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Hundreds Of Farmers Gathered In The Mahapanchayat On The Border Of Delhi

Rakesh Tikait, the main face of the movement, is still adamant. Tikait said that until a law guaranteeing MSP comes. The families of the killed farmers do not get compensation, they will not back down.

Farmer movement completes one year today

Farmers gathered in large numbers at Ghazipur, Singh, and Tikri borders on completion of one year of protests against agricultural laws. In Haryana’s Bahadurgarh, farmers organized ‘Kisan Mahapanchayat’ on the first anniversary of protest against three agricultural laws. Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said on this occasion. Government is not ready for talks. There is no plan to end the agitation without talks with the government.

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What is the demand of farmers now?

In a special conversation with ABP News, Rakesh Tikait said. Until a law guaranteeing MSP comes. The families of the farmers killed in the movement do not get compensation, they will not back down. The responsibility of 750 farmers died, the guarantee law on MSP, Ajay Teni, and the cases against the farmers, the government should answer these four questions. It is our demand that a guarantee law should be made on MSP. Do you know why Delhi Police has put up barricades? We will take out a tractor rally, on November 29, 30 tractors will go from here.

Tributes paid to farmers killed during agitation at many places in Punjab

The farmers are adamant about the demand to make MSP a law. Apart from this, there is also a demand not to take action against the farmers for pollution. In view of the gathering of farmers, Delhi Police has claimed to have adequate security arrangements.

Farmers arrived by tractors from Uttarakhand

A large batch of farmers from Uttarakhand has reached the Ghazipur border by tractors. Apart from this, BKU officials have also arrived from districts like Ghaziabad, Meerut, Bulandshahr, Hapur, Muzaffarnagar, Baghpat, Noida, etc. of western UP.

This movement started with the call of ‘Delhi Chalo’

This movement started on 26 November 2020 with a call called ‘Delhi Chalo’. Against the three laws, farmers of many states including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana were moving towards Delhi on foot. When they stopped them at the borders, they sat there. According to the United Kisan Morcha, 683 farmers have died in this movement so far. On the first anniversary of the movement, the United Kisan Morcha (SKM) has called an important meeting of the front on the Singhu border on Friday. It will also discuss the upcoming movement.

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