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10 farmers’ organizations comes in supports agricultural laws amid hunger strike


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New Delhi : Demonstration of farmers on the Delhi border against the new agricultural laws of the Center has been going on for the last 18 days. Today is the 19th day of the agitation. Today the farmers are on a hunger strike. Meanwhile, big news is coming that in support of agricultural laws, 10 farmer organisations across the country have held a meeting with Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.

The news agency ANI has given this information. These organisations belong to various states like Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Bihar and Haryana and are associated with the All India Farmers Coordination Committee. Earlier, Narendra Singh Tomar met Home Minister Amit Shah.

The central government wants the deadlock over the new agricultural laws to be eliminated through negotiations, but farmers are adamant on demanding its return. There have been several rounds of talks between the farmers’ organisations and the government, but the matter has not reached a conclusion.

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>> Aam Aadmi Party leader Bhagwant Mann said that it is a matter of shame that the central government has adopted a stubborn attitude to not accept the legitimate demands of the farmers and the farmer who feeds the entire country is today forced to starve. Protest is being discussed all over the world, now it has become a mass movement.

>> BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis said that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray should first talk about the farmers of Maharashtra instead of commenting on the protests in Delhi. The protesters are being beaten in their homes in Maharashtra and the state government is talking about the rights of the protesters in Delhi and calling it an emergency.

>> Amidst the farmers’ protests against the Center’s three new agricultural laws, BJP general secretary Arun Singh on Monday claimed that 99 percent of the country’s farmers are with the Modi government. According to the news agency PTI, he alleged that the Congress fueled the ongoing farmers’ movement.

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