Bkyu State President of Said: peasant movement to save the breed, not the harvest

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Meerut

Published by: Dimple Sirohi
Updated Tue, 06/08/2021 1:22 AM IST

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The President said the peasant movement on the borders of Delhi had become a struggle for the dignity of the peasants. The farmer is a brave community, he will only survive if he gets the agrarian laws back.

BKU President Rajbir Singh Jadoun
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The President of the BKU in Shahpur von Muzaffarnagar Rajbir Singh Jadoun said the government was showing dogma in the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. He said that this movement is not being done to save the crops but to save the breed.Rajbir Singh Jadoun, President of BKIU State, said at the meeting that was organized in the historic Chaupal in Soram that the village of Soram is a historic village. Important decisions of society were made by the famous Chaupal of Soram. If there wasn’t a khap system, society wouldn’t change. Khap Panchayats have worked in the interests of the country and society.

The President said the peasant movement on the borders of Delhi had become a struggle for the dignity of the peasants. The farmer is a brave community, he will only survive if he gets the agrarian laws back. He urged the peasants to travel to the Ghazipur border in as large numbers as possible.The youth national president of the BKU, Gaurav Tikait, said that the farmers have been agitating for six months to get the agricultural laws back. The country’s sugar cane growers will also be affected by these laws. The BJP government at the center gets votes by conspiracy to instigate moods, but it has caught the public eye. Now she will not fall under her madness.

He called on the peasants present to join the peasant movement. The meeting was hosted by Mandal President Bhanwar Singh Gurjar, District President Dheeraj Latian, Youth District President Satendra Pundir, District Vice President Bijendra Balian, District Spokeswoman Neetu Dulhera, Block President Vipin Balian, Chandveer Singh etc. Brahmsingal Singh presided and conducted by Master Rampal Singh. Before that, BKU leaders also took part in the meeting in the village of Goyla.

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The President of the BKU in Shahpur von Muzaffarnagar Rajbir Singh Jadoun said the government was showing dogma in the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. He said that this movement is not being done to save the crops but to save the breed.

Rajbir Singh Jadoun, President of BKIU State, said at the meeting that was organized in the historic Chaupal in Soram that the village of Soram is a historic village. Important decisions of society were made by the famous Chaupal of Soram. If there wasn’t a khap system, society wouldn’t change. Khap Panchayats have worked in the interests of the country and society.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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