Tightening their stance against the three new agricultural laws, farmer leaders said on Tuesday that they would roll back these laws from the government and that their fight had reached a level where they are committed to winning it. On the other hand, the government is repeatedly indicating that new laws will not be repealed. Yes, it can be amended according to the demands of the farmers.
Announcement of Chilli border jam on Wednesday
Addressing a press conference on the Singhu border, the farmers announced that the Chilla border between Delhi and Noida would be completely blocked on Wednesday. Leader Jagjit Dallewal, who was present at the press conference, said, “The government is saying that it will not withdraw these laws, we are saying that we will get you done so.” He said, “The fight has reached that stage where We are committed to winning the case, “he said.” We are not running away from the talks but the government will have to pay attention to our demands and come up with concrete proposals. ”
‘On average one agitating farmer dies every day’
Several other farmer leaders also addressed the press conference and called on people to pay tribute to the farmers who lost their lives during the demonstration on 20 December. Farmer leader Rishipal said that on an average, one farmer has died every day since the demonstration started in the last week of November. Another farmer leader said, “A tribute day will be organized in all the villages and tehsil headquarters of the country on December 20 from 11 am to 1 pm for the farmers who lost their lives and martyred during the protest.”
The government will clearly indicate that the laws will not be returned
On the other hand Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said, “The government is in favor of continuing the dialogue with the real farmers organizations. The Minimum Support Price (MSP) is an administrative decision and it will remain the same. In various states of the country Agricultural laws have been welcomed. ” On Tuesday, members of the Indian Farmers Union (BKU) met Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar at Krishi Bhavan. Giving this information, Tomar said, “I spoke to the National and Territorial Officer of the Indian Farmers Union, who came from UP today. They have supported all the three agrarian reform laws. They said that we are with the laws and the government, the need for agrarian reform laws.” It was a long time. “
PM again targeted the opposition in a gesture
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the farmers gathered near Delhi are being misled under the conspiracy. After laying the foundation stone for some development projects in his home state of Gujarat, Modi said that his government is addressing the farmers’ concerns over the new agricultural laws.
(With input from news agency language and ANI)