Haryana Arhtiyas were not paid Rs 508 crore: Randeep Surjewala Chandigarh News – Times of India

CHANDIGARH: Senior Congress leader and party’s national general secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala on Wednesday condemned the “conspiracy” to shut down grain markets. Haryana In view of the payment of arrears of Rs 258 crore payable to thirty thousand arhtiyas and Rs 250 crore payable to lakhs of laborers on the purchase of paddy.
Surjewala said that the state government is the enemy of farmers-labourers and arhtiyas and is determined to close them gradually, weakening them continuously.
He said that by not paying the amount of 508 crores to the arhtiyas, the government wanted to achieve the same objective with which it had brought three black agriculture laws.
Surjewala said the entire strategy of the government is part of a conspiracy to indirectly enforce agricultural laws by shutting down grain markets, forcing the arhtiyas to leave the market gradually and leaving the farmers of the state with no choice. is left. To sell crops at throwaway prices to the capitalist friends of Modi government.
Surjewala reminded that Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar had also recently made a statement that three agricultural laws would be brought back, which makes it clear that under pressure from capitalist friends, the Modi government will once again bring back agricultural laws after the elections. intends to bring. Ended in five states.