Kisan Andolan Live Updates: Know seven points, why is the farmer movement against the agricultural bill?

Kisan Andolan Live Updates
Kisan Andolan Live Updates

Kisan Andolan, Farmers Protest Live Updates

  • Farmers will do road blocks
  • 2000 jawans will be deployed on Delhi-Jaipur highway

Kisan Andolan, Farmers protest LIVE Updates: The movement of farmers against farm laws (Farmers Protest 2020) continues. All efforts by the government to convince the farmers are failing. In the midst of all this, a case (FIR) has been registered against the Pandemic Act against the farmers sitting on the strike on Singhu Border. The performance of farmers here continues today on the 16th day. All the proposals of the Central Government have been rejected by the farmers. Apart from this, the negotiations with the central government of several rounds have also been far from fruitless. Now angry farmers have made up their mind to intensify their movement. To intensify their movement, farmers have announced to block all highways. Along with this, on December 14, the nationwide (protest) of the country has decided to stage a sit-in protest.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 5:00 PM IST

Kisan Andolan: New turning point in the farmers’ movement, the Indian Farmers Union reached the Supreme Court against the agricultural laws

The Indian Farmers Union has reached the Supreme Court amid the agitation of farmers against the new agricultural laws of the Central Government, which can now take a new turn in this matter.

The farmers’ movement is continuing with regard to the new agricultural laws Due to the lack of any consensus in the six-time talks between the central government and the farmers, they are announcing to intensify the farmers movement. Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Kisan Union has reached the Supreme Court against the three new agricultural laws of the Center.

Farmers have been continuously demanding the repeal of new agricultural laws, while the government says that amendment of the bill is possible, it cannot be canceled. Now the Indian Farmers Union has approached the Supreme Court against these agricultural laws.

After this attitude of the Union of Indian Farmers Union, a new twist in the farmers’ movement can be seen in the coming days.

The Indian Farmers Union has filed a petition in the country’s top court challenging the three new agricultural laws. The petition states that new agricultural laws are pushing the sector towards privatization. The Bharatiya Kisan Union has also demanded the government to repeal the new laws.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 3:57 PM IST

Singhu, Auchandi, Piyu Maniyari and Mangesh Pur borders closed due to demonstration by farmers
The boundaries of Singhu, Auchandi, Piyu Maniyari and Mangesh Pur are closed due to the demonstration of farmers. Also NN-44 is also closed. Traffic diverted from Mukarba and GTK Road. This information has been released by the traffic police of Delhi.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 2:57 PM IST

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said – Government ready to reform laws after talks

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 2:28 PM IST

Farmers union broke deadlock: Agriculture Minister

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that I think a solution will be found. I hope so I would like to urge the farmer unions to break the deadlock. The government has sent him a proposal. If there is an objection to the provisions of an Act, then it is discussed.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 12:25 PM IST

700 chaupal will be organized across the country

The government coming to the backfoot on agricultural laws is now preparing to come in the front foot and play in defensive mode. For this, 700 chaupal and press conferences will be organized across the country from Friday and awareness will be spread about agricultural laws. Press talks will be organized in every district and Kisan Sammelan will be organized in more than 100 places.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 12:12 PM IST

SSP to be ensured for farmers: Dushyant Chautala

JJP leader Dushyant Chautala said that the national president of our party had already made it clear that MSP farmers should be ensured. MSPs were included in the written proposals made by the central government yesterday. I will work to secure MSP for farmers till I am the Chief Minister. I will resign if unable.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 12:07 PM IST

Delhi: Farmers’ organizations will meet at 2 pm today on the Singhu border

Farmers’ organizations, which are protesting against the Agricultural Law, will hold a meeting on the Singhu border at 2 pm today. Let me tell you that today is the 16th day of protest here.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 11:34 AM IST

Farmers Protest: Farmers announced – trains will be stopped across the country, PM Modi has made this special appeal, VIDEO

Farmers Protest: Today is the 16th day of the movement of farmers against agricultural laws. Farmers have announced that now trains will be stopped across the country, in the meantime, PM Modi has appealed to the farmers to definitely listen to the talk of the two Union Ministers ….

