Kisan Mahapanchayat in Mumbai today, can give a new edge to the farmers' movement

Mumbai: Farmers are still refusing to accept the three agricultural laws, despite the fact that they have been repealed. Their anger continues to this day. At Azad Maidan in Mumbai today, a Mahapanchayat of farmers and labourers will be added to the list. The list is supposed to include over 100 organisations. In reality, the Mahapanchayat will hear from the leader of the United Kisan Morcha today.

At the same time, the Central Government plans to bring the Agricultural Law Repeal Bill, 2021, in the Lok Sabha tomorrow, Monday, at the start of the winter session of Parliament. According to the govt, just a tiny number of farmers opposes these regulations, but it is vital to bring everyone along for inclusive growth, which is why provisions are being created to repeal these three laws. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is expected to introduce the bill that the Cabinet has approved.

The United Kisan Morcha recently slammed the administration for refusing to engage in discussions, saying, "In a democracy, it is critical for all parties to listen." For this, the government should speak with farmers, listen to their concerns, and come up with a viable answer. However, the government is refusing to do so. Last Saturday's joint Kisan Morcha (SKM) meeting at the Singhu border postponed the farmers' parliament march planned for the 29th. It was decided not to have a tractor rally in the mahapanchayat, which would have lasted many hours.

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