Jalandhar: Meghalaya Guv at farmers’ ‘sanman samaroh’

Jalandhar: Meghalaya Guv at farmers’ ‘sanman samaroh’



Tribune Information Service

Jalandhar, August 6

Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik right now mentioned the federal government was nonetheless not severe about farmers’ points and farmers had one other lengthy battle due for the long run.

Addressing a gathering at an occasion held at Beas Pind right here to honour farmers who had died through the Kisan Andolan, Malik mentioned the Union Authorities and the Prime Minister initially took the farmers’ protests flippantly.

Malik addressed a congregation of farmers at a ‘sanman samaroh’ devoted to the farmers who died through the agitation in Delhi. Tributes had been additionally paid to the not too long ago deceased icons of Punjab — Deep Sidhu, Sandeep Nangal Ambiyan, Navreet Singh Dibdiba and Sidhu Moosewala.

Malik mentioned the federal government lastly withdrew the farm legal guidelines, however points like assured MSP and withdrawal of court docket circumstances had been nonetheless pending. He mentioned he would additionally take up the problem of the discharge of Sikh prisoners with the PM.

Malik mentioned, “After I noticed that farmers remained on the Delhi borders for 4 months, and nobody approached them, I took up the problem with the PM. I requested him to speak to them and ship them house. He mentioned ‘chale jayenge Sat Pal, kyon pareshan ho rahe ho?’. He took it flippantly,” he mentioned.

Malik added, “I informed him that he was committing a mistake. I informed him he doesn’t know them. They received’t go like this. That is the group, the Gurus of which sacrificed their 4 Sahibzadas however refused to compromise on principals. They (Sikhs) don’t neglect for 300 years. My insistence paid dividends, however with delay.”

Malik added, “Now, he’s visiting gurdwaras and calling them for talks. He understood finally, apologised and withdrew farm legal guidelines.”

He mentioned, “Nonetheless, the federal government is just not being sincere. Its intentions in direction of farmers are usually not proper. It hasn’t finished something on MSP, nor has it withdrawn circumstances in opposition to farmers, nor have individuals who climbed the Crimson Fort been freed. I need to inform my farmer brothers that we’re heading in direction of a giant struggle once more and for that, I can be with you once more.”

Govt took farmers’ agitation flippantly

After I noticed that farmer leaders remained on the Delhi borders for 4 months of protests, and nobody approached them, I took up the problem with the PM… However, he took the problem flippantly. — Satya Pal Malik, Governor, Meghalaya





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