Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has appealed to the farmer unions to end their agitation. He has claimed that a large part of the country is standing in support of these laws. If the farmer unions have any objection to any provision of the Agriculture Act, then the government is ready to talk to them on that issue.
On Friday, the Union Agriculture Minister said that the farmer unions should end their agitation. The government has held 11 rounds of talks with them. The new agricultural laws are in the benefit of the farmers of the country. The government has worked towards increasing the Minimum Support Price (MSP). It is moving towards more procurement on MSP.
The Union Agriculture Minister has said these things at a time when on Saturday peasant movement On the completion of 7 months of his tractor rally, preparations are being made to take out. In view of this, farmers have started gathering on the Ghazipur border. Farmers are protesting against three agriculture laws.
Tomar has said that the government is ready to consider and solve the problem of farmers. Whenever there is a proposal from the farmers, it will certainly be welcomed for talks.
Full preparation of farmers for tractor rally
On the other hand, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has said that the farmer will never forget the 26th. Every month 26th will come, farmer will rehearse tractors. Tractors do not forget the way to Delhi, so they have to be rehearsed.
Tikait hoped that the government would hold talks. He said that if talks do not take place, then the next step will be taken. This movement will continue until the Indian government withdraws the law and enacts a law on MSP.
What is the plan of farmers?
On the completion of 7 months of the agitation, the farmers unions are preparing to take out tractor rally on 26th June. According to his plan, hundreds of tractors have left for UP Gate from the headquarters of BKU in Sisauli. They will reach Ghaziabad on Saturday. Other farmers demonstrating with their tractors will join the way. Its purpose is to put pressure on the government to withdraw the agricultural laws.
3 metro stations will remain closed on Yellow Line
At the same time, in view of security, it has been decided to close three metro stations of Yellow Line from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday for 4 hours. These stations include University, Civil Line and Vidhan Sabha. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) gave this information on Friday.
Narendra Singh Tomar