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Samyukt Kisan Morcha reject Centre’s proposal to put three laws on hold for 18 months

Samyukt Kisan Morcha reject Centre's proposal to put three laws on hold for 18 months

Eastern Times, New Delhi : In a full general body meeting of the Samyukt Kisan Morcha on Thursday, the proposal put forth by the Government on Wednesday, was rejected.

A full repeal of three central farm acts and enacting a legislation for remunerative MSP for all farmers were reiterated as the pending demands of the movement. On Wednesday, when the Centre put forward the offer during their talks with the farmers, the farm leaders said they would decide upon it only after holding internal consultations.

The next round of meeting has been scheduled for January 22.

The Samyukta Kisan Morcha pays homage to the 143 farmers who have been martyred in this movement so far. These companions are separated from us while fighting this mass movement.

Their sacrifice will not go in vain and we will not go back without the repealing of these farm laws.

In the meeting held with the police officials, the police requested to not to conduct the parade in Delhi, while the farmers restated their plan about doing the parade on the outer ring road of Delhi.

This peaceful movement is becoming a people’s movement and getting nationwide. Farmers are uniting for Republic Day through vehicle rallies in many places in Karnataka. Farmers tractor marches are taking place in many places in Kerala.

Farmers of Bilaspur and Rampur in Uttarakhand are preparing for the farmers’ parade in Delhi by organising a tractor march.

Farmers in Chhattisgarh will march towards the Raj Bhavan on January 23 and a group of farmers will also leave for Delhi.

The Kisan Delhi Chalo Yatra of Navnirman Kisan Sangathan, which was started from Odisha, is being disturbed repeatedly by the Uttar Pradesh Police.

Instructions are being given to change their route. Police officials are disturbing public meetings also. We oppose this behaviour of the administration.

A 3-day big protest in Kolkata will take place from January 20 to January 22. Thousands of people are participating in this huge event. It is also expected to intensify the protest in the coming days.

The farmers, labourers and common people under the leadership of Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan are reaching Shahjahanpur border. Protests against neo-liberal policies are being conducted through puppets shows and songs.

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