The farmers’ protest in opposition to the three Central farm legal guidelines has accomplished three months. The Kisan Congress on Wednesday, introduced that on completion of three months of the protests, it will lay siege to the Union Agriculture Ministry on February 26.
Kisan Congress Vice Chairman Surendra Solanki introduced that the Kisan Congress will ‘gherao’ (encompass) Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and his office on February 26.
“Kisan Congress activists will also protest at the Union Agriculture Ministry as part of “efforts will be made to awaken the BJP government which has been ignoring the issues of farmers for last three months,” he mentioned. He additionally added that the Kisan Congress has been standing with the farmers since day 1 at Delhi-Haryana Tikri border.
According to Surendra Solanki, until date greater than 200 farmers have misplaced their lives while protesting in opposition to the three farm legal guidelines. He mentioned that the farmer motion is being supported not solely within the nation but additionally overseas. “The youth of the country are also understanding the problems being faced by the farmers. And the Kisan Congress will continue to fight for the rights and demands of farmers,” he mentioned.
On Tuesday, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Rakesh Tikait had mentioned that the farmers would march to the Parliament if the three agricultural legal guidelines are usually not taken again. Tikait claimed that farmers would do farming on the lawns situated close to Parliament and when the crop would mature, the government might analyse the monetary yield of the crop.
He additional mentioned that a Parliamentary Standing Committee must be fashioned and monitor this and then the government would get to know concerning the positive aspects and losses associated to it.
Meanwhile, Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar mentioned, “We have held 12 rounds of talks with the farmers. We are ready to talk to farmers anytime. We can’t implement the farm laws as the matter is with Supreme Court. The SC constituted committee is yet to submit its feedback.”
Thousands of farmers, primarily from Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh, are protesting at Delhi borders for round three months, looking for repeal of three new legal guidelines and a authorized assure of the MSP. Meanwhile, the government and unions representing farmers have held 12 rounds of talks, the final being on January 22. Talks broke after widespread violence throughout a tractor rally by protesting farmers on January 26.