Amra Ram, the chief of the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) who led the farmers’ stir in Sikar recently, will be in Haryana’s Hisar district on Tuesday along with the Chief Minister of Left-ruled Tripura, Manik Sarkar. They will address a farmers’ rally that is being organised to push for a farm loan waiver and better crop prices. Ram is a former legislator from Rajasthan who recently led a successful farmers’ protest in the state. He alleged that under the policies of the Modi government at the Centre, the farmers have been hit badly. “Farmers have been the worst hit by the policies of the Modi government at the Centre. The BJP government came to power on the promise of 50 per cent profit over the cost input of crops, but now the farmers feel cheated. They don’t have an option, but to struggle,” he said, reported Indian Express.