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Published on Oct 13, 2016
Led by Vartika Poddar and Arun Roy Choudhary, Swabhav Natak Dal travels across the country to understand from and perform for groups of labour class, farmers, youth and other underprivileged sections of the society to highlight the social injustices being committed towards them. In the last few years, through the medium of Swabhav Natak Dal, Ankur and Vartika have performed street plays in various parts of the country to raise the issues of displacement of local communities, rural to urban migration, cheap labour and the victimisation of the labour class, among other social injustices.
With the help of various initiatives by the villagers, efforts by Greenpeace & Ishtiaque Ahmad and support from government schemes, Kedia village can now proudly boast of 282 vermi compost beds, 11 biogas plants, five ponds, five cow shelters, one cold-storage unit and several compost toilets. The farmers of Kedia village are now self-dependent; and their input cost has considerably reduced. They no longer have to buy manure, seeds and water from the market; and their yield is better than ever before.
Parts of the footage in the film have been shared by People's Film Collective. We are thankful to them for their help.