New Delhi. Even after the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the cabinet meeting to withdraw the three controversial agricultural laws, the agitating farmers are not ready to move out of their places. The farmers have said that they will not withdraw from the movement until the Minimum Support Price (MSP) is enacted. The farmers are also demanding the arrest of Union Minister Ajay Mishra in the Lakhimpur Kheri case. Meanwhile, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has told the strategy for the tractor march to be held till the Parliament on November 29.
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Rakesh Tikait said that he will take out a march in Delhi with 60 tractors and press for legal guarantee of minimum support price. He said that on November 29, a tractor march will be taken out to Parliament. On the allegations of encircling the road, he said- We were accused of blocking the roads. But we didn’t do this. Blocking the roads is not our movement. Significantly, the Prime Minister had announced the withdrawal of all three laws on Friday and on Wednesday the cabinet also approved it.
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However, Tikait, who emerged as the face of the farmers’ movement, said that this time one thousand people will go to Parliament. He said the farmers are waiting for the government’s response on the MSP. He also said that seven and a half hundred farmers have died in the last one year, the government should also take responsibility for that. On the other hand, the United Kisan Morcha has said in a statement that preparations are underway to organize tractor rallies. Thousands of farmers from around Delhi are expected to come and celebrate the partial victory of the movement on 26 November, completing one year.