Protests will continue till Parliament’s law is repealed: Farmer | Amritsar News – Times of India


Bathinda: Farmers welcome PM Narendra ModiAnnouncement to repeal three central agricultural laws, but will not leave protest sites on the borders of Delhi until laws are repealed according to due process. The farmers also want to implement the guarantee clause for Minimum Support Price (MSP) on all agricultural commodities for all farmers. They are also unhappy with the central government’s silence on the deaths of 650 farmers during the year-long agitation and blame “its stubbornness” for the deaths.
whereas Sanyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) is happy with the decision, with its leaders saying they will wait for the declaration to take effect through proper parliamentary procedures.
The SKM also reminded the PM that the farmers’ movement is not only for repeal of the three black laws, but also for a statutory guarantee of remunerative price for all agricultural produce to all farmers.
‘If the government had listened earlier, many lives would have been saved’
Apart from withdrawing the Electricity Amendment Bill, this important demand of the farmers is still pending. “The Narendra Modi government took a long time to come down from the stubborn attitude of not listening to anyone else… It would have been better if Modi listened to the voices of farmers across the country and read the writing on the wall. , The country could have saved many precious lives by this…,” the SKM leader said. Darshan Pali,
BKU Ekta Dakonda President Buta Singh Burjgil said that we are all accountable to the bereaved families who lost their loved ones in the struggle. “Their moist eyes ask why they (the dead) had to pay the price for their lives. Aren’t governments there for the welfare of the people,” he said.
SKM will meet for the next plan.
MLiability to Sharp: skm
The SKM said farmers were being mobilized and intensified to visit morcha sites to mark the first anniversary of the protests on November 26. Similarly, vigorous mobilization is going on to make Lucknow. Kisan Mahapanchayat On November 22, a success. The Morcha said that the farmers’ struggle has restored democracy and federal politics in India.
,Late, politically timed’
Former Union Minister of Law and Justice and Senior SC Advocate Ashwani Kumar told TOI: “Announcing the repeal is a delayed and politically timed step ahead of the election. In any case, the final forms of the repeal law would need to be studied before assessing the implications of the announcement. I hope that The reason is condemned the farmers.”
Cancel simple tasks: Former law minister
Former Law Minister Ashwini Kumar said: “Laws are made by Parliament, so for it to be repealed it has to be brought there. This is known as the Repeal Act. The process is simple and can be done in the winter session.” Starting from November 29. “Many laws have been repealed in the past. You need a parliamentary committee only when you want to make a law.”