Farmers Protest: Today is the 16th day of the agitation of farmers on the insistence of canceling the agricultural bill. Farmer leaders have intensified their agitation and announced a protest to be held on December 14 in addition to making toll free on roads across the country. Along with this, farmers have also talked about stopping trains across the country. Earlier, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal have appealed to the farmers leaders to leave the path of agitation and continue the dialogue with the government.

In the midst of the farmers’ movement, PM Modi’s appeal, said – Listen to my two colleagues on the farmers law.


What did Farmer leaders said on Kisan Andolan Today?

Despite talks between the farmers and the government, which have been on the Delhi border for the past 15 days, no solution has been reached. Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, has said that both the government and the farmer must retreat, the government withdraw the law and the farmer will go to his home.

At the same time, Rishi Pal Singh, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, has said that till date the whole public has heard the mind of PM, but today when the number of people comes, they are not ready to listen to us. The farmer is demanding the guarantee of written law in the MSP, but the government does not know why it is engaged in misleading it.

The second batch of the Peasants ‘Workers’ Struggle Committee from Punjab has left for the horoscope border from Amritsar. The general secretary of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee said, “Around 50,000 farmer-laborers will go towards the horoscope border.” After this preparation of the farmers, a large number of security forces have been deployed along the border in view of the protests of the farmers running on the Singhu border.


Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 10:46 AM IST

Farmers will block Delhi Jaipur highway

Farmers opposing agricultural laws have announced to block the Jaipur Delhi Highway NH 48. With this, the police has also come into action. Two thousand police personnel will be deployed in NH 48.
Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 10:17 AM IST

A team of farmers coming to Delhi to join the movement

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 10:13 AM IST

Service organizations giving food to farmers

Delhi: Charitable service from Amritsar is providing food to agitating farmers, who are opposing the new agricultural laws on the Ghazipur border. Senior members of the establishment say, “There is no count of those who dine from 5 am to 9 pm. We serve food.”

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 8:58 AM IST

Deadlock between government and farmers continues

There is no result in the meetings between the government and farmers on agricultural law. Farmers are talking about intensifying their movement. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister shared a press conference of the Agriculture Minister and appealed to the people to listen to this video.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 8:47 AM IST

Two police officers posted on the Singhu border corona infected
Delhi Police said that one DCP and one additional DCP have been found corona positive. Both these officers were leading the police force along the Singhu border, where the farmers are opposing the three farm laws.

Fri, Dec 11, 2020, 8:26 AM IST

Farmer’s movement continues on 16th day

Farmers entered the 16th day against the agricultural laws of the Center on the Tikri border. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said yesterday that the government is open for further talks with farmers and they should end their agitation.

After all what is the problem, Why the protest, Read the full truth behind the farmer movement

Demonstrating peacefully on some matter is right, but now this demonstration is not left for the good of Indian farmers. Now it has taken an extremist and communal stance which has become a cause of trouble for millions of people for many days now.

After all, what are the real demands of the protesting farmers and what is the truth of their performance and is it really a big problem. The peasant demonstration of 2020 is an ongoing protest that began in protest against three agricultural bills passed in Parliament this year. This demonstration continues from 9 August 2020. Now these bills have become law and the farmers have blocked the roads in many areas of Delhi in protest against them.

These are the three laws

  • The Agricultural Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act 2020
  • Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement Act 2020 on Price Assurance and Agricultural Services
  • Essential Commodities Amendment Act

The protesters have blocked the roads for several days and they are protesting at many places around the national capital.

What is the problem?

First, these bills have been passed in Parliament and now they have become law. Apart from this, protesters have been preventing lakhs of travelers and hardworking citizens from passing through these routes for many days now. The protesters have warned to close tolls and other areas as well, due to which the movement of thousands of passengers and hard working citizens will also be affected.

