Real farmers on the road against fake farmers, rally in support of law in Ghaziabad - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Real farmers on the road against fake farmers, rally in support of law in Ghaziabad

The 'Kisan Movement', which has been going on for almost a month, is nearing its end. 
The real farmers have come forward to fight against all the 
adhatis, rowdy and anarchist farmers who are creating uproar around Delhi in the name of farmers. Taking out a huge support journey from Meerut to Ghaziabad, these farmers have supported the current agricultural laws.

As reported by Hindustan Times, Hind Mazdoor Kisan Samiti took a huge journey in support of the current agricultural laws, in which hundreds of tractors took thousands of farmers to Indirapuram area of ​​Ghaziabad, which is very close to Delhi. He wanted to go and hand over his letter of support to Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar Although it was not possible for them to reach Delhi in such large numbers, according to the police, a letter of support was sent to a five-member team to give the letter to the Agriculture Minister.

Secretary of Hind Mazdoor Kisan Samithi Satish Kumar said, “We met the Union Minister and sent our support to him. We also handed him a memorandum of our demands, in which we explained how this law will actually end the exploitation of our peasant brothers by the ardhists. We support the MSP to remain unchanged and our only demand is that farmers have the freedom to sell their produce anywhere. ”

The way thousands of farmers, led by the Hind Mazdoor Kisan Samiti, reached out to support the current agricultural law, it has now been proved that the present agrarian movement is nothing but a mixed slang of factions and anarchists, who Demonstrations around Delhi have plagued both the administration and the general public.

There is no doubt that the main objective of the present agrarian movement was never the interest of the farmers. If that were the case, Rakesh Tikait, who was supporting the current agricultural laws in June, would not have been demanding to remove it. If the participants of the agrarian movement wanted the interest of the farmers, they would have come forward to negotiate on the government's acceptance of almost all the demands, rather than promoting the anti-India elements like the lending party of the Indian Farmers Union.

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