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Troubled by Reliance miscreants, knocks on court door, says nothing to do with agriculture law

GB’s mobile towers have been targeted in Punjab for the past few days in protest of agricultural laws. Now Reliance Industries Limited, its subsidiary Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited has filed an application in the Punjab and Haryana High Court for immediate intervention of the government authorities. Earlier, the agency had written to Punjab Chief Minister Capt Aminder Singh and Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta seeking their intervention.

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It has nothing to do with the three agricultural laws

Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) through its subsidiary Geo Infocomm in an application filed in the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday said that the three new agri-law companies have no affiliation and no benefit. Arrived. To clarify its position, Reliance told the court that neither Reliance Industries Limited, Reliance Retail Limited (RRL), Reliance Geo Infocomm Limited (RJIL) and any other company affiliated with Reliance conducts or conducts contract farming. Either the company has no plans to enter this business.

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Commit to empowerment

Reliance described the farmer who was fed to 1.3 billion Indians as a donor and expressed his commitment to the prosperity and empowerment of the farmer. To dispel misconceptions among farmers, Reliance told the court that they and their suppliers would insist on purchases from farmers only on the basis of support price (MSP) or fixed government price. So that the farmer gets the best price for his produce

Clarity on contract farming

For corporate or contract farming, Reliance or Reliance’s subsidiary did not buy any land directly or indirectly in Haryana / Punjab or any other part of the country. Nor do we have any plans to do so Reliance further told the court that Reliance Retail is an organized retail company and sells various products of different companies but the company does not buy food grains directly from farmers and the company is not involved in long term purchase agreements with farmers. .

Demanded an immediate end to the sabotage

In a petition filed in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Reliance has asked the government to immediately stop the sabotage of miscreants. The petition said that the sabotage and violent actions taken by the miscreants have endangered the lives of thousands of Reliance-affiliated employees, as well as disrupted the day-to-day operations of critical communication infrastructure, sales and service outlets in Punjab and Haryana.

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Reliance has alleged that these miscreants are being incited for sabotage due to vested interests. The peasant movement has been subjected to relentless, corrupt and hateful propaganda against Reliance. The sole purpose of associating Reliance’s name with agricultural law is to damage our business and tarnish our reputation.

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