What is the reality of the protest?

The protesters are demanding that the government convenes a special session of Parliament and repeal these three agricultural laws. However, as long as this law is not harmful to the farmers, it will be a bit difficult. The protesters claim that the APMC will be scrapped and consequently the MSP will also be dismantled, but these laws are not harming the structure of the existing APMC and MSP. Because these laws do not acquire the powers of the states, so these structures will also remain in their place.

Now the only difference is that if the farmer is forced to sell the crop to the corrupt middlemen of the corrupt AMPC, now he can choose to sell his produce outside the APMC. Along with this, the protesters are claiming that the farmers will be harassed by corporates. There is another term for the agreement between farmers and corporates – contract farming and also the fact that contract farming has been going on for decades in many states. In many parts of India, contract farming for coffee, tea, sugarcane and cotton has been taking place for quite some time. PepsiCo in West Bengal and Punjab and SAB Miller in Haryana are great examples of contract farming contractors. One thing that makes the protesters’ reality clear is that they are making unreasonable demands.

What are the demands of farmers

The protesters have demanded that diesel prices be cut by up to 50 per cent for agricultural use and to remove the penalty imposed on burning stubble. It is known that burning of straw is one of the main reasons for increasing pollution in the national capital Delhi every year. The farmers have kept many demands related to the matters which are not related to the farmers. One of them is the demand that cases filed against alleged human rights activists, poets, intellectuals and writers be withdrawn and released.

However, the list of these people is not related to human rights activists, poets, intellectuals and writers. For example, Omar Khalid is also named in the list, who is accused of inciting the citizens against the citizens of Delhi during the Delhi violence. Another 20 people have also been jailed under the UAPA Act for their roles in the Delhi riots and Bhima Koregaon violence.

Seeing pro-Khalistan flags in these demonstrations and demanding the release of Urban Naxalites is also disturbing. The Khalistan movement is a Sikh separatist movement demanding a separate country for Sikhs. The movement is supported by extremists with the intention of establishing a fully sovereign state in India.

Part of the protesters’ demands are demanding the release of the Urban Naxal. Your opinion may be anything about these 20 individuals, but what can their release have to do with the Indian farmer or their welfare? Now back to the point

Demonstrating peacefully on some matter is right, but now this demonstration is not left for the good of Indian farmers. Now it has taken an extremist and communal stance which has become a cause of trouble for millions of people for many days now. Passengers face heavy traffic every day and hardworking citizens are suffering the real brunt of these demonstrations. It is known that this is happening during the corona epidemic. We also do not know whether the ambulance is also delayed due to the protest.

After all, what is the real reason for the protest?

Demonstrating peacefully on some matter is right, but now this demonstration is not left for the good of Indian farmers. Now it has taken an extremist and communal stance which has become a cause of trouble for millions of people for many days now. Passengers face heavy traffic every day and hardworking citizens are suffering the real brunt of these demonstrations. It is known that this is happening during the corona epidemic. We also do not know whether the ambulance is also delayed due to the protest.

Is such inconvenience appropriate for hardworking citizens on the basis of protests about the welfare and empowerment of Indian citizens against agricultural reforms? On one side, the protesters are continuing the protests and bandhs, on the other hand, the farmers are also benefiting from these laws. For example, farmer producing companies in four districts in Maharashtra have earned around Rs 10 crore from trade outside APMC. This was about three months after the bill was passed.

The protests of farmers are being promoted in the media, but this protest is not about any one issue. Efforts are being made to free those who have been accused of violence during the Delhi riots and Bhima Koregaon – both these incidents are terrorism… This proves that this demonstration is not for Indian farmers. This protest is not in India’s interest, nor does it help us to progress in any way.

Kisan andolan reason (Farmer andolan)

Kisan Andolan: Will the MSP really end, Mandis will be closed and farmers will be denied the right to go to court?

