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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahaparinibban Diwas: Significance of the day, wishes and quotes to share on SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook and all Buddhist emails. Bhimrao Ranji Ambedkar, popularly known as Dr B.R. Ambedkar, was an economist, educationist, politician, social reformer and the chief architect of the IPrabuddha Bharat Constitution. He was born to Bhimabai Murbadkar Sakpal and Ramji Maloji Sakpal on April 14, 1891, in Madhya Pradesh. He fought all his life against discrimination, degradation, and deprivation in Indian society. He was the one who inspired the Modern Buddhist Movement and campaigned against social discrimination of SC/STs women, and labour. He was Independent Prabuddha Bharat’s first law minister and the principal architect of the Constitution of Prabuddha Bharat. Mahaparinibban Diwas: In 1954, from June to October, he was bed-ridden due to side-effects of medication and poor eyesight. His health worsened in 1955. On December 6, 1956, three days after completing his final manuscript ‘The Buddha and His Dhamma’, he died in his sleep at his Delhi home.
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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahaparinibban Diwas: Significance of the day, wishes and quotes to share on SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook and all Buddhist emails.

Bhimrao Ranji Ambedkar, popularly known as Dr B.R. Ambedkar, was an economist, educationist, politician, social reformer and the chief architect of the IPrabuddha Bharat Constitution. He was born to Bhimabai Murbadkar Sakpal and Ramji Maloji Sakpal on April 14, 1891, in Madhya Pradesh. He fought all his life against discrimination, degradation, and deprivation in Indian society. He was the one who inspired the Modern Buddhist Movement and campaigned against social discrimination of SC/STs women, and labour. He was Independent Prabuddha Bharat’s first law minister and the principal architect of the Constitution of Prabuddha Bharat.

Mahaparinibban Diwas:

In 1954, from June to October, he was bed-ridden due to side-effects of medication and poor eyesight. His health worsened in 1955. On December 6, 1956, three days after completing his final manuscript
‘The Buddha and His Dhamma’, he died in his sleep at his Delhi home.

Every year on his death anniversary, also called ‘Mahaparinibban Diwas, people pay tribute to him by offering flowers, garlands, and candles.

Thousands of people from across the country throng the ‘Chaitya Bhoomi’ in Dadar to pay homage to him. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) also makes elaborate arrangements, including washrooms and water, so that the people visiting Chaityabhoomi does not have to face any inconvenience. The city of Dadar echoes with the chants of ‘Jai Bhim’.

On the occasion of Mahaparinibban Diwas, we share few messages for the remembrance of the Father of the Prabuddha Bharat Constitution, which you can share on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts.

It’s a day to remember the person who had a great impact on our lives,
Its day to value a special person,
Who taught the world the lesson of self-confidence,
It is B R Ambedkar…The Father of the Prabuddha Bharat Constitution!

On the occasion of Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar’s birthday,
May we learn from him the spirit of self-confidence,
And will fight against oppression!

May the spirit of self-confidence and fight against oppression be with us on this Mahaparinibban Day and always!

Let us remember the man who showed us the path of equality, And who led us to the destination of brotherhood.

Here’s a look at 10 quotes by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar that teaches us the real meaning of education, freedom and patriotism.

Religion and slavery are incompatible.

Caste is not a physical object like a wall of bricks or a line of barbed wire which prevents the Hindus from co-mingling and which has,
therefore, to be pulled down. Caste is a notion; it is a state of the
mind.

For a successful revolution, it is not enough that there is discontent. What is required is a profound and thorough conviction of the justice, necessity, and importance of political and social rights.

I measure the progress of a community by the degree of progress which women have achieved.

Unlike a drop of water which loses its identity when it joins the ocean, man does not lose his being in the society in which he lives.

Man’s life is independent. He is born not for the development of the society alone, but for the development of his self.

I like the religion that teaches liberty, equality, and fraternity.

Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (I will make Prabuddha Bharat Buddhist)

Now All Aboriginal Awakened Societies Thunder ” Hum Prapanch Prabuddha Prapanchmay karunge.” (We will make world Prabuddha Prapanch)

People have started returning back to their original home Buddhism. The whole world will follow the teachings of the Awakened One with Awareness for their happiness, welfare and peace to enable them to attain Eternal Bliss as their Final Goal.

