New Delhi, agency. Farmers are demonstrating on the Delhi border against the new agricultural laws. An important meeting of farmers ‘ organizations was held on Friday before the eighth round of talks with the central government on January 4.
The farmer leaders said that if the meeting was not resolved. the talks did not go in the right direction and the government did not take a concrete decision in our favor. In addition, on 6th January, we will take up tractor marches and farmers sitting on the Haryana-Rajasthan border would move towards Delhi.
Sukhwinder Singh Skilled of the Kisan Mazdoor Struggle Committee said that the three agricultural laws should be canceled. If there is no solution on the 4th of January, the conflict will intensify in the days to come. Delhi’s shouting and Ghazipur border have been closed. According to traffic police, the border has been closed for traffic coming from Noida and Ghaziabad in view of the agitation.
Meanwhile, Indian Farmers Union national spokesperson Rakesh Tikat said that the meeting to be held on 4th January will discuss the withdrawal of laws and enactment of legislation on MSP. Today, everybody will formally discuss what happened in the earlier meeting and what will happen in the next meeting. Yogendra Yadav said that the farmers ‘ agitation is now in a decisive phase, I would say about the 30th talks that the tail has now emerged, the elephant is yet to emerge.
The government has not been able to get legal rights to MSP and reject the three agricultural laws. He said that we have talks on January 4, if the results do not emerge satisfactorily, the KMP highway will be marched on the 6th. The country Jagriti Abhiyan will be launched across the country for 2 weeks from 6th to 20th.
There are 4 major issues of farmers. First, the government withdraws the three agricultural laws. Secondly, the Government should give a legal guarantee that it will continue the minimum support price i.e. MSP. Thirdly, the electricity bill will be withdrawn. Fourthly, the provision of punishment for burning a paroli may be withdrawn. After a five-hour dialogue on Thursday, two issues related to the electricity bill and Paroli became a matter between the government and farmers ‘ organizations. Thereafter, the farmers deferred the tractor rally on 31st December. There are still differences in agricultural law and MSP.
Meeting on 2 demands on Jan. 4
Now, the eighth round of talks between the farmers and the central government is scheduled for 4th January. It will discuss the demands for the withdrawal of two agricultural laws of farmers and the legal guarantee of MSP. Let us say that the farmers stand on the borders of Delhi from 26th November. In Punjab, they were already agitating.
After the meeting, the national president of Indian Farmers ‘ Trade Youth Union Rajendra Arya Dadupur said that it was unanimously decided that there was a need to form a committee of all farmers ‘ organizations in Haryana to strengthen the united Kisan Morcha. The meeting will be held on 5th January at 11 am on the Tikri border.
It will deliberate on the outcome of the joint Kisan Morcha meeting with the government on January 4. Rajendra said that the government has introduced the second formula instead of the Swaminathan report formula. The farmers are vigilant. Within the MSP Act, the farmers will implement their formula(s). The government formula will not run.
The meeting decided to boycott the farmers ‘ lands with bad eye watch. The meeting was attended by All Haryana MSP Struggle Committee chairman Pradeep Dhanhar etc. The other organizations including the Indian Farmers Union were present.
On the other hand, the chairman of the Save the Land Struggle Committee, Shamsher Singh said that the yes and nothing was futile. Our aim is to be the good of the farmers, not to fulfill anyone’s political motive. The recent conversation was positive.