Activists of the peasant union handed over copies of the three peasant laws on the anniversary of the “Day of the Total Revolution” (Sampurna Kranti Divas), which was founded in 1974 by Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan in Bihar.
The activists, led by the All India Kisan Sangarsh Coordinating Committee Prakasam District Convenor Ch. Ranga Rao, came to Prakasam Bhavan and shouted slogans against the Farm Acts.
“There will be a second ‘movement of total revolution’ if the laws are not repealed,” said General Secretary of the Kisan Sabha District of All India, Vadde Hanuma Reddy.
They also called for legal support for the Minimum Support Price (MSP), as MSP remained elusive for almost all plants.
“We will continue our excitement until our demands are met or until the Narendra Modi government resigns,” added CPI (M) -led tenants’ association chairman P. Hanumantha Rao.