Farmers Protest : Farmers organizations turned down government proposal

New Delhi : The farmers’ agitation against the new agricultural laws continues on the 29th day. The farmers have once again made it clear that amendment of agricultural laws will not work. Farmers are adamant on withdrawing these laws. The Press Conference of United Kisan Morcha said that they reject the invitation of talks received by the government. They said that no discussion on this proposal is possible. Farmer leaders said that we are not ready until the cancellation of the three laws. The government is only plotting conspiracy by sending such proposals.

However, in a letter written to the government by the United Kisan Morcha, it has been said that if the government wants to pursue the negotiations with a clear intention, then the farmers associations are ready for talks. Leaders of about 40 farmer organizations under the banner of United Kisan Morcha are leading the farmers protesting on the borders of Delhi, the capital of the country. Today, the Congress delegation led by Rahul Gandhi will meet the President and hand over two crore signatures gathered against the agricultural laws. Senior party leaders and MPs led by former Congress President Rahul Gandhi will submit a memorandum to President Ram Nath Kovind today with two crore signatures urging repeal of the Central Agricultural Laws.

On the other hand, Shiv Kumar Kakka, national president of Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Mahasangh said, “We urge the government to create a conducive environment for fruitful dialogue. At the same time, Yogendra Yadav of Swaraj India said, “The government is constantly negotiating with the so-called farmer leaders and organizations, who are not associated with our movement at all. It is an attempt to break our movement. The government is treating the protesting farmers exactly as it does with its opposition.”

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