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US supports Farm Laws says It'll improve efficiency of markets

The State Department of America has commented on the Farmers Protest. A spokesman for the department said on Thursday that the United States considers peaceful protest an identity of democracy.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 4 Feb 2021 4:05 AM GMT

US supports Farm Laws says Itll improve efficiency of markets
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New Delhi: The US has supported India's new agricultural laws. The US said it welcomed such steps that would 'improve the efficiency' of Indian markets and attract more private sector investment. Reacting to the ongoing Kisan Andolan in India, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the United States believes that peaceful protest is the hallmark of any thriving democracy. Conversation is the only solution.

US supports Peaceful protest of farmers:

According to the news reports, the spokesperson of the department said on Thursday that America considers peaceful protest as the identity of democracy. The Supreme Court of India has also supported peaceful protests. We encourage differences to resolve through dialogue. The spokesman said that the US welcomes such steps that will improve the condition of India's markets and attract more investment in the private sector.

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US backs farm laws:

The farmers have been protesting against the three agricultural laws on the borders of Delhi since 26 November. These laws include the Farmers Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, Price Assurance and Agricultural Services Act 2020 and Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.

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Actually, farmers are agitating against three agricultural laws. In particular, a large number of farmers stuck on the borders of Delhi, the capital of the country. In view of this, a notice issued to Twitter on behalf of the central government. It says that Twitter will have to follow the instructions of the government. Else action will be taken.

“Twitter cannot sit as an appellate authority over the satisfaction of the authorities about its potential impact on derailing public order. It is only an intermediary,” the notice said.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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