Sambhal SP Chakresh Mishra has said that now a new notice will be sent to the farmers. SDM Deepender Yadav said on Thursday, “We had received a report from the Hyatt Nagar police station that some people were instigating the farmers and there was a possibility of disturbing the peace.” He told that in the report of the station president it was said that these people were banned with a bond of Rs 50,000 each. He informed that notices have been issued in this case under Section 111 of CrPC. On the basis of the report submitted by the police (against any person suspected of disturbing the peace), the magistrate can give such an order.
‘Fighting for the right’
Among the six farmers who were given notice, besides Rajpal Singh Yadav, District President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (real) Sambhal, Jayveer Singh, Brahmachari Yadav, Satendra Yadav, Roudas and Veer Singh Shamil. Yadav said, ‘We will not fill these bonds under any condition, whether we get jail or even hanged. We have not committed any crime, we are fighting for our right.read this also:- West Bengal: Mamata government jerked on shock, 4 resignations in TMC so far
Appeal of Agriculture Minister
Meanwhile, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has written a letter to the farmers in the midst of the demonstrations of the farmers on the Delhi border. In this paper, the Minister of Agriculture has enumerated the benefits of agricultural reform laws. Along with this, he has also spoken of spreading confusion by some of the farmers who are agitating. The Agriculture Minister has written in his letter that he himself is a farmer and understands the challenges of farming. He has said that the Modi government has been making efforts to empower farmers for the last six years.