Farmer outfits in Karnataka have termed for a State-vast bandh on Monday (September 28) protesting the APMC amendments and land reforms Act.
Around 110 organisations throughout the State have prolonged their support to the Monday’s bandh, claimed Kurubur Shantakumar, President of the Karnataka Cane Growers Association. About 34 farmers, labour and Dalit outfits have been protesting the farm sector reforms in the State above earlier handful of days.
On Saturday, the BJP Government in Karnataka was effective in passing the amendments to APMC Act and the land reforms act in the Assembly. The Karnataka Agricultural Develop Promoting (Regulation and Development) Modification Monthly bill and the Karnataka Land Reforms (Second Modification) Monthly bill were handed in the Assembly on Saturday.
The APMC reforms provides farmers a decision to provide their produce at the farm gates and curtails the powers of the community APMCs, though the amendments to land reforms act liberalises farm land possession.
PTI provides: Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Sunday asserted his government was pro-farmers and sought to brush apart the State-vast bandh termed by different farmers’ outfits.
Assuring that the people can carry on with their working day-to- working day actions normally devoid of any anxiety, the condition government warned versus any shift to forcefully enforce the bandh.
“I experienced termed leaders of farmers organisations and reviewed with them the stand of our government and the wish of the Primary Minister (which) is pro-farmer,” Yediyurappa advised reporters listed here.