Miscellaneous – Farmer leaders presented memorandum against the Agriculture Act

Farm leaders burn copies of the Kushi Law.
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Chitrakoot / Rajapur. The Kisan Union and many of its supporting political parties protested the new agricultural law in various locations in the district on Saturday. In many places, symbolic copies of the new agricultural law were burned and in many places demonstrations were held and memoranda submitted.
At the call of the central organization Kisan Morcha, the Bharatiya Kisan Union district unit, led by District Secretary General Arun Kumar Pandey, protested by tearing up copies of the black agricultural laws on the Tehsil campus in Rajapur. A memorandum on the local problems of the farmers was then given to the deputy collector, Rajapur. Vice President Udaynarayan Singh said that the farmers will be dismayed by these agrarian laws, the farmers’ land will be occupied by industry, the farmer will be forced to work in his own fields. The government wants to enslave the peasants, if the peasants don’t like this law, why are they trying to enforce it by force?
Bloc president Rajkishore Singh said the district’s farmer cannot sell his wheat today. In the centers, the responsible center never buys sackcloth for lifting wheat. At night the godowns are filled by buying loved ones without tokens and numbers. On this occasion, District Father Chhotelal Generation, Tehsil President Shivdayal Singh Baghel, Devendra Singh, District Vice President Nathan Yadav, Block Vice President Yogendra Singh Tehsil Minister Rammurat Singh Tehsil Organization Minister Birendra Singh Chandrapal Singh etc. were present.
Apart from that, Kisan Sabha Chitrakoot celebrated the entire day of the tragedy by burning copies of agricultural laws under the leadership of Rudraprasad Mishra, the state executive member of Uttar Pradesh Kisan Sabha. Following the instructions of Kovid.19 and the strictness due to the closure of the police administration, the entire tragedy day was celebrated at home. On June 5, 2020, the central government passed black agricultural laws in the form of an ordinance. The peasants have been agitating for the past six months to repeal the black laws, but the central government is unwilling to listen to the peasants by imposing dictatorial rule. The peasants will not allow this government policy to succeed, now the government cannot suppress the movement, it has spread from village to village.

Chitrakoot / Rajapur. The Kisan Union and many of its supporting political parties protested the new agricultural law in various locations in the district on Saturday. In many places, symbolic copies of the new agricultural law were burned and in many places demonstrations were held and memoranda submitted.

At the call of the central organization Kisan Morcha, the Bharatiya Kisan Union district unit, led by District Secretary General Arun Kumar Pandey, protested by tearing up copies of the black agricultural laws on the Tehsil campus in Rajapur. A memorandum on the local problems of the farmers was then given to the deputy collector, Rajapur. Vice President Udaynarayan Singh said that the farmers will be dismayed by these agrarian laws, the farmers’ land will be occupied by industry, the farmer will be forced to work in his own fields. The government wants to enslave the peasants, if the peasants don’t like this law, why are they trying to enforce it by force?

Bloc president Rajkishore Singh said the district’s farmer cannot sell his wheat today. In the centers, the center responsible never buys sackcloth for lifting wheat. At night the godowns are filled by buying loved ones without tokens and numbers. On this occasion, District Father Chhotelal Generation, Tehsil President Shivdayal Singh Baghel, Devendra Singh, District Vice President Nathan Yadav, Block Vice President Yogendra Singh Tehsil Minister Rammurat Singh Tehsil Organization Minister Birendra Singh Chandrapal Singh etc. were present.

Apart from that, Kisan Sabha Chitrakoot celebrated the entire day of the tragedy by burning copies of agricultural laws under the leadership of Rudraprasad Mishra, the government member of Uttar Pradesh Kisan Sabha. Following the instructions of Kovid.19 and the strictness due to the closure of the police administration, the entire tragedy day was celebrated at home. On June 5, 2020, the central government passed black agricultural laws in the form of an ordinance. Farmers have been agitating for the past six months to repeal black laws, but the central government is unwilling to listen to the farmers by imposing dictatorial rule. The peasants will not allow this government policy to succeed, now the government cannot suppress the movement, it has spread from village to village.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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