Samyukt Kisan Morcha said in a press conference that the Central Government has not fulfilled its promises.
Leader of United Kisan Morcha
Byline- Ankita Dubey
central government (Central Government) of not fulfilling the promises made to the farmers by the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) called ‘Betrayal Day’ on Monday (Betrayal Day) was observed. At the same time, in the afternoon on Thursday, Delhi (Delhi) in United Kisan Morcha (Samyukt Kisan Morcha) held a press conference. During this Yogendra Yadav (Yogendra Yadav) said, the promise made by the central government to the farmers on December 9, has not been fulfilled. That’s why we celebrated Betrayal Day on 31st January.
At the same time, while answering the questions while talking in the press conference, Shiv Kumar Sharma said, a committee has not been formed on the Minimum Support Price (MSP). Cases have also not been withdrawn from the farmers. He said that no action has been taken on the issue of electricity bill. The government has not done anything on the issue of stubble. Shiv Kumar said that the government has violated the promise on five points. Rakesh Tikait, Dr. Darshan Pal, Hannan Mollah, Jagjit Singh Dallewal and Joginder Singh Ugrahan have also participated in this press conference.
Government engaged in saving Ajay Mishra Teni
Farmer leader Hannan Moula said that we will now go to the level of village and mohalla and talk to the people. Yogendra Yadav further said that the farmers were crushed by Lakhimpur, but the government did nothing on it. The government was trying to save Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni and his son. He said that efforts are being made to save the Uttar Pradesh government. The Lakhimpur case has brought down the BJP’s graph. Now its effect will be seen across the country. We will intensify the movement to get the culprits of Lakhimpur punished.
The problem with the anti-farmer stand of the government
Yogendra Yadav said that the United Kisan Morcha sees this budget as an act of revenge on the farmers. This government is arrogant. The United Kisan Morcha has a problem with the anti-farmer stand of this government. He said, we have prepared a question paper which we will give to the people and will appeal to those who come to ask for votes, ask these questions. This paper will be distributed in village-village. We are not going to ask for votes for any party.
Joginder Singh said, we have broken ties with the jathabandi and SSM who formed a new party in Punjab. At the same time, Rakesh Tikait said that procurement is not taking place at MSP in the whole country. We are issuing an appeal on behalf of United Kisan Morcha. The United Kisan Morcha has decided that we will appeal to the voters to teach a lesson to the anti-farmer BJP.
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