December 5, 2021

Farmers Union Accepts Government Proposal For Talks Sent Proposal To Negotiate At 11 Am On 29 December – Farmers ready to negotiate with the government, set negotiation agenda, tractor march will not be done


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The United Kisan Morcha has agreed to renegotiate with the central government. The Morcha has sent a proposal to hold talks with the Central Government at 11 am on December 29. Farmers’ organizations have put a four-point agenda for the government to negotiate on their behalf. It proposes to negotiate the process of repealing the three laws, making the MSP legal, amending the ordinance of the Air Quality Commission and changes in the Electricity Amendment Bill. A letter from the Joint Kisan Morcha of 40 farmer organizations has also been sent to Vivek Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, after Saturday.

In response to the proposal sent by the Central Government to the farmers ‘organizations in the past, the farmers’ organizations have said that in this letter also the government has tried to mislead the public by hiding the facts of the previous meetings. Farmers have demanded repeal of three agricultural laws in every negotiation. While the government twisted it and presented it as if we had demanded amendment in these laws. The Morcha has said that the government should use its entire system to stop the propaganda against the farmers.

The Kisan Morcha has further stated in its letter that in spite of this the government is saying that at the time of the convenience of the farmers and willing to hold talks on the issues chosen by the farmers. All organizations are also ready for this by the United Farmers Front. The Morcha has proposed that the next meeting between the representatives of the farmers and the Government of India be held on December 29 at 11 am. The special thing is that this time the Kisan Morcha has already sent its agenda to the government. It has also claimed that farmers’ organizations are always ready to hold talks with an open mind.

. Procedure to be followed to repeal / repeal the three Central Agricultural Laws.
. Procedure and provision for legal guarantee of profitable MSP suggested by National Farmers Commission for all farmers and agricultural commodities.
. Such amendments to the Commission Ordinance, 2020 for air quality management in the National Capital Region and adjoining areas, which are necessary to exclude farmers from the penal provisions of the ordinance.
. Necessary changes in the draft Electricity Amendment Bill 2020% to protect the interests of farmers.

Along with accepting the proposal of the Central Government for talks, the farmers’ organizations have also prepared a plan to increase the pressure on the government. In the event of the March 29 talks not being successful, the farmers’ organizations will march on March 30, tractor march between Singhu Border, Tikari Border and Shahjahanpur Border. For this, the farmers organization will use KMP.

Along with this, he has appealed to the people of Delhi and Haryana to celebrate the new year on the Singhu border. On the other hand, farmers have also announced to play the plate to protest the Prime Minister’s mind on Sunday.

For the past two days, the order of dialogue between the farmer organizations continued on the Singhu border. After talks between organizations of Punjab on Friday, there was a talk with national level organizations on Saturday afternoon. In this, along with accepting the proposal of negotiation, the strategy of future movement was also decided.

Yogendra Yadav, who led the movement from the Shahjahanpur border along the Haryana-Rajasthan border, said that if the negotiations with the central government do not succeed this time, a tractor march will be taken out on 30 March. Through the Kondli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway, the tractor will march between the Singhu border, Tikari border and Shahjahanpur border from 12 noon.

At the same time, farmer leader Darshan Pal said that on 27 and 28 December, the martyrdom day of the son of Guru Gobind Singh will be celebrated at the agitation sites on the borders of Delhi. At the same time, the tractor will be march on 30th. He appealed to the people of Delhi and Haryana to celebrate the new year on the Singhu border. During this time, take prasad from the anchor with the farmers. This will help in understanding the problems of farmers and the new year will also be spent among the feeders.

The United Kisan Morcha has agreed to renegotiate with the central government. The Morcha has sent a proposal to hold talks with the Central Government at 11 am on December 29. Farmers’ organizations have put a four-point agenda for the government to negotiate on their behalf. It proposes to negotiate the process of repealing the three laws, making the MSP legal, amending the ordinance of the Air Quality Commission and changes in the Electricity Amendment Bill. A letter from the Joint Kisan Morcha of 40 farmer organizations has also been sent to Vivek Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, after Saturday.

In response to the proposal sent by the Central Government to the farmers ‘organizations in the past, the farmers’ organizations have said that in this letter also the government has tried to mislead the public by hiding the facts of the previous meetings. Farmers have demanded repeal of three agricultural laws in every negotiation. While the government twisted it and presented it as if we had demanded amendment in these laws. The Morcha has said that the government should use its entire system to stop the propaganda against the farmers.

The Kisan Morcha has further stated in its letter that in spite of this the government is saying that at the time of the convenience of the farmers and willing to hold talks on the issues chosen by the farmers. All organizations are also ready for this by the United Farmers Front. The Morcha has proposed that the next meeting between the representatives of the farmers and the Government of India be held on December 29 at 11 am. The special thing is that this time the Kisan Morcha has already sent its agenda to the government. It has also claimed that farmers’ organizations are always ready to hold talks with an open mind.

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