On Saturday, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait announced that he would launch a movement against the privatization of public sector banks. He said he would now launch a movement against the Center, citing the central government’s decision to repeal three new agricultural laws introduced in 2020.
The farmer leader said on Twitter on social media, “The bill for privatization of public sector banks is going to be tabled in Parliament on December 7. Rakesh Tikait is one of the leaders in the peasant movement against the three farm laws.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on November 19, 2020 that the Bharatiya Janata Party-led NDA government had decided to repeal three controversial agricultural laws. He also said that the laws were in favor of the farmers but in no way was his government able to convince a section of the farmers.
The Finance Ministry is expected to introduce a bill in the current winter session of Parliament to make necessary changes in the Bank Privatization Act. The Government Think-Tank Policy Commission has selected Central Bank of India and Indian Overseas Bank for investment. It is learned that the banking law amendment bill will be introduced this year. For appropriate amendments to the Banking Companies Acquisition and Transfer of Undertakings Act (Acquisition and Transfer of Undertakings Act) 1980-1960 and amendments to the Banking Regulation Act, 1949.
It may be mentioned that after an important meeting of Kisan Morcha a few days ago, the Center was given 5 names for a committee on MSP government and farmers’ demands and other issues.
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After an important meeting of Kisan Morcha a few days ago, the Center was given 5 names for a committee on MSP government and farmers’ demands and other issues. Farmers leader Darshan Pal said the names of the farmers’ representatives would be decided at the SKM meeting on December 4. “We will discuss the minimum support price of the crop for the committee of the five farmers who have sought names from SKM,” he added. We have not yet decided which names will go. We will take a final decision on December 4.
Rakesh Tikait announced that he would launch a movement against the privatization of public sector banks