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IAC has shifted focus from core issue of 'Vidarbha Agrarian Crisis'
Welcoming the efforts of IAC, Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samiti has said that the anti-corruption movement should, instead of using issues for their political benefits, raise the issues of aam aadmi who is suffering the most.

VIDARBHA JAN Andolan Samiti has been closely associated with India Against Corruption (IAC) and according to its national president, Kishore Tiwari, the Samiti was asked to 'provide all details related to irrigation scam and recently developed power project crisis'.

But Tiwari has alleged that the motive of IAC, which should have been to raise the issue of agrarian crisis in Vidarbha, has been mis-directed and used for their own political game.

“All data given by us was intentionally not used as it was targeted towards very complex integrated issue policies, technology, development model and massive misdeeds done at various levels but lastly it resulted in single person focus agenda where our main issues have gone on backfoot,” Tiwari rued.

Welcoming the focus on 'irrigation scam', Tiwari said that it should be used to bring to the forethe main issues of Indian rural crisis, including agrarian, health, employment, very costly education, massive unemployment, pathetic condition of NRHM, ICDS, MNREGA and ITDP

“We are ready to provide them all need inputs. But we demand that IAC should focus on main demands of Aam Aadmi, living in remote villages and who is dying without food and medicine,” Tiwari added.

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