On the pending demands of the farmers, a letter sent by the government under the signature of the Agriculture Secretary. After that, the United Kisan Morcha held a meeting.
The farmers’ movement that has been going on for a year is now over
The United Kisan Morcha has announced this. Earlier, the front held a long meeting, after which a decision taken on returning home. Farmer leader Balveer Rajewal said that we are going back after bowing down to the government. He told that on January 15, there will be another meeting of the Kisan Morcha, in which further strategy will be discussed. After the announcement of the return of farmers, farmers will return from the Delhi border on December 11.
Tents started to be removed from the Singhu-Kondli border
Farmers standing on the borders of Delhi have also started preparing for ‘Ghar Wapsi’. The farmers who stuck on the Singhu-Kondli border for the last year are now returning. Farmers have started uprooting their tents built on the border. Have started placing tarpaulins, bedding in trucks-tractors Farmers say that the government has accepted their demands, so now they are returning.
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What about the government’s proposal?
Sources associated with the United Kisan Morcha told. In the new proposal sent by the government, the committee will be formed by the government on MSP. It has agreed to include members of the United Kisan Morcha in it. Along with this, the government has also written this in the proposal. The governments of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Haryana have agreed to immediately withdraw the cases registered against farmers. In Delhi also the cases registered against the farmers will be withdrawn.
Farmers have been standing on the border of Delhi since November 26 last year
The government had passed three agriculture laws in September last year. Farmers are standing against this on the Singhu, Tikri, and Ghazipur borders of Delhi since November 26 last year. The farmers were adamant about the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. After which on November 19 this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. All three agricultural laws were withdrawn. However, the farmers were adamant on many more demands including the law on MSP. Regarding which the government has shown a soft stand.