Today is the day of a complete revolution: The farmers who are protesting against the three black laws today (Saturday) called for a complete revolution day by the Samyukt Kisan Morcha. On this occasion, it called for the burning of copies of three anti-farmer laws. Also, BJP MPs and MLAs across the country have decided to hold protests at their homes. It was decided to issue ordinances relating to these laws and to express their protest on the occasion of the end of the year. Dharmendra Malik, media in-charge of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), said copies of cultivation laws brought by the central government would be burnt at the residences of BJP MPs and MLAs. In districts where BJP MPs and MLAs are not present, they will protest at the respective district collector’s offices. Farmers’ unions, who have been protesting on the borders of delhi since November 2020, said the decision was taken.
Black laws behind by 2024: Rakesh Tikait
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said the Center would repeal three agricultural laws by 2024. Speaking to the media on Friday, he was asked a number of questions on agricultural laws and farmers’ concerns. On this occasion, he said, “By 2024, the government will repeal the agricultural laws. It certainly can happen. By then elections will come in the country. Already these agricultural laws have become a major obstacle to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA). If they continue like this, they will suffer a lot, ”he said.
Why don’t they withdraw? Is there any compelling reason to think so? It became law in September and is still not enforced. Mani said it would run for another year as well. It will never be implemented again, ”he said. Responding to a phone conversation with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, he said, “True, I talked about the problems of sugarcane farmers in UP. In some areas, sugarcane costs just Giving only Rs. 23 thousand. I told them to calm down and we would take care, “said Rakesh Tikait.
189th Daily Anxiety
The farmers’ movement is in full swing, demanding the repeal of three anti-farmer laws and the legalization of a minimum support price. The peasant movement on the borders of the national capital delhi reached its 189th day on Friday. Hundreds of farmers are participating in the farmers’ agitation on the borders of Singh, Tikri, Ghazipur, Shahjahanpur, and Palwal. Thousands of farmers are flocking to the delhi border from Haryana and Punjab.
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