Gujarat Bharatiya Kisan Sangh Protests Over Pending Issues Of Farmers Threatens Statewide Blockade
Bharatiya Kisan Sangh Protest: Members of the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh...
Bharatiya Kisan Sangh Protest: Members of the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh protested here on Thursday over the pending issues of farmers in Gujarat. The Indian Farmers Association has made many demands here. Their main demand is that the state government should provide electricity to all farmers at the same rate. Also, farmers with horsepower connections should not be charged more. BKS state president Jagmalbhai Arya said that for the last six months, farmers are agitating on the issue of electricity rates, but the state government is not paying attention to this issue.
Indian Farmers’ Union made this demand
Their demand is that “farmer with one horse power connection is paying Rs 665 annually and Rs 66,500 for consumption of 100 horse power. Farmers having farm electricity connection and meter will get 80 paise per unit for the first five years and 20 With such a fee, a farmer is paying Rs 1,20,000 annually for the same 100 horsepower. This is almost double the price for an unmetered consumer. Same rate to all agricultural consumers But power should be supplied.
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Threatened agitation if demands were not accepted
BKS state president Jagmalbhai Arya has threatened that from August 27, if the government does not decide in a day, the Sangh will start agitation, block roads, call for village bandh and allow MLAs and MPs to enter villages. will prevent it from doing.
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