“They (the 2 organisations) additionally opposed the nationalisation of banks carried out by former prime minister Indira Gandhi,” the previous state chief minister claimed.
“The (current) authorities desires to privatise the farm sector with the three agri-marketing legal guidelines,” he alleged.
The farmers of Madhya Pradesh are easy and the three new legal guidelines are towards their pursuits, he claimed.
1000’s of have been tenting at a number of Delhi border factors for over 40 days, demanding repeal of the brand new farm laws and a authorized assure on minimal assist worth (MSP) for his or her crops, apart from different points.
“Our protest (towards the federal government) for the farmers’ trigger at varied ranges together with blocks and districts throughout the state – will proceed until January 23,” Nath mentioned.
On January 15, a two-hour-long “chakka jam” (highway blockades) will likely be held from midday throughout the state, he mentioned.
The Congress would additionally maintain a large “kisan mahapanchyat” (farmers’ meet) on January 20 within the state’s Morena district, he mentioned.
On January 23, farmers would gherao the Raj Bhawan (governor’s home) right here over the demand for a repeal of the three new agri legal guidelines, the Congress veteran mentioned.
The Congress will launch a farmers’ awakening programme from Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh on January 16, the chief of opposition within the state Assembly mentioned.
Nath mentioned he’ll handle his celebration’s first consciousness assembly for farmers on January 16.
The celebration would maintain such conferences at totally different locations, he added.
Enacted in September, the three farm legal guidelines have been projected by the Centre as main reforms within the agriculture sector that can take away the middlemen and permit farmers to promote their produce anyplace within the nation.
Nonetheless, the protesting farmers have expressed apprehension that the brand new legal guidelines would pave the best way for eliminating the protection cushion of the MSP and dispose of the “mandi” (wholesale market) system, leaving them on the mercy of massive corporates.