The CPI and CPI-M, their affiliated organisations, All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) and different farmers’ our bodies held a protest in Hyderabad.
- Last Updated: September 25, 2020, 4:28 PM IST
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The Left events and Congress on Friday staged protests in Telangana as a part of the nation-wide agitation towards contentious farm payments handed by the Parliament. The CPI and CPI-M, their affiliated organisations, All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) and different farmers’ our bodies held a protest in Hyderabad.
Holding their respective celebration flags, dozens of activists participated in the protest held at Ayakaar Bhavan in the center of the town.
Raising slogans towards the Centre and holding placards, the protestors together with girls sat in entrance of the Income Tax workplace. Terming the brand new farm legislations as ‘anti-farmer’ they demanded their instant revocation.
Senior Congress chief V. Hanumanth Rao additionally participated in the protest. He mentioned the brand new legal guidelines will hit onerous Indian farmers.
The Congress celebration additionally organised protests throughout the state. Party leaders and staff participated in the sit-in at district and Assembly constituency headquarters.
The celebration additionally held a candle-light rally final evening at Ambedkar Statue close to Tank Bund.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) additionally staged a sit-in at Ambedkar Statue to protest towards what it referred to as draconian laws.
Ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) can be opposing the brand new farm legislations however its protest was confined to the Parliament.
Party leaders, nonetheless, Asaid TRS president and Chief Minister Ok. Chandrasekhar Rao is able to lead a farmers’ agitation on the nationwide stage.
State Congress chief Uttam Kumar Reddy alleged that the brand new laws would badly have an effect on the pursuits of farmers.
He demanded the federal government ought to amend the regulation by inserting a clause to make sure that farmers get Minimum Support Price (MSP) whether or not they promote their produce in market yard or outdoors.
The Congress chief mentioned states which used to control costs and mandi charges will now not find a way to take action with the brand new enactments.
“These bills are going to cause the collapse of the system of selling farm produce in market yards. Because of the interference of the centre, the states have to lose their constitutional right of agricultural markets which is under the state list,” he mentioned