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Shoshit Shetkari Kashtkari Kamgar Mukti Sangharsh (SSKKMS)
 

Shoshit Shetkari Kashtkari Kamgar Mukti Sangharsh (SSKKMS)

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    Shoshit Shetkari Kashtkari Kamgar Mukti Sangharsh (SSKKMS) Shoshit Shetkari Kashtkari Kamgar Mukti Sangharsh (SSKKMS) Presentation Transcript

    • An Overview
    • 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.
    • 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 under the employment guarantee scheme act of 1978.
    • 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 agricultural development.
    • 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 exploitation of Dalits.
    •  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.
    • 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