Give-up stubborn stance, repeal farm laws: YJMB urges PM

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JAMMU: Lashing out at the Centre Government for its lack of empathy towards the farmers protesting against the three farm laws, Yuva Jat Manch Bharat (YJMB) has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to repeal the laws as the new year gift to the food growers of the country protesting for their rights. The YJMB also extended its complete support to the farmers protesting at various borders of national capital and urged the farmers of Jammu and Kashmir to move to New Delhi to express their solidarity with them.
Praying for the well-being of the fellow countrymen in this New Year, YJMB National President Karan Singh Duddi said that it is regretful that the farmers are out on the roads in this biting cold to fight for their rights.
“For the sake of this country and the farmers, the Central government should give up its stubborn and obstinate attitude and meet the demands of the protesting farmers,” said Duddi as he urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring an end to the ongoing impasse by repealing the farm laws.
“The Prime Minister must repeal these laws as a new year gift to the food growers across the country,” he said.
In his statement, YJMB’s Jammu and Kashmir president Nimrandeep Singh reiterated its complete support to the Kisaan Ekta Manch, the amalgamation of various farmers’ organisation.
“It was very unfortunate that the farmers who feed our country were agitating in the severe cold, but the dictatorial central government was neither listening nor seeing the pain of the farmers. The centre government should take steps towards resolving the deadlock over the anti-farmer black laws and listen to the legitimate demands of the ‘Annadatas’,” he said.
Singh also appealed to various farmers’ leaderships across Jammu and Kashmir to show their support to fellow farmers by moving to New Delhi and join their agitation.
“We all should go to New Delhi and raise the voice for our ‘Annadatas’,” he said.
The national team of YJMB also expressed their concerns and said that PM Modi-led central government should end the farmers’ stalemate and take the talks with the farmers’ delegation seriously.

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