Anytime meeting with farmers .. New MSP does not need law: Center
Farmer leaders who initiated all day
Protest in Punjab and Haryana
Jaipur-Delhi highway blockade
New Delhi, December 14: Center announces readiness for comprehensive discussions with farmers on issues under cultivation laws ‘We are talking to farmers. Another round of talks will take place. We will discuss if they object to clause-wise. Prepare for necessary amendments, ”Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar told the media. He reiterated that there was no possibility of repealing the laws as the farmers wanted. So far 5 rounds of talks with 40 unions have yielded no results.
Tomar was met by BJP MPs and MLAs from Haryana on Monday. He said there would be trouble in the constituencies if the farmers’ agitation did not end. After the meeting, Tomar discussed the issue with Home Minister Amit Shah. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also defended the agrarian law at the FICCI meeting. ‘On the night of December 8, Amit Shah called us for talks. He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations. We will send proposals later, ”Kakaji said. However, Home Ministry sources did not confirm the allegations.
The Center, however, clarified that there was no need to legislate specifically for MSP. The highest number of farmers in the country are supporting the new laws, Agriculture Assistant Minister Purushottam Roopala said in Mumbai. BJP general secretary Arun Singh also said in Jaipur that 99 per cent of the country’s farmers were in favor of the law and that the Congress-led opposition was misleading some farmers. Meanwhile, on Monday, some farmer leaders from the All India Farmers’ Coordinating Committee (AFCCC) petitioned Minister Tomar to support the laws. This is the fourth community to show such compatibility. Meanwhile, leaders of their unions on behalf of the agitating farmers went on a hunger strike on Monday at 33 Sangh and Tikri border points. Whether or not there is a backlash against De Mand for repealing the laws is yet to be ascertained. Delhi CM Kejriwal also took the initiative in solidarity with the farmers. Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia and AAP leaders also protested. Farmers in several districts of Punjab and Haryana staged demonstrations against the law. On the other hand, farmers blocked the Delhi-Jaipur route in several places. Vehicular traffic at Shahjahanpur in Alwar district continues to be disrupted. Roads to Haryana, UP, Rajasthan and Punjab are still closed.
Amarinder Kummakku with Kendra to protect son: Kejri
The war of words between the Punjab and Delhi CMs continues. Punjab CM Amarinder Singh described Kejriwal’s hunger strike in solidarity with farmers as a big drama. Farmers in their state are protesting in the cold on the outskirts of Delhi, wondering if they are ashamed to stage such a drama. On this ‘I am fighting against the center. Amarinder has conspired with the Center to keep his son out of the whole case, ”Kejriwal said.
Death initiation: Anna
Social worker Anna Hazare has warned the Center that she will go on a death hunger strike again seeking a solution to the demands of the farmers. Anna Hazare Nirudu, who sought the solution of the farmer’s problems and demanded implementation of the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission, committed suicide in February at a cost of Rs. One of them is to give autonomy to the Agricultural Costs and Prices Commission. Anna Deeksha resigned after the then Agriculture Minister Radhamohan Singh assured that a high-level committee would be set up on it. Hazare recently wrote a letter to Narendra Tomar, adding that the committee had not decided.