November 29, 2021

Farmer Protest: Farmer Leaders Will Fast For A Day On All Borders – Farmers Movement: Farmer leaders will fast for a day on all borders of Delhi on Monday


Farmer organization leader addressing media (File photo)
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The United Kisan Morcha has decided to fast on all the borders of Delhi by the Andronlat farmers. In this episode, Kundli, Tikri, Palwal and Ghazipur will be fasted for 1 day by farmers leaders from 8 am to 5 pm. As well as a sit-in demonstration will be held at the district headquarters across the country. At the same time, the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) organization and Sardar VM Singh have not been described as part of the movement.

Among the prominent peasant leaders at the Kisan Morcha press conference on the Singhu border were Shivkumar, Rakesh Tikat, Gurnam Singh Chadhuni, Surjit Singh, Ruddu Singh Mansa and others. The United Kisan Morcha has held four major demands after holding press talks. It calls for repealing the three agricultural laws, enacting the Minimum Support Price Guarantee Act, repealing the proposed electricity bill and stopping exploitation of farmers on the issue of burning stubble. The organization has said that apart from this, there is no demand for Kisan Morcha, at the same time, the organization has nothing to do with any other demand.

Farmer leaders said that the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) organization is not part of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha. The decision to withdraw from the Chilla border is a personal decision of the Bhanu organization. At the same time, the movement of the United Farmers Front has nothing to do with the Bhanu Organization. The Kisan Morcha movement will continue as before.

Farmer leaders have said the statement made by Sardar VM Singh last Saturday as personal. VM Singh has been removed from the post of Convenor after a meeting by AIKSCC. The farmers said that the Kisan Morcha has nothing to do with any statement made by VM Singh.

At the same time, farmer leaders have also slammed the Haryana Police, accusing them of illegally challaning the challans of the trains of Madhya Pradesh farmers who are on strike at the Palwal border. Farmer leaders said that from 8 am to 5 pm, one farmer from each organization will be on hunger strike.

As farmers stepped up their protest against the three new agricultural laws at the Center, Union Minister Kailash Chaudhary said on Sunday that the government would soon set a date and call the leaders of the farmers union for the next round of talks. It is noteworthy that the first five rounds of talks between the central government and representatives of 40 farmers associations were inconclusive.

The sixth round of negotiations was not held after the government’s draft proposal for amendment of certain provisions of the agricultural laws was rejected by the farmer leaders and refused to attend the meeting. The government has made it clear that it is ready for discussion at any time. Farmers’ unions, however, have clearly stated that they will come for talks only when the laws are repealed.

Asked if the government would hold the next round of meeting, Chaudhary said that the meeting would be called soon. The date has not been decided yet. The government will find a solution to end the deadlock. We are confident that in the next meeting, this issue will be resolved. Chaudhary said that Home Ministers Amit Shah and Narendra Singh Tomar are discussing the issue.

The United Kisan Morcha has decided to fast on all the borders of Delhi by the Andronlat farmers. In this episode, Kundli, Tikri, Palwal and Ghazipur will be fasted for 1 day by farmers leaders from 8 am to 5 pm. As well as a sit-in demonstration will be held at the district headquarters across the country. At the same time, the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) organization and Sardar VM Singh have not been described as part of the movement.

Among the prominent peasant leaders at the Kisan Morcha press conference on the Singhu border were Shivkumar, Rakesh Tikat, Gurnam Singh Chadhuni, Surjit Singh, Ruddu Singh Mansa and others. The United Kisan Morcha has held four major demands after holding press talks. It calls for repealing the three agricultural laws, enacting the Minimum Support Price Guarantee Act, repealing the proposed electricity bill and stopping exploitation of farmers on the issue of burning stubble. The organization has said that apart from this, there is no demand for Kisan Morcha, at the same time, the organization has nothing to do with any other demand.

Farmer leaders said that the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) organization is not part of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha. The decision to withdraw from the Chilla border is a personal decision of the Bhanu organization. At the same time, the movement of the United Farmers Front has nothing to do with the Bhanu Organization. The Kisan Morcha movement will continue as before. Farmer leaders have said the statement made by Sardar VM Singh last Saturday as personal. VM Singh has been removed from the post of Convenor after a meeting by AIKSCC. The farmers said that the Kisan Morcha has nothing to do with any statement made by VM Singh.

At the same time, farmer leaders have also slammed the Haryana Police, accusing them of illegally challaning the challans of the trains of Madhya Pradesh farmers who are on strike at the Palwal border. Farmer leaders said that from 8 am to 5 pm, one farmer from each organization will be on hunger strike.

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The government will soon hold the next round of talks to remove the deadlock


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