New Delhi. Farmers’ organisations have called for a Bharat Bandh against the New Farm Bill. The rail stop movement has started in Punjab. Some farmers are coming to Delhi by tractor which have been stopped in Haryana. Meanwhile, the Congress (Congress) has decided to start a nationwide protest. After all, why the farmers are taking to the streets against the bills which the Modi government is calling as a boon for the farmers. Let’s understand what is the root of this movement?

  • The biggest fear for farmers is that the MSP– Minimum Support Price is going to end. Through this bill, the government has opened the way for agricultural business outside the market, namely the Agricultural Produce Market Committee. Trade area has also been declared outside the market. Inside the mandi, the licensed traders take their produce from the farmer at MSP. But MSP has not been made a benchmark for those doing business outside. Therefore, there is no guarantee of getting MSP out of the market.

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  •  The government has not written anywhere in the bill to eliminate mandis. But his impact can destroy the mandis. The farmer is scared after guessing it. That is why the aristocrats are also being scared. On this issue, the farmer and the agent are together. They believe that the mandis will be saved only then the farmer will be able to sell his produce on MSP therein.
  • This bill has been seen to create ‘One Country to Market’. Because tax will be paid inside the mandis and there will be no tax outside the mandis. Now the government has arranged outside the market in the agricultural trade that no tax will have to be paid to the businessman. Whereas, on an average, Mandi Tax is levied within the market at 6-7 per cent.

 It is being argued on behalf of the farmers that the agent or businessman will buy out of the market by not losing his 6-7 percent tax. Where he does not have to pay any tax. Mandi system will be discouraged by this decision. If the mandi committee is weak then the farmer will slowly go to the market. Where its yield can be got more than the government fixed rate and less also.

  • Amidst this concern of farmers, the state governments – especially Punjab and Haryana – are fearing that if the private buyers buy grain directly from the farmers, they will lose the tax they get in the mandis. Both states get a hefty tax from the mandis, which they use in development work. However, there is BJP rule in Haryana, so the ruling leaders here are silent on this matter.
  • A bill is related to contract farming. In this, the right of the farmers to go to court has been taken away. The SDM will decide in case of a dispute between the companies and the farmers. His appeal will be to the DM and not to the court. The farmers do not believe in DM, SDM because they feel that the people sitting in both these positions are like puppets of the government. They never talk about the interest of farmers.

The central government is making out the promise of what is not written in the act. This is why confusion is spreading among farmers. The government in its official statement is promising to continue the MSP and mandis are not closed, the party is saying the same on the forum, but it is not writing the same thing in the Act. Hence there is doubt and confusion. Farmers feel that no statement of the government can equal the guarantee of MSP in the Agriculture Act. Because on the promise of the act, the government can be raised in court, while the party forum and statements have no legal basis. However, the government is dismissing these fears of farmers from scratch.

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Kisan Andolan: Farmers to jam Delhi-Dehradun highway today in protest against agricultural laws

In protest against agricultural laws, Bhakiyu (Tikait) will protest on Friday and block the highway outside Mangalore Gur Mandi. At the same time, the officials of Uttarakhand Kisan Morcha along with the farmers have warned to protest against the central government at Shatabdi Gate in Roorkee. Apart from this, protests will also be organized on behalf of Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan.

Many buses going to Chandigarh returned from the middle road
The transport movement in Punjab has also affected the buses of the Transport Corporation. Due to the farmers’ movement, a dozen buses from Dehradun going to Punjab, Chandigarh, Jammu Kashmir returned from Paonta Sahib and Kalahamb itself.
According to Transport Corporation officials, buses in Kalahamb got stuck in the jam caused by the peasant movement. Despite the million requests of drivers, the agitating farmers did not allow the vehicles to go ahead. In such a situation, the traveler got down there.

On receiving the information, the officials stopped buses going to different places in Chandigarh and Punjab at Paonta Sahib. According to sources, some buses going to Chandigarh had to return to Dehradun on Wednesday also due to farmers’ agitation.

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