Ongolese: Organized by heads of farmers from various organizations under United Kisan Morcha. Peasant leaders decided to campaign for Bharat Bandh at Mandal headquarters and in important villages in the district by September 20. Various unions and agricultural workers’ unions obtain popular support for the Bharat Bandh to be held on September 27. Farmer leaders including Vadde Shobhanadeswara Rao, Chanduru Rangarao, Y Keshava Rao, Chanchu Seshaiya, Chittipati Venkateswaralu, D Venkateswaralu, K Uma Maheshwara Rao, Vallamareddy Rajagopal Reddy and others attended the Rang Bhavan meeting on Wednesday.
He said farmers, farm workers and unions are leading the movement against amendments to three laws on agriculture, labor law and electricity law, but customers are suffering and they should also lend their support. . People’s attention is diverted from their basic problems. That is why people from other states are participating in the movement. He mentioned that it is the people of Andhra Pradesh who should participate in the agitation against the government as the state’s farmers only earn an average of Rs 6,990 per month on a loan of Rs 2.45 lakh per person according to NABARD.
He said 92.7% of the state’s farmers are in debt by the same numbers, and those prices reflect the worst condition of the state’s people. Everyone is affected. The leaders advised the people to understand the damage caused by the new laws and the farmers’ struggle and to join the protest in large numbers to make Bharat Bandh a success.
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