Rakesh Tikait said – If the government accepts our demands before January 26, then we will end the movement, otherwise…
New Delhi | Kisan Andolan: Even after the decision to withdraw the Agriculture Act, the farmers sitting on the borders of Delhi have said a new thing about their movement. Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has said that, if the central government accepts our demands before January 26, then we will leave from here. Otherwise our performance will continue as before. He said that on November 29, tractors will travel towards Parliament House through a rally and these tractors will pass through the same roads which have been opened by the government.
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Kisan Andolan: The central government may have withdrawn all three agriculture laws, but farmers want the central government to bring a law to give constitutional guarantee of minimum support price on crops. The MSP and the death of 700 farmers also remain our issue. The government should also talk about this.
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Let us tell you that, realizing the pain of the farmers sitting on the movement for a year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced to withdraw all the three agricultural laws and said that, I want to apologize to the countrymen and say that there is no one in our penance. There would be a shortage. We could not convince some farmer brothers. The constitutional process to withdraw all the three agricultural laws will be started by the end of this month. But the farmers are still in no mood to end their agitation.
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