Farmers withdraw Parliament march on 29 November, unions meeting again on 4 December

The United Kisan Morcha (SKM) on Saturday announced the withdrawal of the proposed daily tractor march to Parliament during the winter session. The farmer leaders have decided to meet again on December 4. The SKM, an umbrella body of farmer groups, had earlier announced that 500 farmers would participate in a peaceful tractor march to Parliament every day during the entire winter session starting November 29. Tractor marches remain undecided even after Kisan Prime. PM Narendra Modi had announced the repeal of agricultural laws due to protests by farmer bodies on the borders of Delhi. (parliament march dismiss)

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Farmer’s protest continues till the demands are met by the Center

In a surprise move, PM Modi had announced on 19 November that three bills would be withdrawn in the upcoming winter session of Parliament. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday November 24 approved ‘The Farm Laws Repeal Bill, 2021′ to repeal three controversial agriculture laws passed by Parliament last year. Ashok Dhawale, president of the All India Kisan Sabha, an umbrella body of farmers’ unions, reiterated on Friday that the farmers’ protest would continue till the demands were met by the Centre. Dhawale told ANI that the United Kisan Morcha (SKM) has organized protests in various places. State to celebrate the first anniversary of the farmers’ movement. The winter session of Parliament will begin from November 29, the Center should act on the Minimum Support (MSP).

Government does not want to talk on MSP ( parliament march dismiss)

Earlier, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait had said that farmer leaders have written to the central government alleging that the government does not want to talk about the Minimum Support Price (MSP). The Government of India had not spoken to us since the last meeting on 22nd January. Now they have decided to repeal the laws. But our issues remain, including MSP compensation of 700 dead farmers and martyr memorials. The government should form a committee to resolve other issues like electricity amendment bill, pesticide bill and so on. Meanwhile, farmers organized rallies and protests across the country to mark a year-long agitation on 26 November. The SKM welcomed the stand taken by the government but said it would wait for the announcement to take effect through proper parliamentary procedures. (parliament march dismiss)

Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an India-based Entrepreneur. He is the Founder of Successful Startups like Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV & Branding Panther. Shivam has done his Master's in Computer Applications.

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