New Delhi. The United Kisan Morcha alleged on Monday that Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has insulted the farmers by saying that only three gathering laws will not be withdrawn by gathering crowds. The Morcha issued a statement saying that the present demonstration is the result of "deep unhappiness" and anger which has been allowed by the government to flourish in the minds of the farmers. Tomar reiterated on Sunday that the Center is ready to hold talks with farmers protesting against the new agricultural laws. At the same time, he said that laws do not come back only by gathering the crowd.
Morcha said in a statement, "Today the farmer is getting support from all sides, national and international. The protesters are not just crowds, they are our feeders, thanks to all those involved in the government because of which we are alive. "The statement further said," The party in power took votes from this crowd and our farmers Such a derogatory attitude towards "is reprehensible." It also said that Tomar insulted the peasant movement by saying that gathering the crowds would not bring back the laws.