One Central Bill to Cancel Three Farm Laws
PM Narendra Modi announced the revocation of three farm laws on November 20, that were introduced last year and urged the farmers to return to their homes in peace from the protesting sites.
Samyukta Kisan Morcha, the leading organisational body in farmers' protest announced that the farmers will continue their demonstration in the six protest sites bordering the national capital till the official denouncement of the three farm laws in the winter session of the Parliament and the other six demands that are pending to be notified.
Farmers will continue their struggle while a guarantee is levied on the law to secure Minimum Support Price (MSP) and revocation of the Electricity Amendment Bill 2020.
They had urged for sending a delegation from the government to discuss matters related to their other demands.
Government officials reported that the central Bill to repeal the three farm laws is still in the process of being made in the Parliament and seeks its approval from the Prime Minister.
The Agriculture Ministry is still working with discussions on the MSP issue. They are working whether to include it as a part of the guidelines or a statutory form.
The proposed bill will nullify all boards operated to the response of the farm bills, and revoke any decisions made in their name. Any offices created will also cease to function in its small operational tenancy of six months.
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