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The peasant movement, which entered its 20th day, has now turned into a war. Farmer leaders said on Tuesday that the government was not ready to give back the law and that they would continue to do so. “We are not running away from the talks, but the government has to heed our demands and they have to make a strict offer to us,” said farmer leader Inderjit Singh on the border.
Indrajith said, “During the agitation, 20 farmers have lost their lives in 20 days, which means about one day the farmer loses his life. We will pay tribute to these farmers by stopping people in villages across the country on December 20th. The war has now reached a stage where we have to win.
“We want to have more dialogue with farmers,” Agriculture Minister Narendrasinh Tomar said. We want the rules of each law to be discussed with farmers. Meanwhile, members of the Indian Farmers Union met Tomar on Tuesday evening.
Assocham claims – Rs 3500 crore per day from performance. Loss of
The movement has started to affect the economies of the three states. The Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) has claimed that Rs 3,500 crore has been spent on farmers’ demonstrations in a single day. Getting lost This is hurting the economies of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. The economies of these states are interconnected. The farmers’ agitation has affected the transport system and disrupted the supply chain. As a result, prices of fruits and vegetables have gone up across the country.
This comes at a time when the lockdown is starting to open in the country. Farmers, consumers and industries will have to pay for this. The secretary general of the chamber has appealed to the government to resolve the issue at the earliest. At the same time, the farmers’ union is not ready to back down on its demands. A meeting of the joint front of farmers’ organizations will be held from 3 pm today. This will include a week-long strategy discussion.
Gadkari said the exhibition showed pictures of anti-nationals
Meanwhile, the government has spoken of being ready for talks with farmers. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said, “There are some people who are misleading the farmers by misusing the demonstration. The movement saw a photo of a man from Naxal-affected Gadchiroli district. The man is currently in jail. He belongs to the farmers. Do it directly or indirectly.” Nothing. Photos of anti-national speakers in Delhi were also seen in the demonstrations. I don’t understand how the photos of such people were found there. Certainly there are some people who are trying to mislead people. I think it is wrong. Is. ‘
Gadkari said, “I don’t think Anna Hazare will join the peasant movement.” We have done nothing against the farmers. Farmers have the right to sell their produce in the market, to traders or elsewhere. In fact, on Monday, social activist Anna Hazare asked the government to accept the demands of farmers. He wrote a letter to the government to approve the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission. Hazare said that if the government did not accept these matters, it would go on a hunger strike in support of the farmers.
10 farmer associations support agricultural legislation
Agriculture Minister Narendrasinh Tomar said 10 farmers’ organizations from Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Bihar and Haryana have endorsed the agriculture law. Tomar told the agitating farmers that we were ready for negotiations. If they give their views on our proposal, we will definitely talk further.