Farmers Protest: A three-member committee has submitted its report to the Supreme Court in a sealed envelope. This committee was formed on behalf of the Supreme Court.
Farmer protests have been going on for a long time against the new three agricultural laws of the Center. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, a three-member committee submitted its report to the Supreme Court in a sealed envelope. This committee was formed on behalf of the Supreme Court. The committee said in its report that after meeting with the farmers and to find a solution in the matter, about 85 farmer organizations have been consulted.
In fact, farmers have been protesting against the 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.
Protesting farmers protesting agricultural laws celebrated Holi and ‘Hola Mohalla’ on the borders of Delhi on Monday. The protesting farmers said that their agitation will continue till the cancellation of three new agricultural laws and a separate law on minimum support price (MSP). Farmers have been camping on the borders of Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur since late November last year against the new agricultural laws of the Center.
Farmers called India off on March 26
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.
11 rounds of talks with farmers’ government
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. 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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