Protests to continue till anti-farmers bills are not withdrawn or amended: Lahuka
Condemns fresh ordiance over stubble burning
KMSC announces protest over Farm Bills in 10 districts on Nov. 5
Ferozepur, October 30, 2020: The Kissan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee – KMSC, in its meeting held on Friday at village Aansal chalked out future protest action plan in the State and decided to condemn the action of Centre government over three Farm Bills, ordinance about stubble burning for find of Rs.1 crore and five years imprisonment.
The meeting was attended by State President Satnam Singh Pannu and presided over by District President, Inderjit Singh Bath, KMSC at vllage Ansal where in farmers from Moga and Fazilka an also participated and discussed a number of important issues.
District President condemned the fresh ordinance issued for fine and imprisonment on stubble burning. He said said that the compensation of Rs 2,500 per acre announced by the High Court and NGT last year to the farmers who did not set fire to straw but has not been received any amount so far. The government has also completely failed to provide subsidized agriculture implements to the farmers for straw management, he added.
In the absence of any solution from the government, we will continue to burn the stubble which no one can stop them as the farmers not getting any alternative solution to this problem.
Disclosing this here today District Press Secretary Sukhwant Singh Lohka said that on November 5, Kisan Mazdoor Jathebandi would call a complete shutdown in 10 districts on the call of Bharat Bandh from 12 noon to 4 pm The state level permanent morcha will be at Jandiala Guru railway track and Ferozepur Fazilka Moga districts will be held from November 3 to 5.He added that this morcha will continue till the repeal of anti-farmer bills.