New Delhi. Government of India Another important demand of farmers has accepted. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar informed about it. They said that Farmer organizations burnt stubble by farmers (stubble burning) was demanded to be freed from crime. The Government of India has also accepted this demand. Earlier Tomar said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi Announced the formation of a committee to deliberate on the issues of crop diversification, zero-budget farming, and making the MSP system more transparent and effective. In this committee there will be representatives of farmer organizations.
He said that with the formation of this committee, the demand of farmers on MSP was fulfilled. In the context of repeal of three agricultural laws, the Union Agriculture Minister said that the bill related to this will be introduced in the Parliament on the first day of the winter session (on November 29).
Tomar said that there is no point in continuing the farmers’ agitation after the announcement of abrogation of three agricultural laws. I urge the farmers to end the agitation and go home.
According to the news agency ANI, Tomar said that after the decision to repeal all the three agricultural laws, I understand that now there is no justification for it. I urge the farmers’ organizations to end the agitation. The farmers should return home respecting the announcement made by the Prime Minister. Give him a big heart.
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