LIVE: Farmers says – We do not believe the committee made by the Supreme Court

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New Delhi : The agitation of the farmers on the demand of bringing back the new agricultural laws continues today on 23rd day. The farmers peacefully on the borders of Delhi are demanding the government to repeal these laws at the earliest. Strong security arrangements have been made at the Singhu border. Farmers say that they will go if the central government calls for talks. The Supreme Court has said that protest peacefully, we are sitting here peacefully. The court has said that the discussion should begin. We are ready for talks but no talks have been held for the last 8 days. At the same time, it has been made clear from the government that the law will not be returned, but amendment is possible.

Farmers are protesting against the recently enacted three new agricultural laws – The Producers Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 and The Essential Commodities (Amendment) ) Are opposing the Act, 2020.

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Shravan Singh Pandher, General Secretary of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee said that forming a committee is not the solution to the problem, even before, the farmers had refused to form a small committee. Tomar ji’s letter written yesterday is confusing to the nation, there is nothing new in it. If there was something new, we would have commented on it.

– Protest of farmers on the Singhu border against agricultural laws continues. Dayal Singh of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee, Punjab said that we do not believe in the committee made by the Supreme Court. If the government talks and withdraws the black law then it is okay, otherwise we will not leave this front. The Prime Minister should talk to the farmers and withdraw the agricultural laws.

– More tents are being arranged on the Singhu border to protect the protesting farmers from the harsh cold. One farmer said that we are preparing ourselves for a long time because our fight against black laws will continue. Now the cold is increasing, so we are putting up more tents.


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