Agriculture Minister said before meeting with farmers – ready to give written assurance on MSP

  • Just before the fifth round of meeting with farmers on Saturday central government Has said to be willing to give written assurance on the minimum support price (MSP).

    Union Minister of Agriculture Narendra tomar Has said that if the farmer wishes, he is willing to give them written assurance on the minimum support price (MSP).

    Explain that a big concern of the protesting farmers is that after the new laws, the MSP will be abolished gradually.

  • Agriculture Minister said – fear of farmers over abolition of MSP is baseless

  • News 18 Talking to Tomar said that the fear of farmers on abolishing MSP is baseless. He said, “I assure the farmers that there will be no change in the MSP. We are ready to give these in writing if the organizations want. The Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) is also our priority.”

    “We want a solution through dialogue. We are moving towards ending the deadlock,” he said.

  • Farmers have called India off on 8 December

  • This has been said by the Agriculture Minister at a time when the farmers’ organization India closes on 8 December. And has called for the closure of all the routes of Delhi.

    Announcing this on Friday, the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) said, “On December 5, effigies of the Modi government and corporate houses will be burnt across the country. On December 7, all the heroes will return their medals. On December 8 we India off Has called. ”

  • Participation of farmers in Republic Day parade – Tikait

  • Along with the call for Bharat bandh, BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait, who is leading the farmers ‘demonstrations along the Delhi-Ghaziabad border, has demanded farmers’ participation in the parade on Rajpath on the occasion of Republic Day.

    He said that this time the entire system of farmers should be included in the parade on 26 January. The tractor runs on bumpy ground, it should also get a chance to walk on the velvet road of Rajpath.

  • Transporters have called for a strike on 8 December

  • Earlier, All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), representing millions of truckers, also on 8 December Strike in support of farmers Has threatened to do.

    AIMTC chief Kultaran Singh Atwal had said that the transporters would cease operations in North India from December 8 if the demands of the farmers were not met. Even after this, if the government does not accept the demand, then trucks will be stopped by jamming the whole country.

  • Reasons for demonstrations

    What is the whole matter of agricultural laws?

  • The Modi government has brought three laws to improve the agriculture sector, including making provisions for procurement outside government mandis, approving contract farming and ending the storage limit for many grains and pulses.

    Punjab And farmers of many states including Haryana are strongly opposing these laws.

    He says that through these the government wants to get rid of mandis and the minimum support price (MSP).

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