Indian Farmers Give Modi a Black Eye

Thousands of Indian farmers, who had been marching in the state of Maharashtra led by a Communist-led farmers’ organization (AIKS), concluded their protest on March 18 with the government accepting their demands.

Vikas Rawal, Professor of Economics at the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning at Jawaharalal Nehru University, discusses the farmer’s demands and what their victory means for the larger Indian left-wing movement.

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