Farmers Organisations Write to Letter Modi Government Withdraw Agricultural Laws – Talks to Farmers Organizations Government on how to withdraw agricultural laws bluntly


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A day before going to the negotiating table with the central government, it has clarified to farmers’ organizations that Wednesday’s talks will be on how to withdraw all three agricultural laws. Farmers representatives will not discuss any other issue without deciding its procedure.

The Morcha has sent its proposal to the Central Government on Tuesday. It mentions the same issues, which the farmers organizations had proposed to the central government earlier.

In response to a letter sent by Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Ministry Secretary Sanjay Agarwal on Monday, the United Kisan Morcha has written that it is accepting the government’s proposal for talks at two o’clock this afternoon.

At the same time, he has also reminded that on the issues he had proposed in his previous letter, the talks will move forward. This includes the way to repeal the three agricultural laws, the MSP’s legal guarantee, the amendment to the Air Quality Management Commission ordinance and the withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill. The Front believes that for a rational resolution of the relevant issues, it will be necessary that the dialogue should go according to this agenda. It is worth mentioning that on Monday, the Union Secretary had sent a letter to the farmers’ organizations and asked them to fix the date of talks on December 30 at 2 pm. It was also written that talks will be held on the three agricultural laws, MSP, Air Quality Management Ordinance and Electricity Amendment Bill.

Farmers’ organizations believe that the government wants to hang the conversation once again, keeping its agenda unclear. Farmers’ organizations want talks on how to withdraw it, not agricultural legislation. The central government’s other agendas are similarly unclear. While the farmers’ organizations are on their agenda.

Four agenda of the proposal of United Kisan Morcha, which is proposed to be negotiated
Procedure to be followed to repeal / repeal the three Central Agricultural Laws.
Procedure and provision for legal guarantee of procurement on 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.
Procedure for withdrawal of draft Electricity Amendment Bill 2020 to protect the interests of farmers.

A day before going to the negotiating table with the central government, it has clarified to farmers’ organizations that Wednesday’s talks will be on how to withdraw all three agricultural laws. Farmers representatives will not discuss any other issue without deciding its procedure.

The Morcha has sent its proposal to the Central Government on Tuesday. It mentions the same issues, which the farmers organizations had proposed to the central government earlier.

In response to a letter sent by Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Ministry Secretary Sanjay Agarwal on Monday, the United Kisan Morcha has written that it is accepting the government’s proposal for talks at two o’clock this afternoon. At the same time, he has also reminded that on the issues he had proposed in his previous letter, the talks will move forward. This includes the way to repeal the three agricultural laws, the MSP’s legal guarantee, the amendment to the Air Quality Management Commission ordinance and the withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill. The Front believes that for a rational resolution of the relevant issues, it will be necessary that the dialogue should go according to this agenda.


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