Farmers’ leader Darshan Paul told the Jan. 18 plan that farmers burn copies of the new agricultural laws on Lohri

The Farmers’ Movement on the Delhi border continues on the 49th day in defiance of the Center’s three new agricultural laws. Farmers protesting on the Delhi borders – Sinhu Border, Tikari Border, Chilla Border and Ghazipur Border, burnt copies of the new agrarian laws on Wednesday at Lohri. This time around, farmers said they would receive nothing less than the repeal of all three agricultural laws. If farmers are adamant in repealing the laws, they have declared a fight with the government on the issue.

Meanwhile, farmer leader Darshan Pal Singh, standing at the Singh border, sent a message to the government by burning copies of the three laws, similarly that these bills will one day be a gift to our anger and the government will have to withdraw the law. On January 18, women will hold protests at markets, SDM offices and district centers around the country.

According to information, farmers’ organizations announced Tuesday that they will not appear before a committee formed by the Supreme Court. He alleged that it was a pro-government committee. He welcomed the Supreme Court order banning the implementation of three agricultural laws. However, committee members have expressed doubts about the justice of the committee.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday intends to end the tension between the central government and the peasant organizations that are marching on the Delhi border, and has been banned from implementing these laws until further orders on Tuesday. A four-member committee was formed for consideration.

Farmers have appealed to the government to accept their demands quickly. At the same time, it has been made clear by the government that the law will not be reversed, but amendment is possible.

It is noted that the central government is introducing three new agricultural laws passed in September as major reforms in agriculture, but protesting farmers are worried that the new laws will end the MSP (minimum support price) and the knee-jerk system. And they rely on big corporate houses.

Explain that farmers have recently enacted three new agricultural laws – the Producers Trade and Trade (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Price Guarantee and Agricultural Services Act, 2020 and the Opportunity for Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act 2020.