Opposing agricultural laws Farmer The organizations plan to speed up the demonstration.
After four rounds of talks with the government, farmers did not agree on the issue on 8 December India Has called off.
Farmer leaders say that if the government does not withdraw these three laws, farmers will close India on 8 December.
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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).
The fifth round of talks on 5 December
So far, four rounds of talks have been held to form an agreement between the government and the farmers. If the government is talking about amending the laws, then the farmers are demanding to repeal the laws. There will be a fifth dialogue on 5 December.
India calls for bandh on 8 December
A day before the talks with the government, Bharat Kisan Union (BKU) general secretary HS Lakhowal told the Singhu border, “Yesterday we had clearly told the government that agricultural laws should be withdrawn. On December 5, Modi government and corporate across the country The effigies of the houses will be burnt. On December 7, all the heroes will return their medals. On December 8, we have called for a Bharat Bandh and all toll plazas will be made free for one day. ”
Amendment in laws not accepted – farmer leader
Hannan Mollah, also associated with the BKU, said amendments to the laws would not be accepted.
At the same time, he also expressed displeasure at calling these demonstrations a movement of Punjab only.
Mollah said, “To call it just the Punjab movement is a conspiracy of the government, but today farmers have shown that this movement is happening all over India and will happen even further. We have decided that if the government will put any amendment tomorrow, we will not accept it will do.”
Participation of farmers in Republic Day parade – Tikait
On the other hand, Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, which is leading the farmers’ demonstrations along the Delhi-Ghaziabad border, has called for the participation of farmers in the parade at Rajpath on the occasion of Republic Day, calling for a Bharat Bandh.
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 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.
Joint statement of opposition parties in support of farmers
Apart from different social and labor organizations, now opposition parties have also supported the farmers.
Eight opposition parties today issued a joint statement supporting the protesting farmers.
The leaders who issued the statement included NCP chief Sharad Pawar, TMK’s TR Balu, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury, CPI general secretary D Raja, RJP MP Manoj Jha, CPI (ML) general secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya, AIFB’s Debabrata Biswas and RSP general secretary Manoj Bhattacharya. Are included.