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NEW DELHI: Taking observe of the high-level assembly of BJP on farmers’ protests, umbrella physique of the farmers’ unions against the central farm legal guidelines, Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), on Wednesday mentioned the ruling social gathering was making an attempt its greatest to counter the farmers’ motion as a substitute of engaged on resolving the difficulty.
“It is clear that instead of resolving the ongoing struggle (on farmers’ demands), the BJP is trying its best to counter and destroy it (movement),” mentioned Darshan Pal, chief of the SKM, forward of the Morcha’s four-hour nationwide ‘Rail Roko’ (rail blockade) programme scheduled for Thursday (12 midday to four pm).
He was referring to a gathering of high BJP leaders together with residence minister Amit Shah and social gathering president J P Nadda with leaders of Haryana, Rajasthan and western Uttar Pradesh on Monday within the backdrop of quite a few ‘mahapanchayats’, held up to now over two weeks, within the area.
“The SKM condemns this attitude of the ruling party and demands that the government resolve the farmers’ issues immediately without any further delay,” mentioned Darshan Pal, including that the Morcha vowed to accentuate the wrestle and mobilise extra farmers in its help.
The SKM has been demanding the repeal of the three central farm legal guidelines which had been enacted final yr to offer option to farmers to promote their produce exterior regulated ‘mandis’ (Agri markets), encourage contract farming under-protected mechanism and take away the inventory restrict on farm commodities for attracting personal funding within the warehouse and cold-chain infrastructure.
The farmers’ representatives, agitating for repeal of those legal guidelines, nevertheless, asserted that these legislations could be disastrous for them as it might make them susceptible to exploitation from corporates.
The Morcha, in the meantime, appealed to everybody for a peaceable protest in the course of the nationwide ‘Rail Roko’ programme.

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