BHUBANESWAR: Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella discussion board of farmer outfits, has determined to carry Krushak Adhikar Yatra throughout Odisha subsequent month to sensitise farmers about their rights and unite them towards the farm legal guidelines.
Later they may even maintain a Krushak Adhikar Rally within the capital metropolis.
Round 14 outfits within the state help the SKM.
The united entrance has carried out a gathering right here on Wednesday to resolve the subsequent plan of action for the farmer motion within the state.
The members agreed for the Yatra within the month of March. It could begin from March 1 and proceed until March 15, sources stated.
Paschim Odisha Krushak Sangathan Samanwaya Samiti (POKSSS) convenor Lingaraj stated they’ll go to villages and inform the farmers in regards to the Centre’s destructive angle in direction of farmers of the nation.
“The farmers ought to know the way the Centre is harassing and ridiculing our mates in Delhi. We are going to proceed our protests towards the contentious farm legal guidelines,” he added.
He stated they’ll maintain conferences at completely different villages and panchayats and make the farmers perceive in regards to the dangerous impact of the newly enacted farm legal guidelines.
Suresh Panigrahy of the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee stated they’ll comply with the order of the SKM and maintain the Krushak Adhikar Yatra to create consciousness among the many farmers towards the farm legal guidelines.
“After this yatra, we’ll stage a Kishan Adhikar Rally at Decrease PMG right here in March this 12 months,” he added.
Seshadev Nanda, state coordinator of Navnirman Krushak Sangathan, stated they’ll begin visiting completely different villages after just a few days.
“The farmers, who had visited Delhi and witnessed the motion personally, will journey village to village and provides the message of the SKM to point out solidarity to the motion. We are going to inform them elaborately in regards to the harmful impact of the farm legal guidelines,” he added.