“Stop the movement, the government is ready to amend the law,” Ramdas Atwale urged the farmers


Banglahant Desk: Farmers in the Delhi border have been protesting for the past few days demanding repeal of the proposed agricultural bill by the central government. This time the central government requested the farmers to end this movement. The Union government has agreed to amend the law, said Union Minister Ramdas Athawale.

Peasant movement

Farmers have been protesting for several days against the withdrawal of three agriculture bills proposed by the central government. Farmers from different parts of the country joined the protest movement and united at the Delhi border. Although the central government has repeatedly said that the new law is in favor of the farmers, the farmers were reluctant to accept it. They protested against the amendment of the law. Many peasants even became angry with the government and chose the path of suicide.

The government agreed to amend the agricultural law

The central government has now agreed to accept the demands of the farmers. On behalf of the Union government, Union Minister and President of the Republican Party of India Ramdas Atwale said, “The farmers' movement is being requested to end this time. The central government is now ready to amend this law. The peasants now withdraw the movement. Don't worry, there will be no problem with MSP and APMC.

He added, “We are never in favor of removing the government of Ashok Gehlot from Rajasthan. But he needs help from Sachin Pilot. Congress is doing injustice to Sachin Pilot. So you will see that one day he will come out with the MLAs.