<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Farmers from Maharashtra who had gone to attend Kisan Yatra in Delhi are now stuck in Madhya Pradesh, after the train they boarded to return home travelled 160 kilometers in the wrong direction.Over 1,500 farmers are stuck at Madhya Pradesh’s Banmor station and even the railway authorities are clueless about what to do.The railway authorities reportedly gave a wrong signal, due to which the train took a wrong route and left them stranded at the station in MP, reported News18.Thousands of farmers from across the country had on Monday gathered in the national capital to attend ‘Kisan Mukti Sansad’ or farmers’ liberation parliament, demanding a one-time total farm debt waiver and remunerative prices for their produce.A special train was arranged for the thousands of protesting farmers including 200 women and was booked by farmers from Kohlapur in Maharashtra.(More details are awaited)

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1,500 farmers returning to Maharashtra stuck in MP after train travels 160 kms in wrong direction