After reports of Japanese journalists bullet train, why farmers lawsuit against GICA in Japan?

Ahmedabad, 3 April 2020

Considering that Japan’s largest construction project in India is failing, independent media in Japan have started coming to Gujarat to report the bullet train project. Two Japanese prints received quality information from Ahmedabad on a full road from Ahmedabad to Mumbai 4 days ago. Following this, the farmers of Gujarat is planning to file a lawsuit against the Japan International Co-Operation Agency (GICA).

Farmers are protesting against the Modi government seizing land by oppressing the minds of farmers of Gujarat and Maharashtra. They are demanding adequate compensation and similar land against the land. He has been crushing so far down of Modi power. Japan’s largest newspaper is gaining interest. But when the TV of Gujarat does not show all the news of the farmers’ bullet train, Japanese journalists are now searching the truth about Gujarat.

The Yomiuri Shimbun, the newspaper of the Yomiuri Group, Japan’s largest media conglomerate with over 90 million circulation circulation from Japan, to find out why the bullet train project between Ahmedabad and Mumbai has fallen into disrepair. Komine) and Delhi Situation Bureau Chief Tawakir Hussain are meeting farmers in Surat and South Gujarat.

The Japanese government is taking interest in the project and Japanese finance company Zika is investing in it. Construction of the bullet train project was scheduled to begin in 2019. Which was to be completed in 2020. But it has not started yet. Whatever contract has been given, the companies close to the BJP leader and the companies giving the election fund to the BJP have been given their contracts.

However, land acquisition is still confused. The farmers have recently gone to the Supreme Court. The media there have also come out to give a real picture.

Before meeting a Japanese newspaper journalist, he met the President of Gujarat Farmer Society and tried to find out where the bullet train obstacles are and what issues the farmers are protesting and advocating. Later he went to different places and met the farmers whose land was to be acquired. (From the original Gujarati language report, see the Gujarati section of this website for a fault.)