Agitating for new agricultural laws FarmerThey will again hold talks with the government on Thursday. Earlier, farmers have given a big warning to the government.
Farmers union officials say the government has one last chance to repeal agricultural laws. After this, the movement will take a violent form in the whole country.
He has also called for a special session of Parliament to repeal the laws.
In Maharashtra, effigies will be burnt in every district on Thursday – Shinde
NDTV According to Pratibha Shinde of Lok Sangharsh Morcha said, “We are in opposition to agricultural laws on Thursday Maharashtra All districts will have effigies of the government and industrialists and their protest will be held in Gujarat on 5 December. ”
He added, “Tomorrow is the last chance for the government to take a decision to repeal the laws. After this the movement will become very large and will cause the government to collapse in the country.”
Government should not try to divide farmers- Dr. Darshan Pal
Dr. Darshan Pal, President of Kranti Kisan Union, after meeting with the farmers on the Singhu border said that the government tried to show that it is only a farmers’ movement in Punjab. The government has attempted to divide the farmers.
He said that till the three agricultural laws are repealed, their agitation will continue. The Center should call a special session of Parliament to repeal the new laws.
Other routes will also be blocked if law is not repealed- Dr. Darshan Pal
Dr. Darshan Pal said that if the government does not repeal the agricultural laws on Thursday, then other routes going to Delhi will also be blocked.
He said that along with Punjab, farmer representatives from other states should also be called for talks. Farmers will hold a nationwide protest on December 5 and burn effigies of corporate houses, including the Modi government. Two days later, he will return his medal against Punjab.
Agriculture Minister appealed to farmers to continue talks
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has appealed to the farmers to continue negotiations after the nationwide agitation and warning of blocking other routes to Delhi.
He said, “Let us see to what extent the issues can be resolved. The laws are in their interest and reforms have been done after a long wait, but if the farmers have any objection to this, then we will address their concerns.” Ready. ”
Police opened Delhi-Noida border
Police observed the demonstration of farmers in the morning Delhi-Noida border closed Had done it. This caused trouble to people. The police reopened the border in the afternoon and after thorough investigation, the vehicles entered Delhi.
Farmers left for Delhi from Gwalior to join the movement
Here, the number of farmers is increasing with every day in the farmers’ movement. On Wednesday, a team of farmers left Gwalior for Delhi to join the movement.
All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee convenor Sardar VM Singh said that Home Minister Amit Shah had called the farmers to Burari for talks, but did not call the farmers of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh for talks on Tuesday.
Talks are being held between farmers and government on Tuesday
On the other hand, on Tuesday, the 35-member delegation of farmers and the government held talks on other demands, including agricultural laws. Finished with no result happened. Due to this, there is still a deadlock between the government and the farmers.
The government had proposed the formation of a committee to the farmers to resolve the matter, but the peasant leaders turned it down. Now the next round of talks will be held on Thursday.
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 storage limits for many grains and pulses.
Farmers of many states including Punjab and 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).