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The government’s efforts to convince the farmers do not seem to be successful. Despite the letter of Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and the appeal of Prime Minister Modi, the performance of farmers continues on the 24th day. Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar met the Agriculture Minister on Saturday evening. Khattar said, ‘I hope to have a dialogue with the farmers in the next 2-3 days.

Khattar said – The solution to the movement should be found out as soon as possible and through dialogue. According to sources, Khattar may also meet Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. Here, despite the growing cold and cold air in Delhi, farmers are stuck on the Delhi-UP and Haryana border.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar discussing the new agricultural laws.  The meeting was held at the residence of Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar discussing the new agricultural laws. The meeting was held at the residence of Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.

MP Beniwal resigns from three committees of Parliament
The National Democratic Party (RLP) chief, the only ally of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Rajasthan, has indicated its separation from the alliance. RLP Chief and Nagaur MP Hanuman Beniwal resigned from the membership of three separate committees of Parliament on Saturday. However, it will be decided on 26 December whether or not there will be an alliance with the NDA.

He said, ‘It seems that the central government wants to end the movement. Therefore our party has decided to travel to Delhi on December 26 with 2 lakh farmers and youth.

Singer Bablu Maan among the farmers agitating on the Singhu border.

Singer Bablu Maan among the farmers agitating on the Singhu border.

Many celebrities are also reaching out to support the agitating farmers. Singer Bablu Maan and actress Swara Bhaskar arrived on Friday.

Mobile charging brought solar panels from home

Farmers are charging solar panels and tractor batteries so that mobile charging is not disturbed. Amrit Singh, a farmer, told that he has brought solar plates with him that if the phone battery is discharged then there will be no talk at home. On the question of getting any facility here, he said that what will the government provide, it is not even accepting our demand.

Chidambaram targets prime minister

Senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram has targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of MSP. He said that the Prime Minister has accused the opposition of spreading lies. There are three so-called lies here, on which he might want to comment. The AIKSCC coordinating the farmers’ protest has said that the farmers are selling paddy at Rs 900 per quintal, although the MSP is Rs 1,870 per quintal. Is it a lie

Prime Minister Modi accused the opposition that he is provoking farmers. The former Finance Minister’s statement came in response to this charge. He also referred to the Tablighi Jamaat and Hathras cases.

Congress said- Modi government attacked farmers 3 times

Surjewala said – After assuming power, the Modi government sidelined the farmers and gave all the government resources to the capitalists. He said that the Modi government inflicted 3 blows on the farmers.
First blow: On 12 June 2014, the Modi government wrote a letter to all states that if any state gave a bonus to the farmers above the support price, the grain of that state would not be purchased at the support price and the farmer brothers were denied the bonus Gone.

Second stab: In December 2014, the Modi government promulgated three ordinances to abolish the Fair Compensation of Farmers Land Act 2013, so that farmers’ land could be easily snatched and handed over to the capitalists.

Third blow: In February 2015, the Modi government flatly denied an affidavit in the Supreme Court, stating that if the farmers were given above 50% of the support price cost, the market would deteriorate, that is, they then stood in the court of capitalists.

Updates

  • Sardar VM Singh of All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee said that a meeting will be held with the administration to stop the movement of tractors at Delhi-Ghazipur border at 11 am on Sunday. If our demands are not met, then the roads on both sides will be blocked.
  • Chipko movement leader Sundarlal Bahuguna has supported the peasant movement. Bahuguna released the video and said- I support the demands of the feeders. Farmers are the real heroes of the country in providing food security of the country.
  • The farmers say that they are preparing for a long battle against agricultural laws. In view of the cold, more tents are being installed.
  • Industry organization FICCI has said that the economy of the Northern Region is estimated to suffer a loss of Rs 3000 crore every day due to the farmer movement.

Modi’s appeal – Agriculture Minister must read the letter
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar wrote a letter to farmers on Thursday, giving credence to other concerns including the minimum support price (MSP). Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with farmers, appealed to the entire country to read Tomar’s letter and shared it on social media.

Supreme Court said – Government should think of a way to hold the law
The petition for the removal of farmers from the streets was heard in the Supreme Court on Thursday for the second consecutive day. The court said that farmers have the right to protest, but there should be no threat to anyone’s property or anyone’s life. Also advised to change the way of protest, no city can be jammed. The court also asked the government – can you stop the agricultural laws till the hearing of this case is over?

There are no rules to implement new agricultural laws, just as CAA has not been made.
Former Lok Sabha Secretary General PDT Achari gave answers to questions related to the Supreme Court’s comment on agricultural laws.

Can any law be stopped?
The executive has the right to execute the bill. There are rules and guidelines for implementation. The rules to implement agricultural laws are not yet in place. That is, they are not applicable, then how can we stop them.

Has it ever happened before that the bill was passed in Parliament and it was not implemented?
The biggest example of this is the Citizenship Law Amendment Act (CAA). It was passed by parliament last year. However, the rules and guidelines for implementing this law have not yet been enacted. Therefore, this law is still in cold storage.

If the government makes the rules soon?
If the Supreme Court wishes, it can also order not to formulate the rules till the case goes on.

What does the Supreme Court intend?
There is no progress in talks between the government and the farmers. The court is exploring whether the laws can be neutralized till the negotiations continue. I think this move of the court is in the direction of reconciliation.

Can any government also bring an ordinance to nullify the laws?
No. Session of Parliament is the only option to nullify or repeal any law. By the way, to stop the implementation of law, not making rules is the more effective way.

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