Farmers during their on-going protest on the 23rd day at Singhu border in New Delhi, India, on Friday, December 18, 2020.
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Farmers’ agitation in opposition to the three contentious farm legal guidelines entered day 24 on Saturday because the deadlock between the federal government and farmers’ unions continues. Amid the continuing impasse, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday nearly addressed the farmers of Madhya Pradesh in ‘Kisan Kalyan Sammelan’ which was telecasted throughout 23,000 villages of the nation and in any respect the district headquarters of Madhya Pradesh. During the hour lengthy tackle, Prime Minister Modi reiterated his authorities’s dedication to the welfare of farmers and defined how the three farm legal guidelines are a step in the direction of making farmers’ lives higher.

Towards the conclusion of his speech, PM Modi mentioned the welfare of the farmers is the highest precedence of the federal government. “But still after all these, if our farmers have any concern, we will bow our heads in front of them and will listen to what they have to say. Their benefit is our utmost priority,” he mentioned concluding his tackle.

Responding to PM Modi’s tackle to Madhya Pradesh farmers, a press release from the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee mentioned, “The Prime Minister has launched an open attack on the farmers of India by claiming that they are linked to opposition parties. In place of addressing the issue of repeal of the three Farm Acts which erode farmers’ hold on land and farming and establish the MNCs and big business to grow in agriculture, he has reduced himself to a party leader, undermining his role as a responsible executive head of the country, expected to solve problems.”

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Agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar in an interview to PTI on Friday mentioned that the federal government is hopeful of resolving farmers’ agitation earlier than the brand new 12 months and is constant its casual dialogue with varied teams to diffuse the disaster. He additionally asserted that the federal government is able to give a written assurance that the minimal help value (MSP) and mandi system will proceed.

Meanwhile, 1000’s of farmers, particularly from Punjab and Haryana, have been protesting at Delhi borders for greater than three weeks. Several protesting leaders have threatened to step up their agitation and have mentioned that they’re ready to have fun the Republic Day subsequent 12 months with their very own tractor rally on Delhi borders.

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Government must resolve farmers’ situation, not Supreme Court: AIKS

The All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) on Friday mentioned the problem of the continuing farmers’ protests in opposition to three new farm legal guidelines must be resolved by the federal government and never the Supreme Court. The AIKS, a key member of the “Samyukta Kisan Morcha” that’s spearheading the “Dilli Chalo” agitation in opposition to the three farm legal guidelines, asserted that no farmer organisation approached the courtroom within the first place and requested for its intervention within the matter.

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