Now farmers laid condition for meeting; Haryana Khap panchayat extended support
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in/ Patiala
Today farmer unions, who were protesting outside Delhi laid a condition for meeting with the union government representatives that “ the government must release the farmers sitting at dharna at Burari ground, before the meeting and after that they will come to the meeting. All farmers, who wants to come and sit at any dharna site, be allowed “said farmers union leaders.
The farmers made a shocking revelation that the government has changed the definition of purchaser in the new agriculture bills. Earlier the government agencies procure the crops. But after the passing of these bills and the newly formed rules the purchaser is the private player and government agencies were excluded to do the procurement.
The farmers got shot in the arm when the Khap panchayats of Haryana, who met today at Rohtak, extended their support to the protesting farmers. The Khap mahasabha also announced that “from tomorrow, Khap panchayats will start their protest, came to Delhi and seal the entry points of Delhi.”
The farmers also got support from ten transport unions of Delhi-auto, truck, buses, taxi etc unions. Balwant Singh and Paramjit Singh Goldie representing the ten transport unions of Delhi, “gave two days ultimatum to the central government and after that they will stop their vehicles and will not ply any taxi, auto, truck etc. till the government takes back these black bills.”
Haryana Kissan leader, who has extended support to the farmer’s agitation, said that the Haryana government has registered number of cases on farmers, including on Kissan leader “Rajewal’. The Haryana government has even registered FIR under section 307.
Farmers leader said that Modi led union government is selling India to the corporate When the Indian GDP degrows at -24 percent, in the lockdown period Ambani’s income grows beyond expectation. Ambani’s per hour income is 90 crore.
But today, at Varanasi Prime Minister Narender Modi once again said that he will not take back these farm bills.