Agartala, November 28: Leaders of the United Kisan Morcha and Central Trade Union organized a Rajbhavan Abhiyan on Tuesday demanding 21 points. On this day, the functionaries of various organizations marched from the capital’s Paradise Choumuhani to the Raj Bhavan. But the procession was stopped by the police at the circuit house area.
All India Krishak Sabha Tripura State Committee Secretary Pavitra Kar said that the Modi government was forced to revoke three agricultural laws in return for the martyrdom of more than seven hundred farmers who fought on the borders of Delhi for 384 days with the cooperation and support of the people of other democratic sections under the leadership of the United Kishan Morcha. At that time, the Modi government had given a written promise to accept various demands of the struggling farmers, such as minimum support price for crops and withdrawal of the Electricity Amendment Bill 2020. But even after two years, not a single promise has been fulfilled.
Therefore, people from different parts of the country including farmers, farm workers and the leaders of various organizations have voiced their protest against this.