Farmers down to threatening now
Farmers are saying If January 4 meeting with govt fails to end deadlock, we will announce dates for shutting all malls, petrol pumps in Haryana. This is a threat and should be dealt with strongly by administration. more
Actually concern of farmer's have already taken care by govt during discussions and announcements made. Govt has given more than what was expected but the political leaders, goons and foreign powers will not allow the things go on smoothly. All people including real farmers are fully satisfied with the work of govt and want to close dharna but those eating, drinking free and getting money from backdoor will continue to work. Punjab and Delhi govt is also fully responsible for creating this situation playing anti national activities. Damage to Jio towers is clear example where Punjab govt has not taken any recovery action like yogi govt. On the same time Kejari govt notified in govt gazzet one of the the laws and later on tearing it in assembly is shameful act. Public must understand. Govt can give MSP but can not bound the public to purchase at MSP. If govt do so than there will not be any private buyer as he will always be under threat from farmer. I hope every body should come to support the bills of govt with modification as announced by govt. Thanks more
In farmers law only flaw that the SDM order be final which should not be . Govt agreed to amend and give Appel right to courts. There is also guarantee of price as Govt agreed to continue MSP. To repeal laws is being instigated by politicians like Yogender Yadav, Kejriwal , Left and Rahul Gandhi who has not guts to debate with Javedkar . Now they are adamant which should be held with iron hand. more
Such laws and rules need a collaborative effort by law-makers in Parliament. IF some key Parties are agaianst NDA on a regular basis... a Parliamentary Committee should have been created 1-2 years ago and thereafter handled. As it is the GOI has accepted the susidies or no charge on electricity or any fines on stubble burning. A way ought to have been found out how best to deal with the MIDDLE-MEN who say they are agriculturists. The question is ARE THEY AND NOT THE VFFARMERS LEADING THE PROTESTS ? Has NDA failed in the area of Communications ? That for people like me remains the moot question ..Stay Safe & in Peace more
Most of the Indians are aware that this is not a farmers protest. Those protesting are big farmers having 100 acres or more of agricultural land. Coincidently they are adhatias / middlemen also. They are the people benefitting most from the MSP policy. The FCI people are hand in gloves with them because of which these farmers and adhatias are able to sell their below standard wheat and rice at MSP. The poor / small farmers never get MSP. In Punjab and some parts of Haryana these big farmers having large land holdings exists. But now this so called farmers have been taken over by the leftists / red flag parties also called leftist parties. Their one point agenda is to oppose Modi because they are jealous of his popularity. Same is the case with opposition parties.
These reforms and opening of the markets for farmers is being discussed since 2004. Swaminathan committee report has given the recommendations and the same has been implemented.
95% of the farmers, about 50 to 55 crores, are with the farm reforms. For them there is no reason that why they should come on the streets as they are with Modi's reform Bill's. more
Any threat is bad, but what can one appeal to when a Govt. is constantly threatening its citizen's directly or indirectly over what you should speak, eat, wear or even opinions and ones thought process. more
very good It should give stern signal to adamant, egoistic,inhuman rulers. Peaceful protest is a right. more