Dilli Chalo | Five Left parties extend support to protesting farmers’ call for ‘Bharat Bandh’ on December 8

 The statement is signed by Sitaram Yechury, D. Raja, Dipankar Bhattacharya, Debabrata Biswas, and Manoj Bhattaharya.

December 05, 2020 12:26 pm | Updated 11:57 pm IST - New Delhi

Farmers sitting on protest on new farm law issue at Singhu border in New Delhi on December 4, 2020.

Farmers sitting on protest on new farm law issue at Singhu border in New Delhi on December 4, 2020.

Five Left parties came together to extend support to the farmers’ organisations who have called for a Bharat Bandh on December 8 and have called upon other political parties too to come forward to stand with the farmer’s cause.

“The Left parties condemn the RSS/BJP’s malicious campaign, on preposterous charges, against the struggle of our annadatas to safeguard Indian agriculture and the country’s food security,” the joint statement read.

 The statement is signed by Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary of CPI (M), D Raja, General Secretary of CPI, Dipankar Bhattacharya, General Secretary of CPI (ML), Debabrata Biswas, General Secretary of AIFB and Manoj Bhattaharya, General Secretary of RSP.

Dilli Chalo | Left parties urge cadre to join protesting farmers

"The Left parties support the farmers demand for the scrapping of the three Agri laws and the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2020.

“The Left parties appeal to all other political parties and forces who stand with the farmers cause and have demanded the repeal of these laws to extend their support and cooperation to the December 8 bandh call,” the statement added.

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