Despite Prime Minister Modi’s announcement, farmer’s organizations refused to withdraw the agitation immediately. Regarding the return of the farmer’s movement, farmers leader said only one issue has been reduced and all other issues remain.
Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait slams government said, “On November 29, 60 tractors will head to Parliament in Delhi as a part of a tractor march. Tractors will through the roads which have been opened by the government.
Tikait said, “We are accused of keeping the roads blocked. We didn’t close the road. Our movement is to talk to the government.”
Farmer leaders have said that on November 29, the predetermined program of holding tractor rally till Parliament will be with its own fixed time and process.
Union Kisan Morcha has decided that an open letter will be written to the government to make MSP a law. In this, there will also be demands for making a law regarding stubble and a law regarding electricity.
The farmers say that whatever has already been decided in the movement, it will continue. The government has announced the withdrawal of three agricultural laws, but the farmer’s agitation will continue until they are completely returned in the Parliament and a concrete decision is taken on the rest of our demands.
On November 19, Prime Minister Modi announced the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws and also assured to form a committee on other issues including MSP.