December 5, 2021

Sharad Pawar Asked Central Government to Take Farmers Protest with Seriousness – Sharad Pawar’s advice to the central government, take the farmers movement very seriously


NCP chief Sharad Pawar
– Photo: ANI (File)

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Two days before the proposed talks between the government and the farmers, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said on Monday that the Center should take the farmers’ movement very seriously and talks should take place between the two sides. The former Union Agriculture Minister said that it is a matter of concern that farmers are demonstrating on the streets in the fierce cold amid deadlock with the Center on new agricultural laws.

After meeting CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury, Pawar said, “The government should take the farmers’ movement very seriously … There should be dialogue.” Farmers are protesting in the open in the shivering cold, it is a matter of concern for all of us.

Regarding the non-political nature of the movement, Pawar said that on the very first day the farmers had made it clear that they do not want to join any political organization in this movement.

On the other hand, after the meeting, Yechury said, ‘I met Sharad Pawar. It was a courtesy meeting. We discussed the farmers’ movement. Opposition parties are worried about the situation, we are waiting for the results of their meeting on December 30 and will then decide further.

Let me tell you that for more than a month, thousands of farmers have been demonstrating on different borders of the capital of the country, New Delhi. Farmers are demanding withdrawal of the new agricultural laws of the Center. If the demand is not met, he has warned to intensify the movement in the coming days. At the same time, the central government is not giving any indication of withdrawal of these laws.

Two days before the proposed talks between the government and the farmers, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said on Monday that the Center should take the farmers’ movement very seriously and talks should take place between the two sides. The former Union Agriculture Minister said that it is a matter of concern that farmers are demonstrating on the streets in the fierce cold amid deadlock with the Center on new agricultural laws.

After meeting CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury, Pawar said, “The government should take the farmers’ movement very seriously … There should be dialogue.” Farmers are protesting in the open in the shivering cold, it is a matter of concern for all of us.

Regarding the non-political nature of the movement, Pawar said that on the very first day the farmers had made it clear that they do not want to join any political organization in this movement.

On the other hand, after the meeting, Yechury said, ‘I met Sharad Pawar. It was a courtesy meeting. We discussed the farmers’ movement. Opposition parties are worried about the situation, we are waiting for the results of their meeting on December 30 and will then decide further.

Let me tell you that for more than a month, thousands of farmers have been demonstrating on different borders of the capital of the country, New Delhi. Farmers are demanding withdrawal of the new agricultural laws of the Center. If the demand is not met, he has warned to intensify the movement in the coming days. At the same time, the central government is not giving any indication of withdrawal of these laws.


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