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Sunday, November 21, 2021

Agriculture law gone, now whom will SP make as an electoral weapon? This is Akhilesh's new plan to conquer UP

After the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's return of all three agricultural laws, the Samajwadi Party has made a strategy to air other issues of farmers in the electoral fray. The SP is mainly preparing to take an aggressive stand on the central government and the BJP for enacting a law on the Minimum Support Price (MSP). SP chief Akhilesh Yadav will make every effort to garner the sympathy of farmers through issues like purchase of produce, shortage of urea-DAP, hike in diesel-petrol prices, inflation in his public meetings and rallies. Assembly elections are proposed in UP next year.

The SP strategists have decided to keep the political temperature of Uttar Pradesh warm with regard to the above demands of the farmers. Due to which BJP could not be successful in taking political advantage of it. SP leaders believe that the central government is anti-farmer and it will not make a law on MSP, because in this case, the arhtiyas, traders-corporate world will suffer and farmers will benefit. In seven decades, all governments have been hesitating to enact a law on MSP.

SP's MLC and National Spokesperson Sunil Singh Sajan told 'Hindustan' that farmers will not fall under the guise of BJP. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made many promises including Rs 15 lakh, two crore jobs every year, doubling the income of farmers, which have not been fulfilled till date. That's why people and farmers do not trust him.

Sajan feared that the central government would not make a law on MSP and the SP would now take this fight forward. The corporate sector has invested heavily in agricultural infrastructure such as private mandis, warehouses, private railway lines, etc. Therefore, the central government will try to bring black agriculture law in a new form.