New Delhi, April 11: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will address a farmer rally in Delhi's Mundka area. Extending helping hand to distressed farmers who are facing tough time after untimely rain and hailstorms destroyed their crops, Aam Aadmi Party chief will do a 'Sahyog Rally'.
It is being said that through the really, Kejriwal will reach out to farmers and will speak about his government's plan for them. Delhi CM could announce a relief package for farmers who are struggling because of untimely rain.
Earlier, a delegation of farmers called on Kejriwal at the Delhi Secretariat. They submitted a memorandum requesting Delhi CM to compensate farmers for recent loss of crops.
Recently Narendra Modi government announced series of measures to help farmers.
Speaking at the launch of Mudra Bank, Prime Minister Modi said criteria of 50 per cent crop damage for providing compensation to affected farmers has been reduced to 33 per cent which will help more farmers to get compensation for their crop loss.