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The peasant movement, which entered the 20th day, has now turned into a battle across. Farmer leaders said on Tuesday that the government is not ready to return the law and we will keep them doing so. Farmer leader Indrajit said on the Singhu border, “We are not running away from the dialogue, but the government will have to pay attention to our demands and they should make a firm offer to us.”
Indrajit said, ‘During the agitation, 20 farmers have lost their lives in 20 days i.e. one farmer has lost their lives almost every day. We will pay tribute to these farmers by stopping people in villages across the country on 20 December. The battle has now reached the point from where we have to win.
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that we want to have further talks with farmers. We want the rules of every law to be discussed with the farmers. Meanwhile, members of the Bharatiya Kisan Union have met Tomar on Tuesday evening.
ASSOCHAM claims – Rs 3500 crore per day from performance. the loss of
The movement has started to affect the economy of three states. The Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) has claimed that Rs 3500 crore a day has been spent on farmers’ performance. Is being lost. This is causing damage to the economy of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. The economy of these states is interconnected. The transport system has been affected by the farmers’ movement and the supply chain has been broken. This has resulted in increasing prices of fruits and vegetables across the country.
This has come at a time when the lockdown is starting to open in the country. Farmers, customers and industries have to pay for this. The Secretary General of the Chamber has appealed to the government to resolve the issue at the earliest. At the same time, the farmers union is not ready to back down on its demands. There will be a meeting of the united front of farmers’ organizations from 3 o’clock this afternoon. A week of strategy will be discussed in this.
Gadkari said – pictures of anti-national people were shown in the demonstration
Meanwhile, the government has talked about getting ready for talks with farmers. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said, “There are some people who are misleading farmers by misusing the demonstrations. A photo of a person from the Naxalite affected Gadchiroli district was seen in this movement. This person is currently in jail. There is nothing to do directly or indirectly. Photos of those who gave anti-national speeches in Delhi were also seen in the demonstration. I don’t understand how the photos of such people got there. There are definitely some people who mislead the farmers Trying. I think it’s wrong. ‘
Gadkari said- I do not think that Anna Hazare will join the farmers’ movement. We have not done anything against the farmers. It is the right of the farmers to sell their produce in the market, sell it to traders or elsewhere. In fact, on Monday, social activist Anna Hazare had asked the government to accept the demands of the farmers. He wrote a letter to the government to approve the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission. Hazare had said that if the government does not accept these things, then he will go on a hunger strike in support of the farmers.
10 farmer organizations supported agricultural laws
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that 10 farmer organizations from Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Bihar and Haryana have upheld and upheld the agricultural laws. To the agitating farmers, Tomar said that we are ready for talks. If they give their views on our proposal, we will definitely talk further.