Today, once again, there was a meeting of the representatives of the Center and the farmers’ organizations at Bitlgyaan Bhavan in Delhi. And once again the mercury began to rise around that meeting. Earlier, the farmers had declared that if they did not withdraw their agricultural bills, they would not move from their places.
Meanwhile, in such a situation, the agricultural organizations have called for a ban on India on December 6.
The farmers, who are adamant in their position, have already met the Center on the issue of agricultural bills. Today’s meeting will be considered as the fifth level meeting.
Earlier, they did not go to Vigyaan Bhavan to discuss with the center and accept the lunch provided by the center.
The food of the farmers discussed at the meeting came straight from Langar.
Meanwhile, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court to lift the peasant movement. On the other hand, the Delhi border is constantly heating up due to the protesting peasant movement.
From Prakash Singh Badal, Jaswinder Singh has returned the respect given to him by the Indian government. On the other hand, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau was vocal about the peasant movement and sent a Kanazar envoy to Delhi.
In the midst of all such situations, the two sides met once again today.
All the three bills related to agriculture have been passed in the Lok Sabha. These three bills are, ‘Agri-Trade and Trade Development’, ‘Essential Commodities Act’, ‘Agreement on Protection and Empowerment of Farmers to Ensure Prices of Agricultural Products’.
Although these three bills were passed in the Lok Sabha, two bills were passed in the Rajya Sabha by a voice vote on Sunday. The Rajya Sabha passed two bills, ‘Agri-Trade and Trade Development’ and ‘Farmers Protection and Empowerment Agreement to Ensure Prices of Agricultural Products’.
You can sell the crop to whomever you want- Strike Is in regards to this
The government claims that a new type of agricultural system will come to the fore with this bill. With this bill, farmers will be able to sell their crops outside the market. You can sell the crop to whomever you want. Emphasis has also been placed on inter-state business. The settlement seeks to enable marginal farmers to be directly involved in retail and agribusiness.
If the government moves away from the control of the market, the boasting of business in the agricultural market of India will increase. As a result, traders will gradually begin to determine the price of the product.
It is feared that the farmers will not get a decent price even if they ask for it. Farmers are also worried about foreign direct investment in agricultural products.