Starting with a rally in Lucknow as per the plan on Monday, the SKM mentioned, the following assembly will happen on November 27 to evaluation developments, if any, and the ‘Sansad Chalo’ march on November 29.
At its first assembly on the Kisan Andolan headquarters on Singhu border after the announcement made by the Prime Minister on Friday of his authorities’s resolution to repeal the three contentious farm legal guidelines, the SKM warmly congratulated “all the farmers and workers of India for their historic victory after an unprecedented one year long struggle”.
The consortium of farmers’ organisations and different NGOs, additionally determined to proceed with all of the introduced programmes as per plan.
That consists of the ‘Kisan Mahapanchayat’ in Lucknow on Monday; ‘Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Diwas’ on Sir Chhotu Ram’s beginning anniversary on November 24; a gathering on November 27 to evaluation developments, if any; and ‘Dilli Border Morche pe Chalo’ on November 26, a press release from the SKM mentioned, including, “We appeal to all citizens part of the movement to take part in all the events and hold state level farmer-worker protests in states far away from Delhi.”
The SKM additionally mentioned it would go forward with its ‘Sansad Chalo’ march on November 29.
“While Narendra Modi or his government does not acknowledge the heavy and avoidable sacrifices made by around 700 brave farmers of the Kisan Andolan, the Telangana government has now stepped forward to provide support to the kin of the martyrs,” the SKM assertion after the marathon assembly attended by 40-odd representatives of all of the member organisations, mentioned.
While asserting a assist of Rs 3 lakh every per martyr household, Telangana Chief Minister Okay. Chandrasekhar Rao has additionally demanded that the Centre pays Rs 25 lakh for every farmer household and in addition withdraw all circumstances unconditionally.
“SKM will provide the list of martyrs to the Telangana government for this ex-gratia support to be extended to the martyrs’ families,” it mentioned.
In the nationwide conference of a Punjab-based Women’s Collective yesterday, with the occasion specializing in ‘Farmers’ Struggle and Earth Democracy’, the audio system highlighted the historic contribution of girls farmers to the continuing wrestle, and paid their tributes to the ladies martyrs of the motion, the SKM assertion mentioned.
The assembly of the representatives of just about all of the member organisations of the SKM consortium was attended by leaders together with Balveer Rajewal, Gurunam Singh Chadhuni, Manjit Rai Darshan Pal and Yogendra Yadav whereas distinguished chief, Rakesh Tikait, chief of the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU), was away in Lucknow.