New Delhi. After the passage of the bill to withdraw the disputed agricultural laws from both the houses of Parliament, now preparations have started to end the farmers’ movement. However, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait said on Monday that farmers are still stuck on the agitation and a further decision on the agitation will be taken on December 4. But on the other hand 32 Jathedaris of Punjab, who were involved in the agitation, have met on Monday itself and said that now the agitation will end as now the law is back and there is no reason to continue it.
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On Monday, a meeting of 32 organizations of Punjab was held on the border of Delhi, in which it has been agreed to withdraw the movement. However, the final decision will be taken on December 1. The emergency meeting of the 42-member committee of the United Kisan Morcha formed to decide will now be held on December 1. Earlier it was to be held on December 4. Punjab’s farmer leader Harmeet Qadian said- We have won. Now we have no excuse. The seal of the United Kisan Morcha is yet to be taken on the return home.
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Qadian said – Agriculture laws have been withdrawn in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Farmers have been evicted from the stubble and electricity law. Our victory is complete. The demands for which we had come, have been decided. He said- The government has talked about forming a committee on MSP. For that, the central government has been given one day’s time. In this, representatives of farmers will be taken or not and in how much time they will take a decision? Everything should be clear on these things.
After the meeting held on Monday, Qadian said- Earlier, Union Ministers Narendra Tomar and Piyush Goyal had made announcements on our demands. We want Prime Minister Narendra Modi to announce it in Parliament. He said- We are also demanding compensation to the martyr farmers. Cases registered against farmers in Chandigarh, Delhi, Haryana and elsewhere should be withdrawn. The government is completely bowed down and going ahead with our demands.