Govt. of India should leave its unpopular, unconstitutional & draconian stand towards striking farmers

Prof. Bhim Singh
Prof. Bhim Singh

Jammu/Srinagar/New Delhi, December 18, 2020: Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Executive Chairman of State Legal Aid Committee, Prof.Bhim Singh speaking to his party workers in Jammu assured that he will do anything in his power to contribute towards getting a satisfactory solution to the striking farmers for the abolition of three draconian farmers’ laws about the rights of the farmers in the market.

The Panthers Party is a people’s interest-based party and many members of the party belong to the villages of J&K and are farmers.

He said that the Govt. of India should leave its unpopular, unconstitutional and draconian stand to deal with the striking farmers, which unfortunately is resulting in the tragic death of the young and the old farmers from all corners of the country. The BJP government should give the farmers absolute right on their products and its sale in the marketplace without putting any prior conditions, as happens in all other marketable products like the medicines on one hand and the fashion cosmetics on the other. The multinational companies of India have that right on their products to sell it anywhere under the rules. The government should concentrate on helping the agitating farmers after consulting them and show its intention that it cares about the ‘andata’ of the country.

Prof.Bhim Singh declared that he shall hold a farmers’ national convention in New Delhi in the middle of January 2021 where representatives of all groups/units of the farmers and the workers shall be invited from all over the country.

He declared that a national confederation shall be launched so that a national movement shall be launched to secure justice, equity and appropriate laws in respect of the land and property of the farmers.

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