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Former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot addressing the Kisan Mahapanchayat at Rajesh Pilot Stadium in Dausa.
Former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot started Dausa on Friday in protest against agricultural laws. The pilot targeted the central government amidst a huge crowd of farmers. He said that the Central Government has enacted agricultural legislation in a hurry. By doing so, the government is bent on destroying the future of 86% of small farmers to benefit industrialists. He said that MSP has not been included in this law. In protest against the law, farmers have been on the road in Delhi for two and a half months, but there is no effect on the government.
In this mahapanchayat held at Rajesh Pilot Stadium in Dausa, thousands of farmers came here after filling them in tractors. In his address, the pilot said – a reprehensible incident has happened on the Red Fort on Republic Day. We will not reduce the value of the tricolor, but the government should bring a law for this. While the government is closing hundreds of farmers and burying them in their path. In this way, it has not been seen even on the border of Hindustan-Pakistan.
Farmers gathered in Mahapanchayat At the time the pilots were addressing, the farmers were cheering fiercely.
The pilot warned that people of the country would stand in protest if they treated the farmer badly. All in opposition to the law will put pressure on the government. In support of the Delhi movement, the movement will be done in a Gandhian manner and the government will have to withdraw this black law. The organizer of Mahapanchayat and Dausa MLA Murari Lal Meena said that the central government is bent on unemploying the youth and farmers by contracting the entire system. For industrialists, Modi’s East India Company wants to enslave farmers. He said that only the people of BJP and RSS who call farmers as traitors are enemies of the nation.
4 resolutions passed in the Mahapanchayat
Passed 4 resolutions during Maha Panchayat. They demanded withdrawal of agricultural laws, removal of lawsuits filed against farmers, compensation to aggrieved farmers, legal status to MSP. At the same time, under the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project, instead of Dhaulpur, it passed a proposal to create a command area in Jamwaramgarh or Dausa.
Leaders showed sharp attitude
Bandikui MLA Gajraj Khatana, Chaksu MLA Ved Prakash Solanki, Toda Bhim MLA PR Meena, MLA Suresh Modi, MLA Rakesh Pareek, MLA Harish Meena, Former District Congress President Ramjilal Od, Former District Head Geeta Khatana, Kameri Devi, Municipal Council Chairman Mamta Chaudhary, Man Ganj Business Association President Rakesh Chaudhary, Ramnath Rajoria, Spokesperson Uma Shankar Baniyana, Ghanshyam Bhandarej, Vikram Meena, Mahendra Gangra, etc., attacked the central government fiercely.
Farmers filled in hundreds of tractors during the Mahapanchayat.
Farmers brought plow and hookah in jugaad
The farmers made a chariot of jugaad and reached the Mahapanchayat with tricolor plow and hookah in it. The farmers filled the tractors and left the village for Mahapanchayat. Hundreds of tractors lined up around Gupteshwar Road bypass and Pilot Stadium. A large number of women also reached the Mahapanchayat. These women also included Asha Sahyogini and Anganwadi workers. The folk artists of Pachwara looted the youth with colorful performances. People flocked to the cast.
There were no party flags and banners
However, the flag banner of the party was not seen in this mahapanchayat. But in the mahapanchayat that took place with the tricolor flag, farmers also put a plow mark. Also, people of no party other than the office bearers of Congress were seen. District cabinet minister Parasadi Lal Meena and Women and Child Development Minister Mamta Bhupesh not attending the mahapanchayat was a matter of discussion.