Farmers in these villages have decided to curtail supply of milk, vegetables and grains, and will wear black bands to express solidarity solidarity and fight for their demands. The farmers' bodies have been demanding agricultural loan waivers, passage of a farmers' security Act and implementation of the recommendations of the MS Swaminathan Commission.
"Farmers in Rajasthan are no different from farmers of other states," the national president of Kisan Mahapanchayat, Rampal Jat, said in a press conference in Jaipur.
"Farmers' demands have not been met. Holding talks with BKS representatives and assurances given to them were merely an eyewash and attempt to pacify farmers' protest.
"We have called for a shutdown in 45,000 villages in Rajasthan on July 9. Twenty-six associations representing farmers will support the protest," Mr Jat said.
He has alleged that the BJP, which is in power at the Centre and in the state, have failed to fulfill the promises made to the farmers in its election manifestos.
Farmers in Rajasthan are under huge debt as their produce is not being procured at the government-fixed minimum support price (MSP).
Several states including Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab have waived farmers' loans.