In a unanimous resolution passed Indian National overseas Congress, USA (INOC.USA) appeals to the Prime Minister of India not to tamper with the current law covering the Land acquisition but rather retain the spirit and letter of the 2013 act that was passed with consensus by all political parties that include BJP.
The plight of farmers and landowners all over India has drawn the deep anguish and sympathy of all Indians including those living abroad and INOC stands in solidarity with the suffering farmers of India in their rights to protect their prized possessions.
INOC.USA is in full sympathy and in solid support of their concerns and demands, stands solidly behind the farmers in protesting against the proposed action by the Modi Government so that their means of livelihood is not tampered with and remains reasonably assured and protected.This is yet another of the many activities taken up by the Modi government that causes more damage and harm than good to the lower working class people and disproportionately benefit the rich and the powerful.
INOC.USA therefore strongly protests and demands that no action be taken to amend the existing land acquisition laws so that equity and justice continues to prevail.
INOC.USA has further delivered a letter to the Consulate-General of India by a delegation led by George Abraham, Chairman, Juned Qazi, President, Harbachan Singh, Secretary General and Mohinder Singh Gilzian Sr. Vice-President, Jasvir Singh Nawanshahr, Executive Committee Member, Haresh Thakur, Executive Committee Member, U.A. Naseer, Secretary, Kerala Chapter, T.J.Gill, President, Punjab Chapter, Krishna Chaitanya, New Jersey Chapter, Mahesh Patel, New Jersey Chapter and several other members.
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