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Day after mahapanchayat, Akhilesh backs farm stir | India News – Times of India


AGRA: A day after the Muzaffarnagar mahapanchayat, which hosted a big turnout of protesting farmers from throughout the nation, former UP chief minister and Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav on Monday mentioned his get together “fully supports” the farmers and that the federal government ought to resume negotiations with them.
“The insult to farmers will not be tolerated by the nation. I will back them till the government withdraws the three farm laws,” Yadav mentioned in Agra, the place he was attending a non-public occasion. “Farmers are annadatas (providers of food). The Centre should listen to their demands, respect them and resume the dialogue with them to resolve the crisis.”
At the mahapanchayat, farmer leaders had mentioned they’d use their protest platforms to mobilise assist towards BJP, which is in energy, for the upcoming Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand meeting elections.
“People will vote for change and the transformation will be historical,” Yadav mentioned. His get together will type alliances with smaller ones for 2022, he added.
“The gathering of farmers in western UP and that of teachers in eastern UP (a public meeting of his party’s teachers’ wing which he addressed at Bhadohi) has shown that BJP… will not come back. It is the voice of the people,” he had tweeted earlier.
About his uncle Shivpal Yadav, who broke away and fashioned the Pragatisheel Samajwadi (Lohia) get together, he mentioned the get together “respects him and his associates and the Jaswantnagar seat (which Shivpal has been winning in an unbroken streak since 1996) will be left uncontested.”



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