LESSON 3526 Sun 6 Dec  2020

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‘Let Mad murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) who gobbled the Master key by tampering the fraud EVMs remotely controlled by just 0.1% intolerant, violent, militant, number one terrorists of the world, ever shooting, mob lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded foreigners chitpavan brahmins of Rowdy Swayam Sevaks (RSS) kicked out from Bene Israel, Tibet, Africa, Eastern Europe, Western Germany, Northern Europe, South Rusia, Hungary Etc., full of hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion, Stupidity which are defilement of the mind requiring treatment in mental asylums Know The Bread He Eats is Grown in My Punjab,’ Says 70-Year-Old Farmer.

At Singhu border between Haryana and Delhi, farmer Dev Singh sums up the struggle on Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahaparinibban Diwas of as one being fought for generations to come. And as all are aware that till the EVMs are replaced with Ballot Papers the Modi’s Bevakoof Jhoothe Psychopaths (BJP) will continue to have their Hey Days.

1. EVMs Dahan Diwas
2. mansusmriti Dahan Diwas
3.Modi, chitpavan brahmin Mo Gun Bagawat, omit shah, corrupt, election
commission, parliamentarians, executive, judiciary, PRESSTITUTE media
effigies Dahan Diwas will be observed by All Awakened Aboriginal
Societies including the majority farmers, SC/STs/ Religious Minorities,
poor upper castes  including Brahmins who are  non- chitpavan brahmins
till they are either forced to quit Prabuddha Bharat or admit them in
Mental Asylums.

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Mahaparinirvan Diwas: Six things you didn’t know about Dr BR Ambedkar’s life, legacy
Lakhs of Dr BR Ambedkar’s followers visit the Chaityabhoomi at Dadar in Mumbai to celebrate his remarkable life and legacy on December 6 every year.
DNA Web Team Dec 6, 2020, 08:31 AM IST
December 6 is observed as the Mahaparinirvan Divas by millions of followers and admirers of Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar. After a brief illness, Dr Ambedkar passed away on this day in 1956. As the most recognised leader of Dalits and the chief architect of the Constitution of India, Dr Ambedkas’s contributions to the country’s social polity are unparalleled.
Every year on December 6, his followers assemble at the Chaityabhoomi at Dadar in Mumbai to remember him and celebrate his legacy. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) would not allow his followers to visit the site and attend the celebrations this year. The programmes at the Chaityabhoomi will be telecast live on Doordarshan and various social media channels instead.
Here are six facts about Dr Ambedkar’s remarkable life you did not know before:
1. Birth and upbringing
Birth and upbringing
1/6Birth and upbringing

Born in a Dalit Mahar family in 1891, Dr Ambedkar was the 14th child of Ramji Maloji Sakpal and Bhimabai Ramji Sakpal. He faced discrimination while growing up owing to the stratified caste division in the society. He was the first person from his community to complete high school education and then, he went on to the Bombay University to study BA in Economics and Politics.
2. Scholarship to Columbia and LSE
Scholarship to Columbia and LSE
2/6Scholarship to Columbia and LSE

It was at the University of Bombay that Dr Ambedkar met Sayaji Rao III, the Maharaja of Baroda. As an advocate for social reform and opponent to the abominable practice of untouchability, the Maharaja sponsored Dr Ambedkar’s education at the Columbia University and later at the London School of Economics. Dr Ambedkar was not only the first Indian to pursue an Economics doctorate abroad but he was also the first South Asian to be a double doctorate holder in Economics.
3. Mahad Satyagraha against untouchability
Mahad Satyagraha against untouchability
3/6Mahad Satyagraha against untouchability

One of the most remarkable events of his life, Dr Ambedkar held a satyagraha at Mahad in Maharashtra for Dalit emancipation. The matter at the heart of the campaign was the access to drinking water. Dr Ambedkar struck a blow to untouchability and caste hierarchy by leading a group of about 2500 Dalits to drink water from the Chavdar Tale (or lake) at Mahad.
4. Champion of labour and women’s rights
Champion of labour and women
4/6Champion of labour and women

