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Prime Minister misleading farmers in his Man ki Baat: Why the silence on MSP on all crops and to all farmers

Don't test the patience of farmers: Initiate talks and accept the demands or face intensified social boycotts

Eastern Times, New Delhi : Due to the severe storm that hit the Shahjahanpur border yesterday, farmers’ tents, stage, langar and other essential goods have been damaged on a large scale. Farmers’ tents were completely uprooted. When the farmers tried to handle the situation physically, they also got serious injuries.

Samyukta Kisan Morcha requests the social welfare organizations and the general public to provide all possible help at the Shahjahanpur border so that the farmers who are protesting there do not face any problem.

On Sunday, in his Man ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said a few words about farmers and agriculture. The Prime Minister remained silent on the question of the three agricultural laws and the guarantee of a proper MSP to all farmers on all crops. The representatives of the government make just media headlines by talking about one or two crops symbolically, citing them historically, but in real terms, they do not talk about all the crops and all the farmers.

Samyukta Kisan Morcha has already examined that all three agricultural laws are against the farmers and common people of the whole country and will affect the farmers of the entire country but PM only do his own Mann ki Baat without listening to anyone else.

We appeal to the government that under the leadership of Samyukta Kisan Morcha, the demands of the farmers of the country should be considered and accepted.

Indian boxer Saweety Boora has recently won a bronze medal at the Asian Championships. She has announced that the medal is dedicated to the farmers and is a tribute to the martyred farmers. At the same time, she has appealed to the Prime Minister that as soon as possible, the government should talk to the farmers and accept their demands.

Farmers continue to reach the borders of Delhi. Today, a big batch of farmers from Rohtak reached the tikri border under the leadership of the All India Kisan Sabha. Similarly, hundreds of farmers reached the dharna on the Singhu border on Sunday.

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