new Delhi. Today is the 49th day of the peasant movement against all three agricultural laws. The ‘strength’ of this peaceful movement of farmers is also increasing continuously. Farmers from Haryana, Punjab, UP, Rajasthan and other states, regardless of the cold and rain, are continuously arriving at the dharna along with the logistics. Meanwhile, Shiv Sena gave a big advice to the central government and said that PM Modi should respect farmers by repealing the agricultural law.
The Shiv Sena, through its mouthpiece ‘Saamana’, said, ‘Prime Minister Modi should welcome the courage and stubbornness of the farmers and honor the farmers by repealing the agricultural law. Modi will be bigger than he is today. Modi, be big.
Shiv Sena further wrote that the Supreme Court has given a stay order of three agricultural laws. Yet the farmers are adamant on the movement. Now it will be said on behalf of the government- ‘Look, the strut of farmers does not even listen to the Supreme Court.’ But the question is not about the honor of the Supreme Court, but about the agricultural policy of the country.
In the face, it was further written that the farmers demand that the agriculture laws be repealed, the decision has to be taken by the government. The government has put a gun on the shoulder of the court and fired on the farmers but the farmers are not ready to withdraw. The ongoing discussion between farmer organizations and the government is proving to be unsuccessful every day.
On the other hand, the President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union and former Rajya Sabha MP Bhupinder Singh Mann on Thursday broke away from the committee formed by the Supreme Court on agricultural laws. He has given this information by writing a letter. He wrote in the letter thanking the Supreme Court that he is always standing with Punjab and farmers. Mann said, ‘I thank the Supreme Court for including me in the four-member committee formed to initiate dialogue with the farmers’ organizations on the three laws brought by the central government. As a farmer and union leader myself, in view of the feelings and apprehensions that arose among the general public, I am ready to break away from any post given for not compromising the interests of Punjab or the farmers. I separate myself from the committee. Will always stand with the farmers and Punjab.
Let us know that the agitating farmers have been camping at the UP gate since November 28 and the Ghaziabad-Delhi carriageway of NH-9 has also been closed since December 3. The demand of these farmers is to repeal the three agricultural laws and enact legislation on MSP. In view of this, security has been increased on the borders of Delhi. A large number of security forces were deployed along the Singhu border. The farmers have held 8 rounds of talks with the government but even after that no solution has been found. The farmer is not willing to accept at any cost.
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