Its a farmer protest not a religious. All the religion together to Support Farmers.

Its a farmer protest not a religious. All the religion together to Support Farmers.

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Deepak Dhiman started this petition to Against New Three Farming Ordinances

The Lok Sabha on Thursday, 17 September, passed three contentious agriculture Bills, despite strong opposition, being termed an "anti-farmer" move by BJP ally Shiromani Akali Dal, and widespread protests by farmers in various states over the issue.

Thousands of farmers in Punjab, Haryana and several other states have been staging protests since the government on 14 September introduced these Bills in the Lok Sabha, a movement which PM Modi.
Here’s what the ordinances propose and why the farmers are protesting against it.

What Do the Three Ordinances Say?

1. The Farmers' Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance
Under this ordinance, the farmer can sell his finished crops to any merchant anywhere. There will be no compulsion to sell in APMC mandi of their own specific area. The government is putting this forward as part of “one nation, one market.”
2. The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services
Under this ordinance, the farmer broadly signs a contract to sell the crops on the basis of the parameters set by his crop standards. It is believed that this may reduce the risk of the farmer.
3. Amendment in Essential Commodities Act 1955
The moneylenders and businessmen used to earlier buy crops at affordable rates and store them in large numbers, and engage in black marketing. The government enacted the Essential Commodities Act in 1955 to curb black marketing. But now, under the new amendment, agricultural products like cereals, pulses, oilseeds, edible oils and potatoes have been removed from it.

The condition, however, has been kept that the ordinance will not be applicable in the event of a national disaster or emergency.
Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, told The Quint that his main concern was with regard to MSP system tampering.
Their demand, he said, is that 'the government should enact laws on the support price. This can stop the excessive exploitation of farmers by middlemen and companies, and this step will increase the income of farmers. Crop purchases below the support price should be classified as a crime.’

Why Are Farmers Protesting Against the Ordinances?

Farmers across the country are opposing the ordinances introduced by the central government on 5 June. The government, on its part, is projecting these ordinances as 'one nation, one market', a major step towards agricultural reform.

The Indian Farmers Union, a farmers' organisation, believes:
“Due to these laws, farmers are in danger of becoming captive to companies. Law control, free marketing, storage, import-export, is not in the interest of farmers. The farmers of this country are also suffering because of the policies of the World Trade Organisation. During the drought in Bengal, in 1943-44, 40 lakh people died of hunger due to hoarding of food grains by the East India Company.”   
Bharatiya Kisan Union   

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