Farmers’ send open Letter to PM Modi, lists 6 demands


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The umbrella body of farmers’ unions, The Samyukta Kisan Morcha, sent a 6-point agenda to the PM after the farm laws are repealed.

Moreover, they decided to continue to protest until their demands are accepted legally. They are demanding the withdrawal of cases against farmers. Moreover, to build a memorial for the protesters who lost their lives during the agitation.

Furthermore, the Kisan union in an open letter written to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. In the letter they asked to resume the talks with the government immediately over their six demands. Their demands include a law guaranteeing minimum support price (MSP) for all farmers.

In spite of the surprising announcement of repealing the farm laws on Friday, by the Prime Minister, the farmers do want to stop the stir. They are demanding a statutory guarantee of MSP and withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill.

The letter says, “ MSP based on the comprehensive cost of production should be made a legal entitlement of all farmers for all agricultural produce so that every farmer of the country can be guaranteed the MDP announced by the government for their entire crop. Withdraw the draft ‘Electricity amendments Bill 2020/2021,”

The letter also sought removal of penal provisions against farmers. Cases are filed in the ‘Commission for air quality management n the National Capital Region and Adjoining Areas Act, 2021.

It also demands the sacking and arrest of union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra. Ashish Mishra, son of Ajay Mishra’s son is an accused in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence.

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