New Delhi. The United Kisan Morcha has postponed the tractor march to Parliament on November 29. An important meeting of the United Kisan Morcha was held on this issue on Saturday, in which this decision was taken. In this meeting, the farmers decided to postpone the tractor march and also put forward six new proposals in front of the central government. The farmers said that after seeing the reaction of the government on these, the further decision would be taken on December 4. Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait bluntly said that the agitation will not end before the law of guaranteeing the Minimum Support Price (MSP) is made.
After the meeting held on Saturday, farmer leader Darshan Pal said in the press conference – We will hold the next meeting on December 4. The government has promised us that on November 29, the laws will be repealed in Parliament. We had written a letter to the Prime Minister, in which we had made many demands. He said- We had demanded that the cases registered against the farmers should be quashed. MSP should be guaranteed. The farmers who were martyred in this movement should be given compensation. The stubble and electricity bill should also be canceled.
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Darshanpal further said- We will wait for the Prime Minister’s letter till December 4. After that we will announce the next course of action. It is worth mentioning that the farmers had earlier announced that a batch of five hundred farmers would take tractors to Parliament every day from the first day of the Parliament session starting from November 29. However, on November 19 itself, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of all three controversial laws and appealed to the farmers to return home. But the farmers have announced to stick to the agitation till the other demands are met.
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Meanwhile, there is news that the government will present a bill in Parliament on Monday to withdraw all the three agriculture laws. After the bill is passed by both the houses of Parliament and the President’s assent, the process of getting the three laws back will take three days. However, there is no guarantee that the farmers will return home after ending the agitation even after the bill to repeal the three laws is passed by the Parliament.