New Delhi: Indian farmers have demanded that the minimum support price be extended to all crops after Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of agricultural laws.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, farmers in India have been protesting for several months against the agricultural laws imposed by Narendra Modi, as a result of which Prime Minister Modi had to announce the withdrawal of agricultural laws, despite the farmers’ protest movement. to be continued.

This time, the farmers staged a protest rally demanding extension of minimum support price to all crops after the announcement of withdrawal of agricultural laws.

The rally was held in Lucknow, the capital of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, and was attended by thousands of farmers, who demanded that minimum support prices be set for other agricultural commodities, such as rice and wheat.

During the rally, the farmers demanded the resignation of Federal Minister for Home Affairs Ajay Mishra, whose son had trampled to death four farmers participating in the rally.

Farmer leader Joginder Singh says the PM’s announcement will come true when we ourselves see the decision to withdraw agricultural laws in the official gazette.

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