Farmers Protest: Farmers will march till Parliament in May, for which dates will be announced later.
Farmers’ Movement (Indicative Picture)
Farmers have been agitating for a long time against the new three agricultural laws of the Center. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, farmers have said that they will march till Parliament in May, the dates of which will be announced later. Thousands of farmers have been living for months on the borders of Delhi, Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur. They are demanding a complete withdrawal of the three new agricultural laws and a legal guarantee for the Minimum Support Price (MSP) on their crops. Most of these farmers are from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.
Thousands of farmers protesting against the three agricultural laws of the central government will intensify their agitation in May. The United Kisan Morcha, which is leading the protests of 40 farmer unions, has announced that the protesting farmers will also march to Parliament. However, they have not yet decided on the dates. A date to march till Parliament can also be announced soon.
The farmers had ‘Bharat bandh’ on 26 March
The farmers called the Bharat Bandh on 26 March as part of a nationwide protest against agricultural laws. During the Bharat Bandh called by the farmers, road and rail traffic was blocked in many parts of Punjab and Haryana, while in other parts of the country the partial effect of the bandh was seen. Farmers had blocked national highways and other major roads at many places in Punjab and Haryana. He blocked rail tracks at many places in both states.
Farmers are opposing these three bills
Farmers have been protesting against the three newly enacted farm laws since November 26 last year on various boundaries of the national capital. The Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, Price Assurance and Agricultural Services Act 2020 and Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020 are opposing the government for the Farmer Empowerment and Protection Agreement. There have been 11 rounds of talks between the agitating farmers’ organizations and the government so far, but the deadlock persists due to both parties staying on their stand.
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