Thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh had camped on Delhi’s borders for over a year demanding the Centre’s repeal of three controversial agriculture laws.
The SKM has said that if the government keeps reneging on its promises, the farmers will be left with no option but to resume the agitation. (File Photo)
Central Agricultural Laws (A)agricultural laws) The Samyukta Kisan Morcha, which has spearheaded the protests, warned on Monday that it would resume its agitation if the government did not fulfill the promises made to farmers in December last year. SKM, in a statement, alleged that the government had raised the Minimum Support Price (MSP).Minimum Support Price) But has not fulfilled any of the promises made to the farmers, including setting up a committee and withdrawing cases against the protesters. At the same time, the SKM has said that if the government keeps reneging on its promises, then the farmers will be left with no option but to resume the agitation.
Following the call of SKM, farmers across the country observed ‘Betrayal Day’ on Monday for not fulfilling the promises made by the Centre. Thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh had camped on Delhi’s borders for over a year demanding the Centre’s repeal of three controversial agriculture laws. It was decided to postpone the protest to December 9 last year after the government agreed to accept the demand of farmers and consider six others.
SKM Press Note
Farmers will be left with no option but to resume their agitation, if the Government of India continues to renege on the promises made to protesting farmers in December 2021, declares SKM.#ModiBetrayingFarmers #betrayal_day #FarmersProtest @ANI @ians_india pic.twitter.com/SP7KbJxYwi
— Kisan Ekta Morcha (@Kisanektamorcha) January 31, 2022
‘Central government did not fulfill any assurance’
It should be noted that none of the assurances given by the Central Government in its letter to the SKM dated December 9, 2021 has been fulfilled, the statement said. The SKM said the Morcha cautions the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government against challenging the patience of the farmers and declares that if the promises are not fulfilled at the earliest, the farmers will have no option but to resume the agitation. will not survive.
Thousands of farmers across the country celebrated ‘Betrayal Day’ on Monday for not fulfilling their promises made by the Centre. The SKM said in its statement that protests were held in hundreds of districts and blocks of the country and a memorandum was submitted to the President of India through District Magistrates, SDM and ADM. The SKM said it would continue its ‘Mission Uttar Pradesh’ and campaign across the state to “teach and defeat” the BJP. The new phase of the mission will be announced at a press conference on February 3, the statement said.
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