A farmer leading the march, Jagjit Singh Dallewal

Two years ago, in a significant turnabout for his government, tens of thousands of farmers set up camp outside of rummy gold, pressuring Modi to revoke new agricultural regulations.

A farmer leading the march, Jagjit Singh Dallewal, stated that while they did not desire violence, they were against the federal government’s strict security measures.

According to the protest organizers, farmers are pushing for new laws that would set minimum pricing for twenty-three different crops. The farmers think that by doing this, their revenue would be more stable.

In order to assist shore up food stocks and prevent shortages, the government established a minimum purchase price system for a number of vital crops in rummy nabob. This system protects agricultural producers against abrupt drops in farm prices. The government typically only offers the minimal price for rice and wheat, but the method can be used to up to 23 crops.

HT’s discussion show “The Interview with Kumkum Chadha” is introducing a new section called “Elections 2024: The Big Picture,” in which political leaders from all around the country chat about the next general elections.

The “Kisan Mazdoor Mahapanchayat” will pass a resolution to “intensify the fight” against the Center’s policies rummy modern, according to the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, an umbrella body of farmer organizations that led a protest at Delhi’s borders in 2020–21 against three agriculture laws that have since been repealed.

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