January 19, 2022

Farmer Challenged Three Farm Laws Passed By Center In Sc Pm Modi Appeal People To Listen Press Conference – Farmer, PM Modi Reaches Special Appeal To People Against Agriculture Law


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Fri, 11 Dec 2020 08:36 AM IST

Farmer organization leader addressing media (File photo)
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The ongoing tussle between the farmers’ organizations and the central government over the new agricultural laws is not being named. The movement of farmers against the laws continues continuously. The farmers demand that the government withdraw these three laws. The government is only proposing amendments rather than withdrawing the law. Meanwhile, the farmers’ organizations have approached the Supreme Court regarding this. At the same time, Prime Minister Modi has appealed to the countrymen to listen to the press conference of the ministers on Thursday about the farmers’ movement.

Farmers organization reached Supreme court
The Indian Farmers Union has filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the agricultural laws. The petition challenges all three agricultural laws. Earlier on Thursday, the farmers’ organizations made it clear by holding a press conference that they will not end the movement till the law is withdrawn and intensify their fight. At the same time, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has demanded the farmers to end their agitation and talk on the amendment proposal.

PM Modi said this in the appeal
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, tweeting on Friday, referred to the recent press conference held by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in the case of farmers’ agitation and appealed to people to listen to him. Prime Minister Modi wrote, ‘My two cabinet colleagues, Narendra Singh Tomar ji and Piyush Goyal ji have talked in detail about the new agricultural laws and the demands of the farmers. Do listen to this.

Demonstration continues for two weeks
Thousands of farmers have been protesting against the central government’s agricultural laws for nearly two weeks on Delhi’s borders- Singhu, Tikri, Ghazipur and Chilla (Delhi-Noida). Talks between the government and the protesting farmers have not yielded any results so far.

The ongoing tussle between the farmers’ organizations and the central government over the new agricultural laws is not being named. The movement of farmers against the laws continues continuously. The farmers demand that the government withdraw these three laws. The government is only proposing amendments rather than withdrawing the law. Meanwhile, the farmers’ organizations have approached the Supreme Court regarding this. At the same time, Prime Minister Modi has appealed to the countrymen to listen to the press conference of the ministers on Thursday about the farmers’ movement.

Farmers organization reached Supreme court

The Indian Farmers Union has filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the agricultural laws. The petition challenges all three agricultural laws. Earlier on Thursday, the farmers’ organizations made it clear by holding a press conference that they will not end the movement till the law is withdrawn and intensify their fight. At the same time, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has demanded the farmers to end their agitation and talk on the amendment proposal.

PM Modi said this in the appeal

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, tweeting on Friday, referred to the recent press conference held by Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in the case of farmers’ agitation and appealed to people to listen to him. Prime Minister Modi wrote, ‘My two cabinet colleagues, Narendra Singh Tomar ji and Piyush Goyal ji have talked in detail about the new agricultural laws and the demands of the farmers. Do listen to this.

Demonstration continues for two weeks
Thousands of farmers have been protesting against the central government’s agricultural laws for nearly two weeks on Delhi’s borders- Singhu, Tikri, Ghazipur and Chilla (Delhi-Noida). Talks between the government and the protesting farmers have not yielded any results so far.




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