
They have also created a threat to the ruling party that they will contest in the upcoming elections. Rajendra Reddy, a farmer from the Dharmaram village, has categorically stated that 'agriculture society does not vote for other parties and does not vote for the ruling party in this election.Farmers in various zones participated in the unity meeting of the farmers. High court judge Rachana Reddy was also present. He is a lawyer who advocates for the farmers. It is noteworthy that he is a lawyer who advocates farmers for posting the election, ballot system etc.
Another candidate contesting in Koruthula area, Malla Reddy, said: The unity of the peasantry prevails. They will vote for the farmers. We will select one farmer in the coming elections. Appreciating the feelings of the struggling farmers, Malla Reddy said, "The peasant are contesting in this election in between threats and crises without fear." Malla Reddy, who says that this new way of stepping out the further demolition of their demands in the democratic process, can not interfere with the election and the Court can not interfere with the demand for the implementation of the ballot. But he pointed out that the Court noted there is some problems in the Representative Act.
Many threats and Crisis Nizamabad Farmers New Guide to Election