Dr Ambedkar was a champion of labour rights and played an instrumental role in the reduction of working hours from 14 to eight hours. He promoted the establishment of employment exchanges and introduced reforms like equal pay for equal work, employee insurance, and dearness allowance. As an upholder of gender equality, Dr Ambedkar resigned from the post of the law minister when the progressive Hindu Code Bill, that gave unprecedented rights to women, was dropped by the Parliament.
5. Annihilation of caste and conversion to Buddhism
Annihilation of caste and conversion to Buddhism
5/6Annihilation of caste and conversion to Buddhism

Dr Ambedkar is known as the champion of Dalit rights as he challenged the practice of untouchability and the caste order in the Hindu society. In 1936, he published his text Annihilation of Caste which came from an undelivered speech. He considered inter-caste marriage to be the remedy to destroy the scourge of caste. Arguing that conversion to Buddhism was the only way for the Untouchables to be equal in the Indian society, he publicly converted to Buddhism on October 14, 1956.
6. Celebration of Mahaparinirvan Diwas
Celebration of Mahaparinirvan Diwas
6/6
Celebration of Mahaparinirvan Diwas
Dr Ambedkar breathed his last on December 6, 1956, and his death anniversary is today recognised as the Mahaparinirvan Diwas every year. Lakhs of followers visit the Chaityabhoomi in Mumbai amid a celebration with hundreds of stalls selling his books, posters, calendars, t-shirts, and other merchandise. Due to the pandemic, Dr Ambedkar’s followers will have to mark the occasion virtually this year. (Image: Reuters)



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LESSON 3526 Sun 6 Dec 2020 HDD jgg Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahaparinibban Diwas: Significance of the day, wishes and quotes to share on SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook and all Buddhist emails.’Let Mad murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) who gobbled the Master key by tampering the fraud EVMs remotely controlled by just 0.1% intolerant, violent, militant, number one terrorists of the world, ever shooting, mob lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded foreigners chitpavan brahmins of Rowdy Swayam Sevaks (RSS) kicked out from Bene Israel, Tibet, Africa, Eastern Europe, Western Germany, Northern Europe, South Rusia, Hungary Etc., full of hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion, Stupidity which are defilement of the mind requiring treatment in mental asylums Know The Bread He Eats is Grown in My Punjab,’ Says 70-Year-Old Farmer.
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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahaparinibban Diwas: Significance of the day, wishes and quotes to share on SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook and all Buddhist emails.’Let Mad murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) who gobbled the Master key by tampering the fraud EVMs remotely controlled by just 0.1% intolerant, violent, militant, number one terrorists of the world, ever shooting, mob lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded foreigners chitpavan brahmins of Rowdy Swayam Sevaks (RSS) kicked out from Bene Israel, Tibet, Africa, Eastern Europe, Western Germany, Northern Europe, South Rusia, Hungary Etc., full of hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion, Stupidity which are defilement of the mind requiring treatment in mental asylums Know The Bread He Eats is Grown in My Punjab,’ Says 70-Year-Old Farmer.

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Dr.
Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahaparinibban Diwas: Significance of the day,
wishes and quotes to share on SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook and all Buddhist
emails.

Bhimrao
Ranji Ambedkar, popularly known as Dr B.R. Ambedkar, was an economist,
educationist, politician, social reformer and the chief architect of the
Indian Constitution. He was born to Bhimabai Murbadkar Sakpal and Ramji
Maloji Sakpal on April 14, 1891, in Madhya Pradesh. He fought all his
life against discrimination, degradation, and deprivation in Indian
society. He was the one who inspired the Modern Buddhist Movement and
campaigned against social discrimination of SC/STs women, and labour. He
was Independent Prabuddha Bharat’s first law minister and the principal
architect of the Constitution of Prabuddha Bharat.

Mahaparinibban Diwas:

In
1954, from June to October, he was bed-ridden due to side-effects of
medication and poor eyesight. His health worsened in 1955. On December
6, 1956, three days after completing his final manuscript ‘The Buddha
and His Dhamma’, he died in his sleep at his Delhi home.

