Fateh March on 11th December, all fronts of Punjab ended on 15th
The farmers’ agitation which has been going on for 378 days has been ended. Farmer leader Balbir Rajewal said that the arrogant are going by bowing to the government. However, it is not the end of the front. We have postponed it. On January 15, there will be a meeting of the United Kisan Morcha again. in which the movement will be reviewed. The agitation is over, the farmers have started uprooting the tents on the Singhu border. Apart from this, preparations for the return have also been started. At the same time, 32 farmers organizations of Punjab leading the movement have also made their own program. In which there will be a Fateh March from Delhi to Punjab on December 11. Farmers will leave for Punjab together from Singhu and Tikri border. On 13th December, leaders of 32 organizations of Punjab will pay obeisance at Shri Darbar Sahib in Amritsar. After that, on December 15, the fronts engaged in about 116 places in Punjab will be abolished. 28 farmer organizations of Haryana have also made a separate strategy.
Agreed on these issues
MSP: The Central Government will form a committee, in which representatives of the United Kisan Morcha will be taken. The crops on which MSP is being received at present will continue. The amount of purchases made at MSP will also not be reduced.
Case withdrawal: Haryana and Uttar Pradesh governments have agreed to return the case. The cases registered by the Railways with Delhi and other Union Territories will also be returned immediately.
Compensation: Compensation has also been agreed upon in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. Like the Punjab government, a compensation of 5 lakh will be given here too. More than 700 farmers have died in the farmers’ agitation.
This time the Central Government directly held a meeting with the 5 member High Power Committee of the United Kisan Morcha. High Power Committee members Balbir Rajewal, Gurnam Chaduni, Ashok Dhawale, Yudhveer Singh, and Shivkumar Kakka reached the All India Kisan Sabha office in New Delhi, where officers of the Union Home Ministry also joined through video conferencing. The biggest screw was stuck on the case, which the Center agreed to take back immediately.