Madhya Pradesh: Case registered under new Farm laws against a trader, who ran away without paying farmers in Bhitarwar, Gwalior after buying paddy from them. Gwalior administration says trader's house has been auctioned to pay the farmers & his fields will be auctioned soon.
While there's protest against reforms, lakhs of farmers are also gathering to express support for bills. Today, thousands of farmers gathered in Gwalior for it: Union Agriculture Minister NarendraSingh Tomar while addressing an ASSOCHAM session via video conferencing (16.12.20)
When attempts are being made to mislead & agitate farmers of Punjab in one corner of the nation, you gathered in Rewa, Sagar, Gwalior, Ujjain & other places to support farm laws by Narendra Modi govt. I thank all of you: Agriculture Minister NS Tomar at Kisan Sammelan in Gwalior
Madhya Pradesh: Farmers from Gwalior rural area says they will march towards Delhi to join the movement tomorrow. “The farmer's organisations have decided to leave for Delhi tomorrow. I urge fellow farmers joining us to carry essential items,” says a farmer. #FarmLaws