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Stir Will Proceed Until Calls for Are Met: Farmer Chief Rakesh Tikait

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Stir Will Proceed Until Calls for Are Met: Farmer Chief Rakesh Tikait

Stir Will Continue Till Demands Are Met: Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait

The farmers’ agitation will proceed until their calls for are fulfilled, Rakesh Tikait stated.

Hyderabad:

The farmers’ agitation will proceed until their calls for, together with a authorized assure for Minimal Sellig Value for the crops, are fulfilled and in addition till the Centre holds parleys with them, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Rakesh Tikait stated right here on Thursday.

Mr Tikait stated that the federal government introduced repealing of the three farm legal guidelines, but it surely won’t resolve the problems. There are a number of problems with farmers that should be resolved.

“The farmers’ protest will proceed until the central authorities resumes talks on their calls for, together with Minimal Assist Value (MSP) assure legislation,” Mr Tikait stated.

Mr Tikait and different farmer leaders took half in a “Maha Dharna” organised by All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC)-Telangana unit, marking one 12 months of the countrywide agitation by the famers towards the three contentious agri legal guidelines.

Reacting to Telangana Chief Minister Okay Chandrasekhar Rao’s announcement of compensation of Rs 3 lakh every to the households of round 750 farmers, who died died through the protests, Mr Tikait stated the Centre also needs to present compensation to them.

Additionally, the central authorities ought to talk about with the farmers the problems referring to seed invoice, pesticide, implementation of suggestions of the MS Swaminathan Committee, he stated.

If the federal government provides authorized assure for MSP then farmers right here (in Telangana) will even profit, he famous.

Earlier, addressing the Dharna, Mr Tikait alleged that the Narendra Modi authorities is being run by corporations.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is printed from a press launch)

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