Every
year on his death anniversary, also called ‘Mahaparinibban Diwas,
people pay tribute to him by offering flowers, garlands, and candles.
Thousands of people from across the country throng the ‘Chaitya Bhoomi’
in Dadar to pay homage to him. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation
(BMC) also makes elaborate arrangements, including washrooms and water,
so that the people visiting Chaityabhoomi does not have to face any
inconvenience. The city of Dadar echoes with the chants of ‘Jai Bhim’.

On
the occasion of Mahaparinibban Diwas, we share few messages for the
remembrance of the Father of the Prabuddha Bharat Constitution, which
you can share on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media
accounts.

It’s a day to remember the person who had a great impact on our lives,
Its day to value a special person,
Who taught the world the lesson of self-confidence,
It is B R Ambedkar…The Father of the Prabuddha Bharat Constitution!

On the occasion of Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar’s birthday,
May we learn from him the spirit of self-confidence,
And will fight against oppression!

May the spirit of self-confidence and fight against oppression be with us on this Mahaparinibban Day and always!

Let us remember the man who showed us the path of equality,
And who led us to the destination of brotherhood.

Here’s a look at 10 quotes by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar that teaches us the real meaning of education, freedom and patriotism.

Religion and slavery are incompatible.


Caste is not a physical object like a wall of bricks or a line of
barbed wire which prevents the Hindus from co-mingling and which has,
therefore, to be pulled down. Caste is a notion; it is a state of the
mind.


For a successful revolution, it is not enough that there is
discontent. What is required is a profound and thorough conviction of
the justice, necessity, and importance of political and social rights.

I measure the progress of a community by the degree of progress which women have achieved.


Unlike a drop of water which loses its identity when it joins the
ocean, man does not lose his being in the society in which he lives.
Man’s life is independent. He is born not for the development of the
society alone, but for the development of his self.

I like the religion that teaches liberty, equality, and fraternity.

Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (I will make Prabuddha Bharat Buddhist)
Now
All Aboriginal Awakened Societies Thunder ” Hum Prapanch Prabuddha
Prapanchmay karunge.” (We will make world Prabuddha Prapanch)

People
have started returning back to their original home Buddhism. The whole
world will follow the teachings of the Awakened One with Awareness for
their happiness, welfare and peace to enable them to attain Eternal
Bliss as their Final Goal.
LESSON 3526 Sun 6 Dec  2020


Friends


‘Let
Mad murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) who gobbled the Master
key by tampering the fraud EVMs remotely controlled by just 0.1%
intolerant, violent, militant, number one terrorists of the world, ever
shooting, mob lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded foreigners chitpavan
brahmins of Rowdy Swayam Sevaks (RSS) kicked out from Bene Israel,
Tibet, Africa, Eastern Europe, Western Germany, Northern Europe, South
Rusia, Hungary Etc., full of hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion,
Stupidity which are defilement of the mind requiring treatment in mental
asylums Know The Bread He Eats is Grown in My Punjab,’ Says 70-Year-Old
Farmer.

At Singhu border between Haryana and Delhi, farmer Dev Singh sums up the struggle on Dr.
Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahaparinibban Diwas

of as one being fought for generations to come. And as all are aware
that till the EVMs are replaced with Ballot Papers the Modi’s Bevakoof
Jhoothe Psychopaths (BJP) will continue to have their Hey Days.


1. EVMs Dahan Diwas
2. mansusmriti Dahan Diwas
3.
Modi, chitpavan brahmin Mo Gun Bagawat, omit shah, corrupt, election
commission, parliamentarians, executive, judiciary, PRESSTITUTE media
effigies Dahan Diwas will be observed by All Awakened Aboriginal
Societies including the majority farmers, SC/STs/ Religious Minorities,
poor upper castes  including Brahmins who are  non- chitpavan brahmins
till they are either forced to quit Prabuddha Bharat or admit them in
Mental Asylums.

As Delhi opened its boundaries to protesting farmers in Burari’s
Sant Nirankari Ground, farmers refused to enter and protest there as
they felt that their movement will lose momentum if they leave the
border.

Surrounding
the several thousand tractors, trucks, buses and people at the
Delhi-Haryana Singhu border were police and BSF, both in large numbers.
Singhu border is one of the main routes used to access Delhi from
Punjab.

