Bharatiya Kisan (Arajnaitik), union leader Rakesh Tikait, claimed farmers' agitation against the three new agricultural laws would continue until the central government immediately responds to their demands."No one questioned the yataras organised by the government. The laws made by the government are more dangerous than COVID. Pandemic will kill you in one go but the laws of the government will kill people slowly," he said When asked, a large number of people gathered at the Kisan Mahapanchayat organized by the Sanyukt Kisan Morcha in Muzaffarnagar could be a widespread event given the rise in COVID infections.
"The gathering at the Kisan Mahapanchayat in Muzaffarnagar is proof that people are not satisfied with the work of the government."Tikait also reiterated that they would not leave Delhi's borders until "they are victorious".Sanyukt Kisan Morcha's “Kishan Mahapanchayat” took place in the buildings of Government Inter College in Muzaffarnagar. The Farmer leader also said the BKU did not want to get into politics and instead advocated for a solution to their problems.
This is a response to Union Minister and Muzaffarnagar MP Sanjeev Balyan, who said earlier on Sunday that the BJP would welcome them if Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) wanted to enter politics."We do not want to join politics. We just want the issues of farmers to be resolved. There are leaders in BJP who are supporting the farmers. The people know who the leaders are, not supporting farmers, they will react according to it. Balyan should support the farmers like Varun Gandhi and Satya Pal Malik," Tikait said.Speaking on behalf of the protesting farmers,
MP Varun Gandhi of the Pilibhit Bharatiya Janata party said the center needs to understand the farmers' pain. Since November 26 last year, farmers across the borders of the capital have been protesting against the three new agricultural laws that have come into effect: the Trade and Trade in Agricultural Products Act 2020 (Promotion and Facilitation); The Agreement on Price Guarantee for Farmers 2020 and the Agricultural Services and Important Commodities Act 2020 (amendment).
Sources:- India tv
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