25 leading farmer organizations of the state raised their hands and supported the National Farmers’ Front formed for the “MSP Guarantee Act”,



Farmer Dr. Rajaram Tripathi from the land of Chhattisgarh was the first to oppose all the three agricultural laws, said Chhattisgarh will not lag behind even in the fight for MSP guarantee

Guests were given a unique welcome in Chhattisgarh:
The guests were welcomed on the land of Chhattisgarh with a bouquet of golden paddy earrings symbolizing farmer’s prosperity.
Palwinder Singh Pannu, Harinder Singh Sandhuv Sikh brothers of Sikh organization Gurdwara Committee Raipur also honored the three guests with Sal & Shreefal,

MSP legal guarantee law should be implemented for all crops and all farmers: Sardar VM Singh

In 2018 we had brought private member’s bill for MSP guarantee, now we will get the government to make this law: Raju Shetty Convener Maharashtra

Agriculture grants, loan waivers are not permanent solutions; Correct diagnosis is the guarantee of remunerative prices for the products of the farmers: National Spokesperson Dr. Rajaram Tripathi

Under the joint aegis of the country’s leading farmers, laborers and civil organizations, tomorrow 14-December at Sahu Samaj Auditorium Tikrapara in the capital of Chhattisgarh, 1-one-point demand to all the farmers for all the crops on the subject “Implement the minimum support price legal guarantee”. The convention was organized. Its main speaker was Sardar VM Singh, national president of MSP Guarantee Kisan Morcha, special speaker was Raju Shetty, convenor of Maharashtra and former MP. Aadhaar statement was kept by ‘National Spokesperson’ of MSP Guarantee Kisan Morcha and National Convenor of All India Farmers Federation IIFA, Dr. Rajaram Tripathi. The Mahasammelan was presided over by Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha president and former MLA Dondilohara Janaklal Thakur and coordinated by Tejram Vidrohi, secretary of All India Revolutionary Kisan Sabha and convenor board member of Chhattisgarh Kisan Mazdoor Mahasangh.
* Honorable guests BM Singh, Raju Shetty and national spokesperson Rajaram Tripathi, Janaklal Thakur, who came to the holy land of Chhattisgarh, which is called the rice bowl, were welcomed by senior farmer leaders of the state with beautiful bouquets made of golden paddy earrings* In the next episode of welcoming the guests, Bhai Palwinder Singh Pannu, Bhai Harinder Singh Sandhu and Sikh brothers of Sikh organization Gurdwara Committee Raipur and always in the forefront of farmer’s movements honored all the three guests with shawl and shreefal.

Tuheen, the convenor of the Revolutionary Cultural Forum, formally started the program by singing the song “” ये छत्तीसगढ़ म ग मोर गरीब किसान मन ग लड़त आत हे आदि काल ले ग—- “.
Chief speaker Sardar VM Singh, who came from Delhi in the Krishak Maha-Sammelan, said that the country’s leading farmers’ organizations have unanimously held a one-point meeting in Delhi regarding the demand and struggle for the legal guarantee of the minimum support price for all agricultural produce. Under the program “National MSP Guarantee Kisan Morcha” has been formed. Through this, a wide public campaign is being conducted on the subject that all crops and all farmers can get legal guarantee of minimum support price through seminars and conferences between farmer organizations and farmers across the country.
Raju Shetty said that in 2018 we had brought private member bill for MSP guarantee, now we will get this law made from the government. Bearing this constant loss of Maharashtra agriculture, the farmers are going bankrupt by drowning in debt, and are even committing suicide under compulsion. Its cure should be to make an efficient “MSP Guarantee Law” providing remunerative minimum support price to every farmer for each of his crops, this is the only correct solution.

National Spokesperson Rajaram Tripathi while shouting from the seat of the main speaker of the Mahasammelan said that “minimum support price” is our birthright. The agriculture of the country is now demanding a complete change. The first and essential step in this direction would be to enact an enabling law to guarantee the farmers of the country a fair price for their produce, and it would be appropriate to do this in collaboration with the farmers’ organizations of the country. Tejram Vidrohi said that Dr. Rajaram Tripathi, the son of the land of Chhattisgarh, was the first to tell all the farmer leaders of the country about the shortcomings of the three agricultural laws, and he was the first to shout against these laws. The farmer organizations of Chhattisgarh will not lag behind even in the fight for MSP guarantee.

This campaign has started in full swing across the country. Farmers’ conferences were held in Uttarakhand on Monday. A huge Kisan Sabha was organized in Pune Maharashtra on 1 December in association with Raju Shetty. Today it happened in Chhattisgarh and on December 18, a big meeting of farmers is going to be organized in Dehradun, where farmers’ organizations and lakhs of farmers from all over the country are reaching.
Madan Lal Sahu, State Vice President of All India Revolutionary Kisan Sabha, Gandsingh Thakur, President of District Kisan Sangh Balod, Parasnath Sahu, convenor board member of Chhattisgarh Kisan Mazdoor Mahasangh, Uma Prakash Ojha from Spark organization, Pawan Saxena from Krishak fraternity, participated in this event of Chhattisgarh. Capital affected farmers welfareRupan Chandrakar, president of Sangharsh Samiti Nava Raipur, Shyam Murat Kaushik, convenor of Hum Bharat Ke Log Bilaspur, Raghunandan Sahu, founder of Jago Kisan Kisan Sangathan, Vegendra Sonber, Leelaram Sahu, patron of Chhattisgarh Kisan Union, president Ghanaram Sahu, Krishna Narwal from Kisan Sangathan Bemetara , Progressive Farmers OrganizationRajkumar Gupta, coordinator of Durg, Hemant Tandon, coordinator of All India Revolutionary Kisan Sabha Abhanpur, Palwinder Singh Pannu, Harinder Singh Sandhu from Sikh organization Gurdwara Committee Raipur, Vivek Tripathi from Medicinal Plant Producer Association, Prasad Rao, coordinator of Chhattisgarh Minority Rights Front, OBC organization Raipur to DrIshwardan Asiya, Narayan Pali from Chhattisgarh Welfare Committee Takhatpur, Premdas Mahant from Rashtriya Kisan Sangathan Jajanjgir Champa, Pradeep Pandey presented their views. Various farmer organizations, laborers, social worker organizations, intellectuals of the state participated in the programme. It has been decided that there will be a serious discussion at the village level on why a beneficial minimum support price (MSP) is necessary for every crop and every farmer of the country and how an enabling law can be prepared for it. Committees will soon be formed at the regional and district level to spread the information about the importance of MSP for the farmer and the benefits of its legal guarantee to each and every farmer of the state.

Dr. Rajaram Tripathi,
National Spokesperson
Minimum Support Price Guarantee Act Front


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