32 organizations of Punjab took stern notice of black marketing of DAP fertilizer

Barnala: The Samyukta Kisan Morcha, comprising 32 organizations from Punjab, staged a dharna at the railway station today for the 413th day to demand repeal of three agriculture laws and enactment of a new law guaranteeing MSP. Continued with full enthusiasm. With the wheat sowing season in full swing, the issue of shortage of DAP fertilizer has become a topic of discussion in the dharna time and again.

Farmer Leaders Fertilizer management is becoming a serious problem. There has been blackmail and hoarding of fertilizers but the government seems to be asleep. Private dealers are forcing farmers to buy DAP fertilizer and other non-essential items. The government has taken immediate steps to curb these illegal activities. The leaders paid tribute to his sacrifice and contribution to the peasant movement and observed a two minute silence. The 26th of this month marks the first anniversary of the Delhi Morcha. Meetings are being held in the villages to mobilize for this program. Leaders holding village meetings said that there was a lot of enthusiasm among the farmers, men and women, to go to Delhi.

Revealed the hidden hypocrisy behind leaving. The leaders said that on the one hand, the government was handing over tribal water, forest and land to corporates; By amending the Indian Forest Act, their rights are being attacked and on the other hand, it is being hypocritical to celebrate the birthday of the hero of these tribals. The government should stop this hypocrisy and not hand over water, forest and land to the corporates in the name of tribal development.

Expressed grief over the untimely death of Bhau). The leaders said that during the ongoing struggle for employment, Daljit Singh, who had been holding a continuous dharna on a water tank in Mohali, had recently passed away due to dengue. The death of this unemployed youth is not a natural death but a murder due to the government’s deadly policies. The government should accept the demands of the unemployed youth and give them decent employment.

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