Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik on Sunday urged the Centre to not suppress the farmers’ movement but to concentrate to their concerns about the three farm laws passed during the last Monsoon Session of parliament.
I would warn that suppressing any issue within the world isn’t an answer . By pressing, it goes down for a few time, on the other hand it emerges with even bigger force,” the Governor told ANI.
Recalling his journey from the agriculture fields to power corridors, Malik said he understood the explanation for the farmers.
“It is within the interest of the state to seek out a speedy solution to the present issue. I urge the govt to concentrate to their concerns. each side should responsibly engage in talks,” the Meghalaya Governor said.
Showing towards farmers protesting at Delhi’s border area for over two months, Malik said the govt show ‘greatness’ and solve the difficulty keeping the interest of farmers in mind.
The way farmers are lying outside for 60 days, their relations moving back and forth between Delhi and their homes, the household work is stopped. The farmers haven’t any sense of surety. the govt has its own compulsions, but the government’s role is on top. the govt has everything in its hands. It should solve this issue by showing greatness, and therefore the interest of the farmer should be solved keeping the interest of farming in mind,” he stated.
Meanwhile, Malik took a robust exception to the violence that happened on January 26 in Delhi during farmers’ tractor rally and said he’s confident that those that violated law and order during tractor rally weren’t farmers.
“On January 26, there have been miscreants involved in violence. By and enormous farmers protest has been quiet that day. Farmers endured everything, they suffered, and that they aren’t furious. I don’t want to place them therein category. i will be able to ask them to barter with intelligence with the govt ,” he added.
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