An Overview
The Mukti Sangharsh organized small and medium peasants and the displaced industrial workers in the early 1980s in Sangli...
There were scarcityconditions due touncertain rainfall, poorsoil and small holdings.
One of the leaders was Bharat Patankar who with his wife Gail Omved and mother Indutai mobilized the peasants and workers...
Morchas and Dharnaswere organized tocreate an awarenessregarding their rights.
The demand was that the Economic Guarantee Scheme (EGS) be used comprehensively for the people to bring about sustainable...
An unusual feature of thismovement was thatalmost half of itsparticipants and manyleaders were women.
It addressed gender inequalities in division of labour and raised issues of corruption in the sugar cooperatives and expl...
 The MS stated that stone breaking and road building did not lead to growth and a demand was made for a regional plan to ...
The MS linkedenvironmentalsustainability withpublic participation.
It started a Stri MuktiSangharsh in 1985 todevelop feministconsciousness and involvemale activists.
This gave womenaccess to land andpolitical power.
In fact this movement did not have a single focus but was committed to multiple struggles for economic and social justice.
It incorporated concrete material targets and broad ideological goals through direct action and political activism.
Sincere Thanksto Prof. AnitaMandrekar
Thank You Saurabh Deshpande
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Shoshit Shetkari Kashtkari Kamgar Mukti Sangharsh (SSKKMS)

  1. 1. An Overview
  2. 2. The Mukti Sangharsh organized small and medium peasants and the displaced industrial workers in the early 1980s in Sangli district which was affected by drought in 1982.
  3. 3. There were scarcityconditions due touncertain rainfall, poorsoil and small holdings.
  4. 4. One of the leaders was Bharat Patankar who with his wife Gail Omved and mother Indutai mobilized the peasants and workers under the employment guarantee scheme act of 1978.
  5. 5. Morchas and Dharnaswere organized tocreate an awarenessregarding their rights.
  6. 6. The demand was that the Economic Guarantee Scheme (EGS) be used comprehensively for the people to bring about sustainable agricultural development.
  7. 7. An unusual feature of thismovement was thatalmost half of itsparticipants and manyleaders were women.
  8. 8. It addressed gender inequalities in division of labour and raised issues of corruption in the sugar cooperatives and exploitation of Dalits.
  9. 9.  The MS stated that stone breaking and road building did not lead to growth and a demand was made for a regional plan to construct small dams and tanks to solve the water problem.
  10. 10. The MS linkedenvironmentalsustainability withpublic participation.
  11. 11. It started a Stri MuktiSangharsh in 1985 todevelop feministconsciousness and involvemale activists.
  12. 12. This gave womenaccess to land andpolitical power.
  13. 13. In fact this movement did not have a single focus but was committed to multiple struggles for economic and social justice.
  14. 14. It incorporated concrete material targets and broad ideological goals through direct action and political activism.
  15. 15. Sincere Thanksto Prof. AnitaMandrekar
  16. 16. Thank You Saurabh Deshpande

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