New Delhi: With the protests in opposition to the three farm legal guidelines gaining momentum publish the violence witnessed within the nationwide capital through the Tractor Rally on Republic Day, the panchayats in Punjab have warned the relations of the farmers not becoming a member of the protest that they might be fined and will even face social boycott. ALSO READ: Farmers’ Protest: Highways Across India To Be Blocked On Feb 6 As Farmers Plan Nationwide Agitation
The warning issued by some panchayats in Mansa and Bhatinda come as they’ve provide you with a rule of ‘one household, one protester’.
The protestors, particularly the youth, have been requested to stay peaceable and vigilant apart from guaranteeing at the very least one member from their household joins the farmers in Delhi.
The identical bulletins are being produced from the village gurdwaras and in panchayat conferences.
This comes because the farmers have now referred to as for a nationwide agitation on February 6 to mount strain on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led authorities to repeal the three farm legal guidelines.
Earlier on January 26, hundreds of protesting farmers had indulged in violence and clashed with the Delhi Police personnel through the Tractor Rally. Hundreds of farmers deviated from the route determined by the Delhi Police for the rally and entered the majestic Red Fort.
The farmers have to date held 11 rounds of talks with the federal government however there was no optimistic final result but.
One of the key calls for of the farmers is that the Minimum Support Price (MSP) be made a authorized provision to guarantee a greater worth to them.