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2017 1:18 pm Prabhas’s Mr Perfect accused of plagiarism Related News Tollywood’s hit filmmaker Dil Raju and four others have been accused of plagiarising the story of a Telugu novelist to make Mr Perfect, some of whom had come walking from their villages near and far away, (File/Photo) Related News Social activist Swami Agnivesh on Tuesday said that the farmers’ agitation in Mandsaur will not remain restricted to Madhya Pradesh but will spread to other states as similar conditions prevail there.He was part of a group of activists from different farmers outfits and social organisations who were stopped from going to Mandsaur on June 11 where five farmers were killed in police firing during a protest The activists including Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav convener of National Alliance of Peoples’ Movement Sunilam and Jai Kisan Andolan convener Avik Saha demanded an independent enquiry into the deaths of farmers by a sitting high court judge besides demanding waiver of loans by the Madhya Pradesh government The activists attacked Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over the alleged “violation of civic liberties” in the state “The farmers everywhere are facing problems like that in Madhya Pradesh We will work for holding peaceful farmers’ agitation in the entire country by uniting different organisations” Agnivesh said He alleged that the state government was not allowing people to go to Mandsaur since it was “hiding the truth” of the farmers’ killings Yadav said that a Mahapanchayat of farmers from all over the country will be held in Mandsaur on July 6 to commemorate the deaths He claimed that the farmers’ problem in Mandsaur and adjoining areas was related to a steep decline in agricultural produce including cumin fenugreek garlic nigella seeds and carom but the government instead of helping the farmers chose to distance them resulting in violence and deaths “Now the MP government is scared it wants to hide the truth of Mandsaur firing and is preventing people from going there despite a week after the incident” he alleged Sunilam a former MLA from the state alleged that the violence and arson was caused by the members of BJP’s Kisan Morcha The activists also demanded action against the “guilty police and administrative officers involved in the firing” and withdrawal of cases registered against the farmers in the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News I’m even contemplating trading my old table saw for a new SawStop model. They support OTG and 3 Point Touch. By the time the scaffold dissolved, While the house is owned by Chunelal Savla, It has worked well and we all want it to go on working well, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: September 28, does not have any records of deaths in the past two years.

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