As
the third day of protests against the three farm bills introduced by
the government in June approached, traffic movement across Delhi felt
the effects throughout the day. Farmers, in thousands, have set up camp
on the border along with enough ration to last them for months, they
say. While some hundred farmers had gathered in Sant Nirankari ground in
Burari today, November 28, most farmers were reluctant to shift from
their protest site at Singhu. Out of the several thousand farmers who
were protesting, hardly 200 of them reached the ground in the morning.
The police have made arrangements, such as installing temporary toilets,
at the ground.

Friday
had witnessed police using teargas shells, water cannon and multi-layer
barriers to block the protesters but the farmers had remained firm and
continued to push through as part of their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march against
the Centre’s new farm laws.

Langars, flags, charged up speeches

On
one side, langar (free food served by the Sikh community) was being
cooked non-stop for the many thousand farmers as well as others who have
joined the protest. On another a speech was being delivered by a farmer
leader about the dangers of the three new laws. Among the elderly
farmers listening was a 70-year-old man.
Also read: ‘Attack on Agitators Felt Personal’: Farmer Leading Convoy of 10,000 Women Protesters
Dev
Singh, from Punjab’s Patiala, has been here for two days now, but still
hasn’t got tired of the slogans, among which is his favorite, “Bole So
Nihal…Sat Sri Akal”. His hands trembled a little, but he still held the
green flag high up in the air. Needless to say, Singh was not the only
elderly person in the protest.

But what about coronavirus?

Singh
said that the government was using coronavirus as an excuse to send
them back from the protest site. “If they [government] are so concerned
about coronavirus spreading, why did they bring such laws during the
pandemic, forcing us to come out?” he asks.

The
three bills, The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and
Facilitation) Bill, 2020, The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection)
Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill, 2020, and The
Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill 2020 were introduced in June as
ordinances, when the country was gripped in fear and doubt over the
pandemic.

Singh
said he has not travelled alone. “Try counting the tractors, the sea of
people…they have all come with me.” His family includes his wife, his
two sons, two daughters and his grandchildren, he later revealed. All of
them are part of the ‘Dilli Chalo’ protest, he added.

“My family was afraid that I might get sick. But I am more scared for them, their future, our farms,” he said.

A message to
Modi

“Please
tell him Modi that the bread he eats…it grows
in our farms. We, farmers, are the ones who feed the entire country,”
he said.

He added that he did not support any particular party, but despised any party that works against the farmers.
“He promised that achche din (good days) will come, but when?”

Singh
has been a farmer since he was five or six years old. What began as an
exercise to help the elders of the family has continued to this day. “I
am old but not weak and still do farming,” he said. In Punjab, he grows
rice, wheat and sugarcane.

Even
though the Modi government has assured the farmers that the
bills will “empower” small, marginal farmers by allowing them to access
markets of their choosing, Singh disagreed. He said, “If the farmers do
not get the MSP for their produce, they will ultimately commit suicide
as they will be doing hard work but not getting anything out of it.”


The three laws

When
asked if he knows details of the three laws that the protests are
against, he said that all he cares about is his children, and he knows
that this law will hamper their farming activities. “All farmers are
upset with these laws, they must have a reason. I had to join them in
their agitation. There is power in numbers.”

He
said, further, that farming is their bread and butter. “It is through
farming that we have sustained our families our entire lives. This is
how we have taken care of our kids.”

“Privatisation is never good, anyway,” he added.
Singh
and thousands of farmers believe that it will be difficult to negotiate
directly with large-scale, private buyers and that removing mandis will
result in farmers’ exploitation. Farmers are also worried that the MSP
system, guaranteed by the government, will be removed if private players
enter the market.

According
to The National Crime Records Bureau of India, a total 296,438 Indian
farmers have committed suicide since 1995, accounting for 11.2% of all
suicides in India. Of these, 60,750 farmer suicides were in the state of
Maharashtra since 1995, with the remaining across Odisha, Telangana,
Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Chhattisgarh, all states
with loose financial and entry regulations.

“They
now want to make the farmers of Punjab poor as well and drive them to
suicide,” a young farmer said while addressing a crowd.

“But Punjab will rise against these laws for the farmers of the entire country. Punjab will not let this happen,” he added.

