Wednesday, 25 January 2012
MASSIVE RALLY OF BJP TOMORROW ON THE PROBLEMS OF LAKHS OF FARMERS OF DELHI
BJP Delhi Pradesh Kisan Morcha will stage a massive rally in Najafgarh tomorrow on the problems being faced by lakhs of villagers of Delhi and warn Delhi Government that it should solve their problems otherwise resign. Former BJP National President Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta, Leader of the Opposition in Delhi State Assembly Prof. Vijay Kumar Malhotra etc. leaders will address the rally.
During the last 104 years the population of the 375 villages of Delhi has increased by five times, but the Congress Government has not extended the Lal Dora area of the villages even by an inch. Congress Government takes the help of bulldozers for crushing the population of the farmers living outside Lal Dora areas due to increase in the number of family members and demolishes their houses. DDA acquires the land of the farmers at dirty cheap rates and benefits by selling the land at the rate of crores of rupees per acre, but the DDA is not concerned about the problems of the farmers.
Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta has demanded that it should immediately improve the condition of all the farmers, villages and the rural areas of Delhi. The farmers should be given all the basic amenities like filtered water, sewer system, community centres, schools, hospitals, public transport, play grounds, industries, employment, women & child welfare facilities, universities, medical college etc. All the villages should be connected with pucca roads. The villages should also be crime free. Out of the land acquired from the farmers 20% developed land should be given to the farmers so that they may maintain his family with respect. BJP has also demanded pension to the senior citizens.
Kisan Morcha Pradesh President Shri Raj Kumar Ballan has demanded that the 2.81 lakh acre land under farming should be declared green area by the Government and this land should not be acquired in any condition. The farmers owning agricultural land should be provided seed, water, power, fertilizer and equipment. Government should also provide subsidy on the agricultural product and Government agencies should purchase their products so that the farmers may be freed from middlemen and touts.