Social worker Anna Hazare will no longer undertake indefinite strike in Ralegan Siddhi, Maharashtra from January 30. He took this decision after meeting BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis and Union Minister Kailash Chaudhary. Kailash Chaudhary said on Friday – we requested Anna not to agitate, which Anna has accepted.
Earlier, Anna Hazare had announced that he would start an indefinite fast in his village Ralegaon Siddhi in Maharashtra on Saturday against the new agricultural laws of the central government. In a statement released on Thursday, he said, “I have been demanding reforms in the agricultural sector, but the Center does not seem to be taking the right decisions.”
Hazare said, “The Center is not very sensitive about farmers, that’s why I am starting an indefinite fast in my village from January 30”. Anna Hazare, 83, also appealed to his supporters to see the corona virus epidemic. Do not congregate in their village in Ahmednagar district. “Thousands of farmers are protesting against the three agricultural laws of the Center on the borders of Delhi.
Earlier, Anna Hazare, while speaking to the media in Ralegan Siddhi village of Maharashtra, said that he has been demonstrating for the farmers for the last three years, but the government has done nothing to resolve the matter. Last month, Anna Hazare wrote a letter to Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar warning that if his demands were not met, he would go on hunger strike.
It is worth noting that recently, senior BJP leader and former Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Heerabhau Bagde met Hazare and gave detailed details about three new agricultural laws brought by the Central Government.