New Delhi: Farmer associations on Sunday rejected the government’s offer to have dialogue and demanded for straight forward solution.
“The government, if it is serious about addressing the demands of the farmers, should stop laying down any conditions (“you move to Burari Grounds in a ‘structured way’ and then we will start a dialogue the next day”), should stop assuming that the dialogue can be about an explanation to farmers about the benefits of the Acts and should come straight out with a proposal about the solution it is offering,” All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) said in a statement.
“The farmers have demanded to repeal 3 anti-farmer, anti-people laws that were enacted without consultation to serve corporate interests, and withdraw Electricity Bill 2020,” it said.
AIKSCC Working Group has given a call to all farmers’ organisations to immediately mobilise farmers to Delhi to intensify this protest.
It has also called upon all anti corporate, pro farmer forces to join hands and hold protests.
While calling for an all India mobilization, it has called for state level protests all over the country from December 1, 2020.