Farm Laws

Panel member indicates reports may be released after Uttar Pradesh elections Agriculture Act

In January 2021, the Supreme Court had appointed a committee to study the laws while hearing petitions challenging the controversial agricultural laws passed by Parliament in 2020. Anil Ghanwat, a member of the Supreme Court-appointed committee to study the three agricultural laws and associated with Shetkari Sangathan, said the panel has received most of the …

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What I said said that this voicesame food is bad-mir taqi mirThe farming laws have been withdrawn but the deep impact of the peasant movement on the political ground is still visible. Once a party gets power, the path of the grassroots organization associated with it is not easy. Political Journey of Satyapal Malik All …

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Farmers’ movement is not over yet, Rakesh Tikait said – will march with tractor till Parliament House on January 26

Tikait said that the agitation which lasted for 13 months on the border of Delhi was the training of the farmers. Now we have come to know that if the government does not accept the demands, then we know how to organize agitations in January and in June. Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) national spokesperson Rakesh …

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Will agriculture laws come in a new form? Agriculture Minister said, have taken a step back, then will move forward

Tomar said that despite the repeal of three agricultural laws, the government was not disappointed. “We have taken a step back but will move forward,” he said. Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that there is still a great lack of private investment in the agriculture sector in the country. Agriculture Minister Tomar said …

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