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Farmers Will Contest From Varanasi Against Modi

After irking TRS Nizamabad MP candidate Kalvakuntla Kavitha the turmeric and red jowar farmers fighting for the minimum rate for their crops are getting ready to intensify their fight against the central government. Turmeric and red jowar farmers will now contest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Varanasi. Approximately 70 farmers from Nizamabad have already left to Varanasi and will file their nomination against Modi of April 27th.

The Tamil Nadu farmers since being exploited by both the state and central governments, by without providing relief funds to them and not abandoning the cooperative bank loans given to the farmers. This protest was led by Mr Ayyakannu, a Tamil Farmer. They did some innovative protesting methods like half shaving their beards and hairs, eating the flesh of rats and snake., Taking the bizarreness of their protests up to a notch, Tamil Nadu farmers at Jantar Mantar have vowed to consume their urine on April 22 2017. The farmers from Tamil Nadu will also contest against Modi. Nearly 120  farmers are on their way to Varanasi and they will file nomination along with Nizamabad farmers against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

As per sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will file his nomination from Varanasi tomorrow.

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