Rakesh Tikait gives time till October to repel Farm Laws

New Delhi, 6/2 (AO Bureau): Indian Farmers Union President Rakesh Tikait said on Saturday that if the government does not withdraw all the three agricultural laws by October 2, then they will start working on further strategies. He said, “We have given the government till October 2 to withdraw the agricultural laws. We will plan ahead after that. We will not talk to the government under pressure.” With this, he said that if the government withdraws the agricultural laws and makes laws on the minimum support price, the movement will continue. We will travel across the country and there will be agitation all over the country.

50 people detained for demonstrating in support of farmers
Meanwhile, 50 persons were detained by police near Shaheedi Park in central Delhi on Saturday for allegedly demonstrating in support of the farmers’ agitation against the new agrarian laws called ‘Chakka Jam’. Farmers’ organizations had announced a nationwide ‘Chakka Jam’ on February 6 over areas of internet movement in areas near their agitation sites, alleged harassment by the authorities, and other issues during which they started from 12 noon There was talk of blocking national and state highways between 3 pm.

Significantly, thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, and various parts of the country have been in the national capital for more than two months, with the demand for withdrawal of three agricultural laws and legal guarantee for minimum support price (MSP) on crops. Performing at the boundaries. The 73 days that started this movement on 6 February have been completed.

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