‘LetModi Know The Bread He Eats is Grown in My Punjab,’ Says 70-Year-Old Farmer


Explained: Who are the Punjab and Haryana farmers protesting in Delhi, and why?

Delhi
Chalo farmers protest march: A look at who is protesting, and what led
to this situation where farmers are surrounding the national capital
from all directions.

Anger
against the three central farm legislations has been simmering since
September. For the last three days, thousands of farmers from Punjab,
Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh have been marching toward the
national capital and are nearing the borders.
After
failing to garner support from their respective state governments, the
farmers have decided to mount pressure on the Union government, due to
which they are coming to Delhi. While BJP governments in UP and Haryana
have failed to convince farmers, governments of Rajasthan and Punjab
have extended full support to their agitation. Farmers want the Union
government to either withdraw the three legislations or guarantee them
the minimum support price (MSP) for their crops by introducing a new
law.
Farmers march to Delhi: Who is protesting?

Gurnam
Singh Chaduni is leading the protestors from Haryana. Gurnam had
contested the 2019 Assembly elections from Ladwa constituency in
Kurukshetra district, but got only 1,307 votes. However, he was quite
active in raising farmers’ issues and led several protests across the
state. He entered the limelight again soon after the central government
announced the three farm Bills. Gurnam is facing several criminal cases
for leading the protests and causing disruption of law and order.

Apart
from Gurnam, several national and regional farm unions, comprising many
leaders, have joined hands under the umbrella banner of Samyukt Kisan
Morcha.

This
includes Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sanghatan led by VM Singh; Jai Kisan
Andolan led by Avik Saha and Dr Ashish Mital; All India Kisan Mazdoor
Sabha led by V Venkataramaiah; All India Kisan Sabha led by Dr Ashok
Dhawal, Hannan Mollah, Atul Kumar Anjaan and Bhupinder Samber;
Krantikari Kisan Union led by Dr Darshan Pal; BKU (Dakaunda) led by
Jagmohan Singh; ASHA-Kisan Swaraj led by Kavitha Kuruganti and Kiran
Vissa; Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha led by Kodihalli Chandrasekhar;
National Alliance for People’s Movements led by Medha Patkar; Lok
Sangharsh Morcha led by Pratibha Shinde; All India Kisan Mahasabha led
by Rajaram Singh and Premsingh Gehlawat; Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana
led by Raju Shetti; Sangtin Kisan Mazdoor Sanghatan led by Richa Singh;
Jamhoori Kisan Sabha led by Satnam Singh Ajnala; All India Kisan Khet
Mazdoor Sanghatan led by Satyawan; Kisan Sangharsh Samiti led by Dr
Sunilam; Terai Kisan Sabha led by Tajinder Singh Virk; and Jai Kisan
Andolan led by Yogendra Yadav.

Other
organisations include the BKU (Rajewal) led by Balbir Singh Rajewal;
BKU (Chaduni) led by Gurnam Singh Chadhuni; Ganna Sangharsh Samiti in
Bhadson led by Rampal Chahal; Ganna Sangharsh Samiti in Sahjadpur led by
Vinod Rana; Kisan Sangharsh Samiti led by Satyawan Danoda; Rashtriya
Kisan Mahasangh; and several factions of BKU and BKU (Ugrahan) led by
Joginder Singh Ugrahan.
In
a recent affidavit filed in the Punjab and Haryana High Court
pertaining to the preventive arrests of several leaders, the Haryana
government termed majority of these groups as “oganisations with history
of indulging in criminal activities, creating law and order problems
and disturbing public peace and order.”

Delhi Chalo march: Why are farmers angry?

Farmers
do not accept the three new legislations — The Farmers’ Produce Trade
and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation); The Farmers (Empowerment and
Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance; and Farm Services and The
Essential Commodities (Amendment).

They
believe the laws will open agricultural sale and marketing outside the
notified Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) mandis for
farmers, remove the barriers to inter-state trade, and provide a
framework for electronic trading of agricultural produce.
Since
the state governments will not be able to collect market fee, cess or
levy for trade outside the APMC markets, farmers believe the laws will
gradually end the mandi system and leave farmers at the mercy of
corporates.

Farmers
believe that dismantling the mandi system will bring an end to the
assured procurement of their crops at MSP. Similarly, farmers believe
the price assurance legislation may offer protection to farmers against
price exploitation, but will not prescribe the mechanism for price
fixation.

