DCP Nane of Delhi Police told that unknown people set fire to a tractor near India Gate today. He said, ‘Around 15 to 20 people gathered here and tried to set fire to a tractor.
- Three agrarian reform bills passed in the monsoon session of parliament
- The government claims that this will increase the income of farmers
- Farmers fear that SSP will end in the coming days
New Delhi: Protests against agrarian reform legislators are taking violent and violent forms. On Monday morning, protesters set fire to a tractor near India Gate.
However, Delhi Police overcame the incident in time. Police reached the spot extinguished the fire and removed the tractor from there.
DCP Nane of Delhi Police told that unknown people set fire to a tractor near India Gate today.
He said, ‘Around 15 to 20 people gathered here and tried to set fire to a tractor.
The fire in the tractor has been extinguished and the tractor has also been removed from the driveway.
The police officer said that people involved in the incident were being identified. The investigation is on.
Protest against agricultural reform bills
Farmers have been protesting across the country against the agrarian reform bills for the last few days. Most of these bills are being opposed by the farmers of Punjab. Farmers’ organizations have also started a ‘Rail Stop’ campaign in Punjab.
Government claims – farmers’ income will increase
Three bills related to agricultural reforms have been passed by Parliament. The government says that after the enactment of these bills, the income of farmers will increase and they will be able to sell their crops anywhere. The government claims that mandis and MSP for farmers will continue as before. At the same time, there is a fear of farmers that the MSP and the mandis will end after these bills. The farmers are supported by the opposition.
Farmers shut down ‘Bharat’
Last Friday, under the banner of the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee, around 250 farmer organizations called for a nation-wide ‘Bharat Bandh’. During ‘Bharat Bandh’, farmers demonstrated near the Punjab, Haryana, Delhi-UP border. On the performance of the farmers, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the government is ready to talk to the farmers even at midnight.