Farmers Protest: Farmers’ protest against three new agricultural laws continues. Meanwhile, today the Modi government once again appealed to the farmers to withdraw the agitation and said that it is ready for talks.
In the press conference after the cabinet meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the government is continuously working in the interests of the farmers. I appeal to the leaders of the Kisan Union to seriously consider all these things. end the movement. Use the medium of discussion. The government is ready for discussion. At the same time, he made it clear that agricultural laws will not be withdrawn.
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the Agricultural Produce Market Committees (APMCs) will now be able to take financial facilities from the Agriculture Infrastructure Fund of Rs 1 lakh crore to expand the market capacity and provide better facilities to the farmers. Tomar said that with this decision APMC will be strengthened further.
After the appeal made by the Agriculture Minister, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait, who is leading the farmers’ movement in Ghazipur, said that the Agriculture Minister is again saying with the condition that the farmers should come, talk. Laws will not end, they will change. If the government has to talk, then talk, but do not talk with the farmers with condition. It is not as if the farmers follow what they say.
On the statement of the Agriculture Minister regarding the mandis, Tikait said that not a single grain has been sold in 40 mandis of Madhya Pradesh. Mandis are on the verge of extinction. Mandis have been closed in Bihar and UP.
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