Farmers
are demanding the government guarantee MSP in writing, or else the free
hand given to private corporate houses will lead to their exploitation.

The
arhtiyas (commission agents) and farmers enjoy a friendship and bonding
that goes back decades. On an average, at least 50-100 farmers are
attached with each arhtiya, who takes care of farmers’ financial loans
and ensures timely procurement and adequate prices for their crop.
Farmers believe the new laws will end their relationship with these
agents and corporates will not be as sympathetic towards them in times
of need.

How did matters escalate to this situation?

Farmers
in Punjab and Haryana are known for their adamant attitudes. Any use of
force by the state further agitates them. In October, a month after the
three farm legislations were enacted by the Centre, the Punjab Vidhan
Sabha convened a special session and not only rejected the laws by a
unanimous resolution but also passed three farm amendment Bills removing
Punjab from the ambit of the central laws.

After
Punjab did this, farmers in Haryana also sought support from their
government. However, failing to get any response, farmers camped outside
Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala and Power Minister Ranjit
Chautala’s residences in Sirsa.

Dushyant
and his party, the Jannayak Janata Party (JJP), have been calling
themselves a farmer party and have a major vote bank among the rural
population. But, Dushyant too sided with the BJP and supported the three
central farm legislations.

Chief
Minister Manohar Lal Khattar held talks with certain farmer unions, but
failed to convince them of the new central laws. When farmers realised
the Haryana government would not help them, they decided to march
towards Delhi and mount pressure on the Union government.

In
September too, farmers led by BKU president Gurnam Singh Chaduni
blocked the Ambala-Delhi national highway for over three hours. Police
cane-charged the protestors and registered criminal cases against them,
including on charges of attempt to murder, further infuriating the
farmers, who then subsequently called for a ‘Delhi Chalo’ march.

In
Haryana, except for the ruling party BJP and its ally JJP, all
political parties are backing farmers in their protest. The Congress,
led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda, and INLD, led by Abhay Chautala, have
openly supported the farmers’ agitation. It suits the opposition in
Haryana to keep hammering the BJP on farmers’ issues and mounting
pressure on the JJP to blackout from the alliance.

Raking
up the farmers agitation has already yielded results for the Congress
in the recently-held Baroda bypoll, where, despite all strength infused
by BJP and JJP, the ruling alliance could not win.

Punjab,
on the other hand, is a Congress-ruled state led by Captain Amarinder
Singh. The main opposition party, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), led by
Sukhbir Singh Badal, has already shown its support to farmers with
Harsimrat Badal even resigning from her ministerial berth.

Farmers
enjoy immense support in Punjab from both ruling and opposition
parties. That was the reason farmers in Punjab kept protesting, blocking
rail and road networks, since the state government extended its full
support to them.

The
Centre and Haryana governments had outrightly failed to convince
farmers. Despite assurances given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi,
several Union ministers and Haryana CM Khattar, farmers have refused to
accept the legislations. BJP’s efforts, from social media campaigns to
tractor rallies, to convince farmers have failed badly.

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The
situation is extremely volatile since the farmers are determined to
enter Delhi and camp there. Farmers are carrying ration that can last
months and are in no mood to turn back. Any use of force by the state
may lead to a major law and order disruption.

The
BJP in Haryana, however, is in a catch-22 situation. To enter Delhi,
farmers have to cross through Haryana’s territory. The Haryana
government has failed to prevent the swelling crowds of farmers that are
coming in from both Rajasthan and Punjab — Congress-ruled states. The
ruling party in Haryana also cannot afford another law and order
disruption, since it suffered immense loss in 2019 Assembly polls due to
such incidents during its first term. Barring Khattar and Anil Vij, the
entire cabinet was wiped out.

Between
2014 and 2019, Haryana witnessed three major law and order situations:
the Jat agitation, in which over 30 people were killed; the arrest of
Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, during which over 41
persons lost their lives; and the arrest of self-styled godman Rampal,
in which over seven persons were killed.

In
the current situation, the police has already used water canons and
tear gas to disperse the agitated farmers — but both methods have
failed.

