After intensifying the agitation of the peasants against the new agrarian laws, the president of Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan VM Singh has once again suggested the return of the movement by taking a U-turn. On January 27, VM Singh distanced himself from the movement in the Red Fort during the farmers’ tractor parade on the Republic Day.
But, on Tuesday, he said I never said I would back off from the movement. That said, we are moving away from that form. Today we are returning to a new form and we believe that the movement will benefit the movement more if it reaches the village.
I never said I was moving backwards from the movement. That said, we are moving away from that form. Today we are coming back with a new format and we believe that if the movement reaches the village from village to village, the movement will benefit immensely: Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan President V.M. Lion pic.twitter.com/SDSb9HCO6d
– ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) February 23, 2021
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On January 27, VM Singh left the movement and said that we cannot continue the protest with someone who has a different direction. So, I wish him well, but VM Singh and the All India Kisan Conflict Coordination Committee are withdrawing this protest immediately. “We have not come here to defeat the people,” he said. We do not want to discredit the country. VM Singh said the demand for sugarcane farmers in a single meeting has not increased.
What is special is that the chaos of the center’s three new agricultural laws is still intact. Farmers who are adamant in repealing the laws have declared a cross-border war with the government on the issue. For this, the farmers’ movement along the Delhi border continues today. Meanwhile, all the efforts of the central government to persuade the farmers so far have been fruitless.
Explain that farmers have recently enacted three new agricultural laws – the Manufacturers’ Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, Price Guarantee and Agricultural Services Act, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act of 2020 .
While the central government is presenting these laws as a major reform of the agriculture sector, new legislators are worried that the MSP (minimum support price) and the kneeling system will end and they will rely on a large corporate will. Done.