Social activist Anna Hazare has said that if by the end of January next year the central government does not meet his demands on issues related to farmers, he will go on hunger strike and said that this strike will be his “last protest”. Speaking to reporters in his Ralegaon Siddhi village in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra on Sunday, Anna Hazare said that there have been protests for the cultivators for the last three years, but the government did nothing to resolve the issues is.
83-year-old Anna Hazare said, “The government is only giving empty promises, due to which I have no confidence in the government … Let us see what action the Center takes on my demands.” They have asked for a month, so I have given them till the end of January. If my demands are not met, I will resume my hunger strike. This will be my last protest. “
On 14 December, Hazare wrote a letter to Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar warning of a hunger strike, stating that if MS Swaminathan implemented the committee’s recommendations and gave autonomy to the Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (COSP) If their demands are not accepted, they will go on hunger strike.
Senior BJP leader and former Speaker of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Haribhau Bagde recently met Hazare and informed him about the three agricultural laws introduced by the Center. Let me tell you that Anna Hazare also fasted on 8 December in support of Bharat Bandh called by the farmers’ organizations to demand the repeal of the agricultural laws.