New Delhi: Congress MP RahulGandhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hit out at the Minimum Support Price (MSP) and Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) Act and urged citizens to support the peasant-led protests.
“Farmers in Bihar are in a lot of trouble without MSP-APMC and now the Prime Minister has pushed the whole country into this well. In this situation, it is the duty of every citizen to stand with the farmers,” read GandhiHis tweet was roughly translated from Hindi.

Farmers are protesting against the Farmers’ Production and Trade (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, Price Guarantee and Agricultural Services Act, 2020 Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement and 2020 Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act
A fifth round of talks will be held today between the central and farmers’ union leaders. The talks, the third of the week, will be held at the Science Hall in Delhi at 2 pm.
“The government should announce the withdrawal of three black laws and provide in writing that the MSP will continue. If no positive result from today’s talks, Rajasthan farmers will march with the NH-8 towards Delhi and Jantar Mantar camp,” said Kisan Mahapanchayat president Rampal Jat.
Thousands of farmers held demonstrations for the tenth consecutive day in search of repealing the three agrarian laws, leading to choking on Delhi’s Haryana and Uttar Pradesh border.
Earlier today, the Farmers Association called for a Bharat bond on December 8.
“We have asked the government to revoke agrarian laws. The statues of PM Modi will be burned all over the country on December 5. Lakhoval said.


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