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Farmers will adopt path of negotiation for the minimum support price of crops, travel-demonstration is also an option

Pankaj Prasad
Farmer Protest
Farmer Protest

The farmers have decided to adopt both the ways of talks and sit-in demonstrations with the central government for the minimum support price of all the crops.

The farmers have decided to adopt both the ways of talks and sit-in demonstrations with the central government for the minimum support price of all the crops. The United Kisan Morcha held a meeting at Delhi's Ramlila Maidan and decided that a delegation of the front would try to find a solution to the matter by holding talks with the Centre. At the same time, till the demands are accepted, people will be made aware of this issue by taking out yatras in all the states. 

While the gathering was taking place, on the other hand, 15 farmer leaders of United Kisan Morcha were talking to Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. Farmer leaders claim that they have informed the government that it will have to implement the decision taken on the minimum support price of all crops in time. Along with this, it has also been told that during this time, programs of yatras and demonstrations will continue to go on at various places to remind the government of its promise. So on the other hand, 15 farmer leaders of United Kisan Morcha were talking to Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. Farmer leaders claim that they have informed the government that it will have to implement the decision taken on the minimum support price of all crops in time. Along with this, it has also been told that during this time, programs of yatras and demonstrations will continue to go on at various places to remind the government of its promise. So on the other hand, 15 farmer leaders of United Kisan Morcha were talking to Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar. Farmer leaders claim that they have informed the government that it will have to implement the decision taken on the minimum support price of all crops in time. Along with this, it has also been told that during this time, programs of yatras and demonstrations will continue to go on at various places to remind the government of its promise. 

Strategy will be made later

Farmers gathered. From the stage, the central government was accused of taking all decisions in the interests of some big companies in the private sector of the country. Farmer leaders said that the cost of agriculture is increasing continuously, whereas even today farmers of potato, onion, wheat and paddy crops have to face different types of losses, but till now there is no way to save them. prepared for. This is the reason why the farmers now do not want to withdraw without fulfilling their word. As of last time, no strategy has been made to surround the borders of Delhi.    

no opposition to the government

But along with this he also did not forget to tell that his fight is not against any government. They only want to get their demands met as without this their life is becoming increasingly difficult. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha had maintained a similar stance even in the 1.0 phase of its movement.

Who was involved in talks with the Center?

Met the government and kept our demands. Many prominent leaders of United Kisan Morcha were involved in this. In these R. Venkaiah (All India Kisan Sabha), Dr. Sunilam (Kisan Sangharsh Samiti), Prem Singh Gehlawat (All India Kisan Mahasabha), V. Venkataramaiah (All India Kisan Mazdoor Sabha), Suresh Koth (Indian Kisan Labor Union), Yudhveer Singh (Indian Kisan Union), Hannan Mollah (All India Kisan Sabha), Buta Singh Burjgil (Indian Kisan Union (Dakunda), Joginder Singh Ugrahan (Indian Kisan Union (Ugrahan), Satyawan (All India Kisan Khet Mazdoor Sangathan), Avik Saha (Jai Kisan Andolan), Darshan Pal (Revolutionary Kisan Union), Manjit Rai (Indian Kisan Union (Doaba),