Farmers agitating towards the Centre’s new agri legal guidelines on Thursday stated they may block railway tracks if their calls for should not met and can announce the date quickly. Addressing reporters on the Singhu border the place they’ve been protesting for nearly two weeks to demand a rollback of the regulation, the farmer unions additionally reiterated that they may intensify their agitation and begin blocking all highways resulting in the nationwide capital.
“We will block railway tracks if our demands are not met. We will decide on the date and announce it soon,” farmer chief Boota Singh stated on the press convention. “Centre has admitted that laws have been made for traders. If agriculture is a state subject, Central govt does not have right to make laws on it,” added Balbir Singh Rajewal, one other chief. Thousands of farmers have been protesting at numerous border factors for nearly two weeks looking for a repeal of the brand new legal guidelines, which they declare had been aimed toward benefitting corporates by weakening the mandi system and the minimal help worth (MSP) regime for procurement of farm produce.