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Govt To Withdraw 86 Cases Against Farmers Who Participated In Farm Law Protests, Says Tomar

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Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Friday that the house ministry has determined to dismiss 86 circumstances in opposition to farmers who participated in a year-long protest to repeal three farm legal guidelines.

Farmers started protesting in opposition to the three ordinances in November 2020, which had been repealed in November 2021.

“As per the inputs acquired from Ministry of House Affairs, 86 no. of circumstances in opposition to farmers for withdrawal have been acquired and concurred with. Additional, the Ministry of Railways has issued course for the withdrawal of all circumstances registered by Railway Safety Pressure (RPF) in the course of the farmers’ agitation,” Tomar said this in a written response in the course of the present winter session of Parliament.

His written reply within the Rajya Sabha got here in response to a question from Congress member Deepender Singh Hooda about whether or not the administration has withdrawn the complaints filed in opposition to farmers in the course of the protest in all states, as promised.

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Hooda additionally demanded info on the compensation granted to the households of farmers killed in the course of the protests.

“Such particulars are usually not maintained within the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare,” Tomar responded. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated on November 19, 2021, that the federal government has determined to abolish the three farm legal guidelines and urged protesting farmers to come back house.

Hundreds of farmers, primarily from Punjab, Haryana, and Western Uttar Pradesh, will stage an illustration on the nationwide capital’s boundaries commencing November 26, 2020, to demand the repeal of the three farm legal guidelines.

The Indian agriculture acts of 2020, often known as the Farm Payments, had been three acts handed by the Indian Parliament in September 2020. The payments had been adopted by the Lok Sabha on September 17, 2020, and by the Rajya Sabha on September 20, 2020. On September 27, 2020, India’s President, Ram Nath Kovind, granted his approval.

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