SRINAGAR: The United Sikh Forum and Jammu and Kashmir Kissan Tehreek on Tuesday held a protest in favour of the protesting Indian farmers against the bill passed by the Central Government of India demanding Government to revoke new farm laws.
The members from Jammu and Kashmir Kissan Tehreek and United Sikh Forum assembled here in press enclave and chanting the Slogans in favour of the of the Indian farmers and extended the support of the nation wide Strike (Bharat bandh call)
Abdul Rashid Pandit, one of the protester from Jammu and Kashmir Kissan said that the farmers are on protest in various Indian states against new farm laws which is totally against the farmers of our country which are working hard in their lands through which these farmers are earning their livelihood directly from the agricultural fields in various Indian states.
” The new Farm laws which is against the farmers should be revoked as soon as possible. In Jammu and Kashmir, we are also support our farmers brothers who have rising their voices against the new farm laws which have passed by the government of India,” Pandit said
Bikram Singh, another protesting member from United Sikh Forum Said that the farmers of our country are unhappy with the new farm laws which has been passed Central government passed.
“If the central Government have passed the new farm laws due to which farmers of India are not satisfied. Then why the Government cannot revoke this new farm laws. So, the farmer will get satisfied across the Indian,” Singh said.
He said the central Government should must fulfill the demands of the farmers and should revoke new farmers laws.