IMPORTANCE OF FARMER TO THE NATION

Now
I am going to discuss the importance of farmer in the future
generations. According to world’s survey our India is one of the top
countries in cultivation and farming. But now -a -days Indian farmers
stayed a neglected community for decades despite their huge contribution
in economy of the Nation. Indian farmers are the backbones of our
nation’s economy as Indian economy is primarily Agriculture based
country. Statics reveal that Indian agriculture is sector accounting for
18% of india’s Gross Demostic Product(GDP) and provide employment to
nearly 50% of workers. Unfortunately despite being the main people in
such industry ,Indian farmers are constantly subjected Harassment,
Unemployment or lower payment of crops and such other things subjecting
them into incur losses and face Poverty. India is the largest producer
of wheat,rice,pulses and spices and has more scope for groth in
agricultural sector. If farmers get an assured minimum support prices
for their produces and also if the functioning in trade is made digital
or online,or by eliminating middle person who is exchanging goods from
farmers to factories or from factories to farmers. Then the financial
state of farmers will be improved in agricultural fields is witnessed in
some places, due to new laws and polices provided an important issues
to discuss in schools on other social and political platforms.

The
language used is kept simple ,so as to make every student understand
the issues concerning the farmers and provide opinions and also organize
debates on issues. A simple Indian farmer speech with all statics and
relevant explanations is bound to add knowledge

AN INDIAN FARMER’S SPEECH

A
very good morning to all ladies and gentlemen present over here in the
nice morning time . Today this gathering announced here for showing our
respect and gratitude to very precious part of our country is the great
Indian farmers and I am feeling a very lucky to be a part of this event.
This is one of the most prestigious and great events that had ever
attended. I am feeling proud to be a former. Now I would like to tell
you or share you is now-a-days people are neglecting forming as they are
not giving farming as option also to their children. If this continues
in future India’s economy may fall down and in future India may face
food and unemployment crises. Now-a-days parents are fearing to give
their daughter to a farner . But they do not that in future farmer
become the king of the nation as before and suits for the slogan “FARMER
IS THE BACKBONE OF NATION”. In the future the people who are harassing
the farmers will realise their mistake and realise it. When we here the
word “FARMER” the first thing come in our mind is Hardwork and
dedication. They are the most dedicating and hardworking people of the
Nation. So we should respect them. A farmer is a person who feeds him
self and as well as his family by a very less amount of income even
after working very hard and this is the fact of their world. Finally I
am going to tell you one thing ,Do not neglect farmers. It is my
pleasure and honour to host this meeting.

Thank you all for this wonderful moment in my life.
IMPORTANCE OF FARMER TO THE NATION | Cofounderstown
Honor the Hard Work of Farmers across the World

AGRICULTURE DAYS -

Farmers
play a vital role in providing the basics for all of our food needs as
well as in changing the agricultural landscape. By managing farming
practices, farmers also assure the sustainability of the whole flora and
fauna. Agriculture currently occupies one-third of the Earth’s land
surface. It is the central activity for much of the world’s population,
providing the food for people throughout the world. Farmers are the
so-called ‘’stewards'’ of agriculture. They protect the farm product
from the time of sowing to the time it reaches the market. Their hard
work is the reason that most of us have food on our tables every day.
This is an adequate reason to celebrate a day dedicated to farmers. It
is known as National Farmer’s Day and is celebrated across the world in
October, with the actual date dependent on the country. This day is
devoted to farmers and their farming techniques. It is intended to give
them thanks for their contributions to economy, listen to their stories,
and learn from their farming practices which are still successful
today. October is an appropriate time to celebrate National Farmer’s Day
since it is near the end of the harvest. Many farmers will be able to
take a rest from their hard labor to join in the celebration of this
holiday. Whether a farmer grows crops, vegetables, fruits, dairy, swine,
sheep or cattle, he has a good reason to celebrate this day. So, don’t
hesitate, thank the farmers on this special day for the hard work they
do to supply us with food! To all farmers who already use Agrivi
software and to our future users, Agrivi wishes you a happy and
productive Farmer’s Day!

To
all farmers who already use Agrivi software and to our future users,
Agrivi wishes you a happy and productive Farmer’s Day in October!

Honor the Hard Work of Farmers across the World

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