Chennai. Tamil Nadu ruler Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and its allies on Sunday said they would stage statewide protests against the Bharatiya Janata Party-led central government on September 20. The DMK and its allies said the protest was part of a nationwide movement proposed by opposition parties from September 20 to 30, against the Centre’s “anti-people and undemocratic” move, which would include rejecting the repeal of agricultural laws. Done.
A joint statement from DMK, Congress, Left, MDMK, IUML, VCK, MMK, KMDK and TVK said that the protest with black flags would be held in Tamil Nadu as per the decision taken at the meeting of the Opposition led by Congress President Sonia Gandhi last month.
Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI-M), gave his full support to his party and other left parties in the Kisan Mahapanchayat against three new agricultural laws in Muzaffarnagar. He said it was unfortunate that the central government was not ready to listen to the demands of the farmers. “Our party CPI-M and all the left parties are in support of this mahapanchayat,” Yechury said. Our main demand is to repeal the three black laws passed in Parliament.
“Our second demand is the minimum support price,” he said. Farmers should be given legally as per the recommendation of Swaminathan Commission. He said the farmers’ movement was spreading across the country, but sadly, the central government was not ready to talk to them. They feed us and save for each of them, but the government pays no attention to them. Such a ruthless government has never been seen in India.
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